from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The fiscal treatment of a matter.
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Everyone I know who looks at this professionally wants to uncouple land use decisions from fiscal decisions and reduce what is called the fiscalization of land use.
The fiscalization of the crisis story -- the insistence, in the teeth of the evidence, that it was about excessive public borrowing -- has become an article of faith on both sides of the Atlantic.
“For participative and responsive legislation in the Sangguniang Panlalawigan demands the unity of opposing views and we believe that such level of unity can be better achieved if there is an effective constructive fiscalization.”
I've complained a lot about the "fiscalization" of economic discourse here in America, the way in which a premature focus on budget deficits turned Washington's attention away from the ongoing jobs disaster.
Dependence on sales tax from retail, and user fees on new development, is called "the fiscalization of land use," and it discourages policies that restrict growth or encourage high-density and in-fill development.
Representatives of local governments throughout Southern California came before the state commission studying revenue strategies to urge proposals that would lessen the fiscalization of land use -- the incenties for cities to make land use decisions for revenue uinstead of good planning.