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Fiscal sweeteners : Did North Carolina lure Dell too much?

Econ Focus , Volume 11 , Issue Spr , Pages 10

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Commentary on \\"states in fiscal distress\\"

Regional Economic Development , Issue Oct , Pages 81-87

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Understanding state budget troubles

FRBSF Economic Letter

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State and local red ink: crisis or opportunity?

An examination of the costs and benefits of cutbacks in federal aid to state and local governments during the 1980s, concluding that less reliance on federal funds may result in long-term benefits.
Economic Commentary , Issue Jul

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Are foundation grant programs a panacea or a problem? (Accountability and education reform, part 3)

Fiscal Facts , Issue Fall , Pages 1-6

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State tax revenue growth and volatility

Macroeconomic conditions and tax structures jointly determine the growth and volatility of state tax revenues. Since a variety of economic conditions exist among states, government policymakers should carefully anticipate and consider the possible impacts of proposed tax reform and revenue enhancements on the long-term growth and volatility of their unique tax revenue portfolios. In the short run, states generally cannot alter the volatility and growth rates of their economies. They can, however, change the composition of their tax portfolios to minimize the effects of the business cycle on ...
Regional Economic Development , Issue Oct , Pages 23-58

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A forum on Medicaid and state budgets: a summary

When it comes to state budgets, the Medicaid program is almost always the proverbial 800-pound gorilla in the room. On March 15, 2007, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Civic Federation co-sponsored a forum to discuss the growing cost of Medicaid and how states are responding.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue May

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Come the devolution, will states be able to respond?

Since the founding of the Republic, Americans have engaged in endless debate about the division of fiscal and regulatory responsibilities among levels of government. The controversy has often involved the concomitant question of the optimal role of government as a whole. The issue has been not only which level of government should do what, but also what government at any level should do.
New England Economic Review , Issue May , Pages 53-73

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State and local governments' reaction to recession

Economic Perspectives , Volume 16 , Issue Mar , Pages 19-27

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F.Y.I. measuring state and local fiscal capacities in the Southeast

Economic Review , Issue Sep , Pages 36-46

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