Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships: An International Perspective

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A critical element in the design of governments for Aboriginal peoples is the development of new fiscal relationships with other levels of government. The purpose of this study is to inform such development by investigating and analyzing the experience of other countries facing challenges of relevance to Aboriginal self-government. The paper looks at important principles and best practices, as well as the experience of four countries - Sweden, Denmark, the United Kingdom and Australia.

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