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LEADERSHIP AND FISCAL IMBALANCES IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT: THE MEDIATION ANALYSIS OF BUDGET INCREMENTALISM
Journal of Public Administration, Finance and Law
Policy, practice, and past research are largely inconclusive on what explains fiscal imbalances in local government. While leadership attributes; political functionality, managerial and technical capacity, and civic participation are often empirically-cited as dominant imbalances predictors, budget incrementalism also features as instrumental to leadership-fiscal imbalances linkages. This study employs situational, managerial, participative, and fiscal imbalances theoretical perspectives todoaj:5cec9f9ce44b4061b68c3f26b0adfd99 fatcat:wwk3r663ivbwtmtbfqtbbq3kpm