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  • Author:
    Sally Wallace
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    Edward Elgar Pub (March 1, 2010)
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    278 pages
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Studies in Fiscal Federalism and State-Local Finance)" English ISBN: 1848444249 March 2010 278 pages PDF 4,1 MB. The last few decades have presented a new set of challenges and opportunities for public finances. The economic downturn further constrains state and local governments' options for dealing with national trends.

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The last few decades have presented a new set of challenges and opportunities for public finances. Demographic trends have put substantial pressure on non-discretionary public expenditures such as health care, while legal challenges have put pressure on education financing. The author illustrates how these national trends have also impacted state and local finances - some directly, others indirectly. The economic downturn further constrains state and local governments' options for dealing with national trends. Constituents' sentiment toward the size of government further exacerbates fiscal choices for state and local governments.

In this broad and illuminating volume, experts on public finance discuss innovations in state and local tax policy implemented or considered over the course of the last three decades. The authors provide original work that analyzes whether state and local governments have `gone outside the box' to deal with the strains of current public finances or have gotten along by adhering to the status quo. Well-known scholars in the area of state and local public finance consider actual practices and analyze potential policy changes for the future.

Public policy and public finance scholars and students as well as policy makers will find much of interest in this impressive and original collection.