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by I. McLean

eBook The Fiscal Crisis of the United Kingdom (Transforming Government) download ISBN: 1403903662
Author: I. McLean
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2005 edition (April 15, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 250
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Subcategory: Social Sciences

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People in every region think that the system is unfair to them. It recommends a Territorial Grants Commission. IAIN MCLEAN is Professor of Politics at Oxford University and a Fellow of Nuffield College, UK. He has worked on British politics and public policy for over 30 years. He has been a front bench councillor twice.

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Around 80 percent of government efforts to transform fail to meet their . Two examples from the United Kingdom offer powerful illustrations of this need.

Around 80 percent of government efforts to transform fail to meet their objectives, according to a survey of nearly 3,000 public officials across 18 countries that formed part of the study’s evidence base. The study also included insights from 80 transformation cases and from in-depth interviews with 30 leaders who have led transformations in government. And governments often find it difficult to prioritize because of the number of vocal stakeholders, each with their own demands. One government that has overcome such challenges is the Colombian city of Medellín.

The economic history of the United Kingdom relates the economic development in the British Isles from the absorption of Wales into England after 1535 to the early 21st century. During this period there were major changes in the structure of the United Kingdom which are essential features of both its economic development and the interpretation of this.

The system for allocating public expenditure to the nations and regions of the UK has broken down. Money goes to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland by the notorious Barnett formula, but this is collapsing and cannot last long. Money goes to the English regions by poorly-understood formulae that work badly. People in every region think that the system is unfair to them. The Fiscal Crisis of the United Kingdom suggests how the system could be fixed, drawing lessons from Australia and Canada. It recommends a Territorial Grants Commission.