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「地方創生」は北海道に何をもたらしたか : 道内自治体調査の結果とその分析を通して

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タイトル: 「地方創生」は北海道に何をもたらしたか : 道内自治体調査の結果とその分析を通して
その他のタイトル: Impacts of the Recent 'Local Revitalization Policy' on Local Governments in Hokkaido
著者: 村上, 裕一 著作を一覧する
小磯, 修二 著作を一覧する
関口, 麻奈美 著作を一覧する
キーワード: Local Revitalization Policy
central/local government
intergovernmental relations
grant application
発行日: 2017年 3月31日
出版者: 北海道大学公共政策大学院 = Hokkaido University Public Policy School
誌名: 年報 公共政策学 = Annals, Public Policy Studies
巻: 11
開始ページ: 119
終了ページ: 137
抄録: This paper is one of the first and most comprehensive studies to investigate the meaning of the Abe II administration’s ‘Local Revitalization Policy’ and to review local governments’ reactions in Hokkaido. Based on our survey of all the local governments in Hokkaido during October and November 2016, this paper concludes that the policy has provided a chance for farsighted governments, especially for those experiencing a sharp decline in young people, to realise the emerging problems of a shrinking society and to work on a solution. However, the policy has also been so sudden and almost arbitrary that the local governments’ respective conventional systems were forced to work hard applying for unwieldy grants and following the detailed directions given by the central government. The results of our survey imply that the Central and local governments in Japan share discretion. The Central government maintains discretion in deciding nationwide policies and provides administrative guidance to the respective local governments, whether big or small and rich or poor, allowing them to formulate policies suitable to their own requirements. This is done while maintaining the Central government’s overall policy design through the use of informational, budgetary, and regulatory tools.
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