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¿ Por qué algunos municipios en México son mejores recaudadores de impuesto predial que otros?
S Espinosa, J Martínez, C Martell
Gestión y política pública 27 (2), 375-395, 2018
842018
Examining the determinants of police department transparency: The view of police executives
J Chanin, S Espinosa
Criminal Justice Policy Review 27 (5), 498-519, 2016
452016
Unveiling the features of a regulatory system: The institutional grammar of tobacco legislation in Mexico
S Espinosa
International Journal of Public Administration 38 (9), 616-631, 2015
172015
Why Some Municipalities in Mexico are Better Property Tax Collectors than Others?
S Espinosa, J Martínez, C Martell
Gestión y política pública 27 (2), 375-395, 2018
152018
Fiscal governance, information capacity, and subnational capital finance
TT Moldogaziev, S Espinosa, CR Martell
Public Finance Review 46 (6), 974-1001, 2018
122018
Building bond repayment capacity in developing countries: a study on property tax collections and debt affordability in Mexico
S Espinosa, C Martell
International Journal of Public Administration 38 (3), 227-236, 2015
122015
Information resolution and subnational capital markets
CR Martell, TT Moldogaziev, S Espinosa
Oxford University Press, 2021
112021
Where to from Here?
S Espinosa
The US-Mexican Border Environment: Progress and Challenges for …, 2012
10*2012
Mexican Flypaper: Money Sticks Where it Hits... But Every Time?
S Espinosa
Latin American Policy 2 (2), 122-136, 2011
102011
Behavioral public finance and budgeting: new approaches to old questions?
S Espinosa, KA Kriz, JE Yusuf
Public Finance and Management 20 (1), 1-10, 2021
72021
Contextualizing Compliance in the Public Sector: Individual Motivations, Social Processes, and Institutional Design
S Siddiki, S Espinosa, T Heikkila
Routledge, 2018
7*2018
Subnational Bond Market Development: What Drives the Yield Spreads of Mexican Cebures?
S Espinosa
Latin American Policy 4 (2), 306-319, 2013
72013
Regional Development and Cross-BorderInfrastructure Finance: Comparing the Yield-Spread Determinants of Mexican and US Sub-Sovereign Government Bonds
S Espinosa, JO Moreno
The Journal of Structured Finance 20 (1), 64-75, 2014
62014
Building a framework for contextualizing compliance
S Siddiki, T Heikkila, S Espinosa
Contextualizing compliance in the public sector, 1-21, 2018
42018
Mecanismos informales de negociación presupuestal y el impacto de las participaciones en el gasto de los estados: El caso de Baja California, México
P Espinosa
Gestión y política pública 23 (1), 47-78, 2014
42014
On the Feasibility of a Bi-National Bond Financing Mechanism for Strategic Border Infrastructure: Reviewing the US and Mexican Legal Frameworks
S ESpinoSa, JE MoJica
Norteamérica 7 (2), 43-73, 2012
42012
Organizational noncompliance: an interdisciplinary review of social and organizational factors
D Jancsics, S Espinosa, J Carlos
Management Review Quarterly 73 (3), 1273-1301, 2023
32023
The Design and Estimation of a Bi-National Bond to Finance Strategic Infrastructure along the US–Mexico Border
H Sankaran, V Díaz, S Espinosa
The Journal of Structured Finance 19 (2), 71-88, 2013
32013
On bond market development and strategic cross-border infrastructure: highlights of a research agenda on regulatory harmonization
S Espinosa
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, División de Administración …, 2012
22012
Decentralization, budgets, and the challenge of intergovernmental coordination: Lessons from Mexico
SP Espinosa
Comparative public budgeting: A global perspective, 311-328, 2011
22011
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