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4 edition of The State-Local Fiscal Relationship in California found in the catalog.

The State-Local Fiscal Relationship in California

A Changing Balance of Power

by J. Fred Silva

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Public Policy Institute of California .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public Finance,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • California,
  • Fiscal policy,
  • Intergovernmental fiscal relat,
  • Intergovernmental fiscal relations,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12284218M
    ISBN 101582130205
    ISBN 109781582130200

      The tension over mandates, reimbursements and suspensions is a friction point in the complex and often acrimonious state-local fiscal relationship. “This is an opportune time in our state’s history to develop a new framework that fairly distributes costs, provides reliable funding and encourages continuous improvement,” said Jim Mayer. Managing Budgets During Fiscal Stress Lessons for Local Government Officials. • Improve the state/local relationship to reduce episodic, convulsive impacts on local public finance. This report focuses on how California cities have managed the fiscal stress that overwhelmed.

    Forty-four states and the District of Columbia levy corporate income taxes. Ohio, Nevada, Texas, and Washington tax corporate gross receipts. South Dakota and Wyoming had no corporate income tax or gross receipts tax in How Much Revenue Do State and Local Governments Raise from Corporate. California State and Local Government: An Overview, Perspectives, & Politics offers a thorough introduction to California state, regional, and local government. The book covers all core areas of government—the executive, legislative, and judicial branches—as well as California’s historical development, political parties, campaigns and elections, state finances and budget process Price: $

    California Strategies' network of relationships and length of service on both the executive and legislative branches in the Capitol makes it the unchallenged leader in engaging local governments and agencies with their counterparts and Sacramento and in crafting plans that suit the particular requirements of . Fiscal Constraints and the Loss Of Home Rule: The Long-Term Impacts of California's Post-Proposition 13 Fiscal Regime January The American Review of Public Administration


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The State-Local Fiscal Relationship in California by J. Fred Silva Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Friction between California's state and local governments has shaped fiscal policy and conflicts throughout the century. In The State-Local Fiscal Relationship in California: A Changing Balance of Power, J.

Fred Silva and Elisa Barbour place such conflicts in a useful historical : J. Fred Silva. Get this from a library. Tension & ambiguity: a legislative guide to recent efforts to reform California's state-local fiscal relationship.

[Candace M Carpenter; California. Legislature. Senate. Committee on. PPIC (Silva,Barbour):The State-Local Fiscal Relationship() Speaker’s Commission on State & Local Finance () Commission on Governance for the 21st Century () Legislative Analyst’s Office: “Reconsidering AB8” () California State Association of Counties (CSAC) () League of California Cities Fiscal Reform Task Force ().

CALIFORNIA’S STATE-LOCAL FISCAL RELATIONSHIP – A report by the Senate Local Government Committee. The report describes the historical background, major issues, recent reform proposals, and legislation. It also includes several appendices regarding fiscal reform and the Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund (ERAF).

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The recent tax framework proposes eliminating. State-local relations. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Local government; Metropolitan government; Municipal government; State governments; Narrower t. Reports of declining revenue systems may sometimes be exaggerated, however.

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economic policy and performance in the s, during which the United States enjoyed its longest peacetime expansion. Notwithstanding the buoyant growth and declines in inflation, the economy experienced low savings, current account deficits, swings in the dollar exchange rate, and structural problems--relating to the.Its work has included state pension studies, reports on rainy day funds and revenue volatility, and a focus on the state-local fiscal relationship.

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