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  1. How Alternative Revenue Structures Are Changing Local Government

    Mayo 2010
    Tracy M. Gordon and Kim Rueben

    In this paper, Tracy M. Gordon and Kim Rueben note that the revenue mix for local government changes frequently in response to economic shocks, policy shifts, and technological advances in tax...

  2. The Contribution of Local Sales and Income Taxes to Fiscal Autonomy

    Mayo 2010
    John L. Mikesell

    In this paper, John L. Mikesell analyzes the local sales and income taxes in several U.S. states. As of 2009 the local sales tax is levied in 36 states, constituting over 30 percent of total local...

  3. An Analysis of Alternative Revenue Sources for Local Governments

    Mayo 2010
    David L. Sjoquist and Andrew V. Stephenson

    In this paper, David L. Sjoquist and Andrew V. Stephenson evaluate the property tax, local sales tax, and local income tax using a standard set of criteria, including efficiency, equity, tax base...

  4. Intergovernmental Transfers to Local Governments

    Mayo 2010
    David E. Wildasin

    One often-anticipated solution for closing municipal fiscal gaps is to increase federal and state government transfers to cities. In this paper author, David E. Wildasin, examines this possibility....

  5. Trends in Local Government Revenues

    The Old, the New, and the Future
    Mayo 2010
    J. Edwin Benton

    This paper by J. Edwin Benton examines the response of diverse local fiscal structures in the U.S to economic stress with the aim to determine whether small and large municipalities across regions...

  6. The Effects of Development Impact Fees on Local Fiscal Conditions

    Mayo 2010
    Gregory S. Burge

    In this paper, Gregory S. Burge examines user fees and charges and their direct and indirect fiscal impacts. Among such levies, development impact fees have become most popular in U.S. cities. These...

  7. Homeowners Associations and Their Impact on the Local Public Budget

    Mayo 2010
    Ron Cheung

    The primary objective of homeowners associations (HOAs) is to provide their members with services that supplement the municipal provision. Access to HOA services is restricted to members only. In...

  8. All climate politics is local

    The Boston Globe
    Diciembre 13, 2010
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  9. Report: Local Planners Key to The Intermountain West Coping With Climate Change

    New West
    Febrero 10, 2010
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  10. Lincoln Institute President Gregory K. Ingram named Smith Fellow

    Comunicados de prensa
    Enero 14, 2010


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