3 edition of Fiscal exploitation of central cities by overlapping governments found in the catalog.
Fiscal exploitation of central cities by overlapping governments
Donald C. Shoup
by Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of California] in [Los Angeles
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Donald C. Shoup and Arthur Rosett.|
|Series||[California. University. University at Los Angeles. Institute of Government and Public Affairs] MR, -135, MR (Los Angeles, Calif.) ;, 135.|
|Contributions||Rosett, Arthur I., 1934- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||AS36.C2 A35 no. 135, HV8145.C2 A35 no. 135|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||79637377|
Circular Depositaries and Financial Agents of the Federal Government (31 CFR ) Circular Treasury’s Approved Listing of Sureties Combined Statement of Receipts, Outlays, and Balances of the United States Government. In fiscal , state and federal aid, a critical revenue source for local governments, declined in 21 of the 29 cities. The reductions, at an average of 6 percent between fiscal and , proved steeper than in any year since the Great Recession began.
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A core urban area of 50, or more people together with adjacent counties with predominantly urban populations and with close ties to the central city. Micropolitan Statistical Area A smaller core urban area of 10,, people with adjacent territory that has a high degree of social economic interconnectedness with the urban core. Using a representative survey of village governments, coupled with a rich secondary data set, it finds institutional and political tensions between villages and their underlying town(s). It also suggests intergovernmental fiscal factors have threatened the organizational and fiscal health of some village governments.
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