Abstract: This paper explores the financial implications of fiscal decentralization policies on the central government’s operating budget in Kenya. In many cases, local services (e.g. health clinics) were started locally to be maintained and operated by the central government.
Author(s): Bagaka, Obuya
Source(s): , MPRA paper; 11813 42 p., ill., graphs, tabs MPRA paper 11813
Published: 2008 Munich personal RePEc archive (MPRA), Munich (English