El impuesto territorial en Chile ¿descentraliza y desconcentra?

Antonio Daher


Structural changes in the Chilean economy over the past years and its very heterogenous territorial impact are expressed in the State re-appraisal of 1990 that, updated in 1993, can verify that 56% of the national under appraisal is located in the Metropolitan Region, and one third of the country’s total under-appraisal is found in the East part of Santiago, thus making evident a quite unequal social and tax situation. The central thesis of article in which both the decentralizing effect of territorial tax -due do its contribution to municipal financing-, as well as its disconcerting effect -since it is redistributed among communities of diffening incomes and regions- are weakened by the existence of numerous implicit subsidies and tacit socio-territorial transfers associated to a tax base that is inert when met by the dissimilar economic dynamisms of the regions.


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Daher, A. (1995). El impuesto territorial en Chile ¿descentraliza y desconcentra?. Revista EURE - Revista de Estudios Urbano Regionales, 21(64). Recuperado de https://www.eure.cl/index.php/eure/article/view/1150
Daher, Antonio. "El impuesto territorial en Chile ¿descentraliza y desconcentra?." Revista EURE - Revista de Estudios Urbano Regionales [Online], 21.64 (1995): s. p. Web. 27 nov. 2021