Global Dialogue International Roundtable: ‘The Practice of Fiscal Federalism: Comparative Perspectives’ and the World Forum on Fiscal Federalism

From left to right on panel: Marcelo Piancastelli (Brazil), Anwar Shah (World Bank Institute), Fernando Rezende (Brazil), Albérico Mascarenhas (Brazil), George Anderson (Forum of Federations), Jorge Lins Freire(Brazil) at the World Forum on Fiscal Federalism. Foreground at right: Raoul Blindenbacher, Forum of Federations

 

Albérico Mascarenhas at the book launch of the Global Dialogue book, ‘Distribution of Powers and Responsibilities in Federal Countries’ at the conference. Mascarenhas was Secretary of Finance for the Brazilian state of Bahia at the time.

George Anderson, President of the Forum of Federations, at the roundtable.

From left to right on panel: Fernando Rezende (Brazil), Professor Ronald L. Watts (Canada), Anwar Shah (World Bank Institute), Fatima Guerreiro (Brazil) at the Global Dialogue International Roundtable: ‘The Practice of Fiscal Federalism: Comparative Perspectives’

 

The Forum of Federations and the Secretariat of Finance of Bahia organized two events on the theme of fiscal federalism: the Global Dialogue International Roundtable: ‘The Practice of Fiscal Federalism: Comparative Perspectives’ and the World Forum on Fiscal Federalism. The World Bank Institute was a special contributor to both events. Supporting these events were Brazilian institutions including Caixa Economica, the Bank of Brazil, the Institute for Applied Economic Research, the National Confederation of Industry, Bradesco and Petrobras. Representatives of 13 countries from five continents spoke at both the roundtable and conference. The Global Dialogue on Federalism is a joint program of the Forum of Federations and the International Association of Centers for Federal Studies.

Read the description and final program of the international roundtable here. Opens in new window

Read the description of the world forum here. Opens in new window

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