Does fiscal decentralization improve health outcomes? evidence from a cross-country analysis / David A. Robalino, Oscar F. Picazo, Albertus Voetberg Robalino, David A

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Robalino, David A
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Decentralization in government - Health aspects - Econometric models.; Infant mortality - Econometric models.; Mortality - Econometric models.
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Greater fiscal decentralization is consistently associated with lower mortality rates. And its positive effects on infant mortality are greater in institutional environments that promote political rights.
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