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Ethiopia Urbanization Review : Urban Institutions for a Middle-Income Ethiopia

PROJECTS CRITERIA LEGAL FRAMEWORK TAXES GOVERNMENTS LEGAL PROVISION EQUITY CITY SIZE NET LOSSES CAPITAL BUDGETS PERSONAL SAVINGS BANK MATURITIES OWN SOURCE REVENUE WAGE RATES COLLECTIONS LAND PRICES INTERGOVERNMENTAL FINANCE ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING PROPERTY SOCIAL SERVICES SAVINGS LAND VALUE URBAN GOVERNMENTS BLOCK GRANTS LAWS FISCAL CADASTERS BANKS INTEREST RATES LOTTERIES URBANIZATION IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES LABOR FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION SAVING DECENTRALIZATION PROCESS LOCAL GOVERNMENT STRUCTURES MASS TRANSIT NEW ENTRANTS OPERATING COSTS RENTAL HOUSING CAPITAL EXPENDITURES RECURRENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT FINANCE CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT HOUSING RURAL – URBAN MIGRATION INDUSTRY INFLATION PRIVATE HOUSING LAND USE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRANSFERS LABOR MARKETS PUBLIC SERVICES MORTGAGE LOANS TAX REFORM ACCOUNTABILITY LEGISLATION PUBLIC FINANCE STRATEGIES CAPITALS ENTREPRENEURSHIP WATER SUPPLY SERVICES CONSOLIDATION LAND DEVELOPMENT COLLATERALIZATION FULL COST PRICING SUBSIDIES USER CHARGES TELEPHONE SERVICES GOVERNANCE ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS HOUSING PROVISION INSURANCE OPERATING SURPLUS CAPITAL PENALTIES MARKET VALUE ASSET MANAGEMENT CAPITAL BASE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUSINESS TAXES RESOURCE MOBILIZATION ACCOUNTING URBAN HOUSING ENTERPRISES LAND SPECULATION URBAN GROWTH AUTONOMY LAND SUPPLY REVENUE PIT CREDIT REVENUE SOURCES GUARANTEES LOCAL GOVERNMENTS BUDGET MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS SOLID WASTE COLLECTION FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS DEFICITS LOANS EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE RURAL–URBAN MIGRATION MORAL HAZARD CAPITAL GRANTS LARGE CITIES INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFERS ECONOMIES ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS MARKETS BUDGETS PEER REVIEW GRANT ALLOCATION PUBLIC TRANSPORT FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING PROPERTY TAX REFORM DEBT TAXATION STATE PROPERTY COLLECTION SERVICES FISCAL YEAR HOUSING DEMAND INVENTORY LAND PRICING FACTORING CIVIL SERVICE DECENTRALIZATION PRODUCTIVITY INTEREST HEALTH SERVICES URBAN DEVELOPMENT LAND WATER USE EMERGING MARKETS URBAN SERVICES VALUE GRANTS DOWN PAYMENTS ECONOMIES IN TRANSITION PUBLIC EXPENDITURES SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL EMPLOYMENT MANDATES TRANSPORT REVENUE MOBILIZATION MUNICIPALITIES WAGES FINANCING SOURCES FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE MIGRATION BORROWING RISK FINANCE PRICING
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2015-11-17T19:23:08Z | 2015-11-17T19:23:08Z | 2015

The urban population in Ethiopia is increasing rapidly. If managed proactively, urban population growth presents a huge opportunity to shift the structure and location of economic activity from rural agriculture to the larger and more diversified urban industrial and service sectors. If not managed proactively, rapid urban population growth may pose a demographic challenge as cities struggle to provide jobs, infrastructure and services, and housing. The central challenge for the Ethiopian Government is to make sure that cities are attractive places in which to work and live, while fostering smart urbanization. Making urbanization a national priority will accelerate Ethiopia’s progress towards reaching middle-income status. The government has already taken steps to make evidence-based, informed decisions for well-managed urban growth, and this report aims to contribute to those efforts.

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