State and Local Finances under Pressure

State and Local Finances under Pressure

Studies in Fiscal Federalism and State–local Finance series

Edited by David L. Sjoquist

State and Local Finances under Pressure explores the future of state and local government fiscal systems given the numerous pressures they face from economic, legal, technological, demographic and political forces. It explores how these multiple forces play out in terms of the changes state and local governments should and are likely to make.

Chapter 5: Popular processes and the transformation of state and local government finance

Daniel R. Mullins

Subjects: economics and finance, public finance, public sector economics


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