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Tax expenditure budgets provide a window into intended tax policy. They sort the mixture that adopted tax laws represent by dividing tax structures into provisions that define how revenue is to be raised (tax policy) and provisions that deliver preferences to certain economic entities (budget...
The fiscal crisis encountered by state-local governments since 2008 has again made prominent the issue of how to better prepare for and stabilize expenditures during recessions. Does the stabilization function of government, and its theory, still hold? Previous studies focus on federal and state...
Spurred by the tax and expenditure limitation movement of the late 1970s, user charges have grown to become a major source of revenue for local governments. Both theory and literature propose that a well-designed user-charge structure could reduce spending on the charge-financed services by...
Local public networks can be governed in many different ways. Among scholars as well as among practitioners, there is some debate about the best approach. Based on literature, this article examines the relationship between local public network governance roles, contingency factors, and network...
How do public administrators find information about the problems they confront at work? In particular, how and when do they reach across organizational boundaries to find answers? There are substantial potential obstacles to such searches for answers, especially in a system of decentralized...
Much research has focused on characterizing network management in recent years, yet very few studies have addressed how changes in the organization’s demographic composition might influence public managers’ networking activities. This study uses data from over 500 school districts in Texas to...
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