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Title Local government budget stabilization : explorations and evidence / Yilin Hou, editor.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2015.

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Series Studies in public budgeting ; 2
Studies in public budgeting (Springer (Firm)) ; 2.
Subject Local finance -- United States.
Local government -- United States.
Alt Name Hou, Yilin,
Description 1 online resource (210 pages) : illustrations.
Contents Introduction and Overview -- Part I: Theoretical Framework -- Budget Stabilization at the Local Level -- Parameters in the Study of Local Government Budget Stabilization -- Part II: Evidence from General and Single Purpose Governments -- Metropolitans: nationwide -- Counties: North Carolina -- Municipalities: Wisconsin -- School districts: New York -- Transportation districts: California -- Part III: Impacts on Financial Management -- Local Savings and State-Local Grants -- Pension systems -- Local Option Sales Tax and Revenue Smoothing -- Part V: Retrospect and Prospect on Counter-Cyclical Fiscal Policy -- Retrospect and Prospect on Counter-Cyclical Fiscal Policy -- Conclusion.
Summary This book is the first comprehensive, full-scale treatment of the politics, law, and economics with regard to the policies and policy instruments for budget stabilization at the local level. It examines budget stabilization in the United States from the 1910s to 2010 (from adoption of public budgeting in this country through the Great Recession). In addition, it provides details on the methods and results of empirical tests of the effects of budget stabilization instruments on government operations, key/basic services provision, and some other aspects of social and economic life at the local level, including full-purpose governments (county, metro city, municipality, township, and village) as well as special (single- ) purpose governments (like school districts and transportation districts). This book dissects an important and pressing issue in public financial administration, analyzes a lesson that has been in the learning process, especially in the United States, and identifies theoretical threads for scholarly refinement, which will be put into specific contexts of policy design and implementation. This book will be of interest to scholars in political science, economics, public choice and in public administration, where it will also appeal to policy-makers.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783319151861 (electronic bk.)
331915186X (electronic bk.)
9783319151854
3319151851
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-15186-1
OCLC # 910513412
Additional Format Print version: Local Government Budget Stabilization 3319151851 (OCoLC)910078646



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