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Gestión y política pública

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SOVILLA, Bruno; SARAGOS LOPEZ, Alfredo  e  MORALES SANCHEZ, Elmar. Contradictions of Fiscal Decentralization in Mexico: The Case of Chiapas. Gest. polít. pública [online]. 2018, vol.27, n.2, pp.397-429. ISSN 1405-1079.

This paper analyses some aspects of Mexican federalism, focusing upon how Chiapas has responded to and been affected by federal policies. Results indicate that Chiapas’s economy is in permanent stagnation, despite increased federal funding received through public finances. The data suggest that during the period under study, there was a nationwide redistribution of income that favored Chiapas as a territory, but was regressive in personal terms. Chiapas’s fiscal dependence and the softening of the budget constraint cause inefficient management of public expenditures, while at the same time Chiapas’s state government asks the federation for more resources rather than pay the political price of increasing local revenues.

Palavras-chave : fiscal federalism; subsidy; distribution.

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