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State-local finances in recession and inflation

United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.

State-local finances in recession and inflation

an economic analysis

by United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.

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Published by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- United States,
  • Economic stabilization

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[prepared by John P. Ross and Richard J. Reeder]
    SeriesA ; 70
    ContributionsRoss, John, Reeder, Richard J
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17984129M

      See Appendix C, “The Impact of the Economy on State and Local Budgets: Regression Analysis,” in Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, “State-Local Author: Brent Cebul. The national saving and investment identity provides a useful way to understand the determinants of the trade and current account balance. In a nation’s financial capital market, the quantity of .

    in the federal-state-local fiscal system. 4 Medicaid and K education spending took turns dominating state finances in the s, as Table A shows. Spending on “medical vendor . These questions and more are answered in a new book by Timothy J. Bartik, Making Sense of Incentives: Taming Business Incentives to Promote Prosperity (Upjohn Press, ). The book .

    * From to , inflation-adjusted federal, state and local tax collections per person in the U.S. have ranged from $1, to $15, per year, with a median of $9, and an average . Public finance is the study of the role of the government in the economy. It is the branch of economics that assesses the government revenue and government expenditure of the public .


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The Book of the States Introduction State and local governments have been remaking their finances since the Great Recession, doing less of many traditional activities so that they.

Trends in state/local finances, – State and local expenditures historically have been characterized by overall growth, and by changes in the distribution of spending. In Cited by:   3. What is happening now. Although the Great Recession officially ended in Junethe economy remains in a slump.

Real annual GDP growth was just % in the second Author: Tracy Gordon. Thus, states and localities have on average eclipsed 2 State and Local Budgets and the Great Recession the federal government when it comes to direct spending on goods Author: Tracy Gordon. Tre nds in state/ local finances, 1 ^2 State and local expenditures historically have been characterized by overall growth, and by changes in the distribution of spending.

For the United States as a whole, inflation-adjusted per pupil K–12 spending from state, local and federal sources combined declined by percent between andin. Author of Bankruptcies, defaults, and other local government financial emergencies, Toward a federal infrastructure strategy, Federal mandate relief for state, local, and tribal governments.

It finds that state and local spending outside of medical assistance lost much of its real fiscal value since the last recession of –02, especially when inflation-adjusted Cited by:   Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR) () State-local finances in recession and inflation, Report Washington, DC Google Scholar Bahl RW Author: Yilin Hou.

The Great Recession’s effect on state school finance systems was unlike previous downturns in the early s and early s in that it a) involved a greater loss of taxable income in many Author: Bruce D. Baker. And it lasted much longer than the recession itself. In fact, as my colleague Amanda Page-Hoongrajok points out, inflation-adjusted state and local final expenditure did not return to its.

In general, the focus of economics more big picture in nature, such as how a country, region, or market is performing. Economics also focuses on public policy, while the. State and local finances appear to be in good shape, especially when compared with a few years back. As a result, several states are implementing, or planning, tax cuts.

Much of this Author: Kevin L. Kliesen. The prospects for severe disruption in the event of a recession, then, are dire. And with every indication that the economy may be on the cusp of a recession, that’s cause for Author: Trevor Gerszt. Costs of state-funded services have risen since the recession due to inflation, demographic changes, and rising needs.

For example, there are about million more K students and. Despite rapid growth, state tax revenue in remained below the pre-recession peak, adjusting for inflation and population growth. In other words, state taxes still cannot finance the level of.

This book tells the story of state and local pension plans over the past three decades. The late s and early s is a good place to start. Inthe first Brand: Brookings Institution Press.

Òscar Jordà discusses the genesis of financial crises and their aftermath using the last years of data on 17 industrialized economies.

Recoveries after financial crises tend to be slow. Economic growth was impressive considering the steep recession of ; it was about % a year.

In Reagan's first term in office, the national debt rose to over a trillion. The local squeeze will be felt for years to come.

The nation's ongoing housing crisis and fragile economic recovery, the likelihood of additional cuts in federal and state aid. think we best be getting on with the promise of making America energy just asked OPEC to reduce production by yet another million barrels per .Prologue: As a consequence of the taxpayer's revolt that began in California and spread across the country, sharp cutbacks in federal aid to subnational levels of government, and the .