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Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection - 3rd Floor -- HJ141.H3632 2004
ch4ck availability of print version
Society, State, & Public Finance: Setting the Analytical Stage -- Welfare Economics & Public Finance -- Fiscal Constitutionalism -- Growth in the Real Size of Government since 1970 -- Rules, Politics, & the Normative Analysis of Taxation -- Taxation, Production, & Redistribution -- Public Revenue from Land Rent -- Debt, Money, & Public Finance -- Regulation by Taxation -- Taxation, Black Markets, & Other Unintended Consequences -- Public Enterprise: Retrospective Review & Prospective Theory -- Privatization, Nationalization, & Aspects of Transition -- Social Insurance -- Redistribution, Poor Relief, & the Welfare State -- Economic Analysis & Efficiency in Public Expenditure -- Local Public Finance -- Federalism & Subsidiarity in National and International Contexts -- Fiscal Sociology: What For?
Oxford Handbook of State & Local Government Finance
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection - 3rd Floor -- HJ275.O94 2012
"Section I is a systematic discussion of the institutional, economic, and political framework that provides a background for understanding thestructure and financial performance of the state and local sector. The chapters in Section II provide an overview of the various components of state and local revenue systems and how they reacted to the Great Recession. They analyze the diverse forms of taxes and charges in detail, prescribe remedies and alternatives, and examine the implications for future revenue performance. Chapters in Section III turn to spending, borrowing and financial management in the state and local sector. The focus is on the big six service delivery sectors: education, health care, human services, transportation, pensions, and housing. Section IV is a set of chapters that look ahead and speculate about how the state and local government sector's money-raising, spending, and service delivery structures will adjust to the new circumstances."