Here are the tools for planners in the face of federal cutbacks, high interest rates, and uncertainty regarding the future. This book brings together current methods gained from microeconomic and public choice theory applied directly to local government. Included are basic works in the areas of municipal costs, the incidence of the property tax, capitalization of the property tax, and fiscal federalism. These tools are applied to municipal policy analysis in areas such as budget caps, zoning, development incentives, and cost projection.Rev., June 1973, 63, 280-96. R.M. Bird, aquot;Wagnera#39;s a#39;Lawa#39; of Expanding State Activity, aquot; Publ. Finance, No. 1, 1971, 26, 1-26. T.E. Borcherding and R.T. Deacon, aquot; The Demand for the Services of Non- Federal Governments, aquot; Amer. Econ. Rev., Dec.
|Title||:||Municipal Expenditures, Revenues, and Services|
|Author||:||W. Patrick Beaton|
|Publisher||:||Rutgers Univ Center for Urban - 1983-01-01|