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“…Consistent with the results in developed countries, health-care and military expenditures were statistically insignificant. Similar findings where higher government spending promotes economic development in developing countries can be found in Asimakopoulos and Karavias (2016); Kim et al (2018); and Di Liddo et al (2018), and probably suggest the existence of Wagner’s Law.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
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“…Consistent with the results in developed countries, health-care and military expenditures were statistically insignificant. Similar findings where higher government spending promotes economic development in developing countries can be found in Asimakopoulos and Karavias (2016); Kim et al (2018); and Di Liddo et al (2018), and probably suggest the existence of Wagner’s Law.…”
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“…While Limi (2005) finds fiscal decentralisation has a positive relationship with economic growth, Carniti's (2019) found an inverted U-shaped relationship between fiscal decentralisation and growth in the OECD, where increasing decentralisation has a positive relationship with growth up to a certain point. Similarly, in a study on the impact of fiscal decentralisation of expenditure in 20 Italian regions, Di Liddo et al (2018) also found an inverted U-shaped relationship. These are similar findings to Barro (1990), Thiessen (2003) and Rodr ıguez-Pose and Ezcurra (2011).…”
Section: The Impact Of Decentralisation On Economic Growthmentioning
“…For example G. Liddo, C. Magazzino, F. Porcelli in their work assess the relationship among government size, decentralization and economic growth in Italian ordinary regions. The result of research provides evidence in support of the existence of an inverted U-shaped relationship between public expenditure and economic growth, that depends on the degree of fiscal decentralization (2). Also, RonyEmmenegger dedicated research to contribute to an inherently political understanding of decentralization, development and their entanglement in local and national politics in rural African societies.…”
Section: Relevance Of the Research Topicmentioning