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  1. Causes and Consequences of Fiscal Stress in Michigan Municipal Governments

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Fevereiro 2010
    Mark Skidmore and Eric Scorsone

    Over the last several years Michigan municipalities have experienced significant and ongoing fiscal crises. The purposes of this study are to identify the underlying causes of fiscal hardship, and...

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

    Artigos de Conferências
    Maio 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. The Effects of Development Impact Fees on Local Fiscal Conditions

    Artigos de Conferências
    Maio 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...

  4. Property Tax Limitations and Local Fiscal Conditions

    The Impact of Proposition 2½ in Massachusetts
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Setembro 2010
    Bruce Wallin and Jeffrey Zabel

    In Massachusetts, Proposition 2½ limits local property taxes to 2.5% of assessed value (the “levy ceiling”) and restricts the current limit on property tax revenue (the “levy...

  5. Lincoln Institute headed to Rio de Janeiro for World Urban Forum

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Março 5, 2010
  6. China’s Local Public Finance in Transition

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Novembro 9, 2010
  7. New book details revenue sources for cash-strapped municipalities

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Maio 21, 2010
  8. Beijing center talks address shifting ground for U.S. and China

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Abril 8, 2010
  9. Democracy in action in "The Property Tax and Local Autonomy"

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Abril 9, 2010
  10. Duke economist Thomas Nechyba joins Lincoln Institute board

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Julho 17, 2010

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