According to a recent Brookings Institute report, income inequality in the City of Atlanta is the highest among the 50 cities studied. In our latest report by Lakshmi Pandey, David L. Sjoquist and Laura Wheeler, we find that the story is more complex.
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The Center for State and Local Finance is a collaborative effort of the Andrew Young School’s nationally ranked faculty to provide research on issues affecting the future of state and local public finance and to educate the next generation of leaders in public financial management.
Broaden your knowledge in public finance methods and practices and build the content knowledge and analytic skills to be one of the best in your field through our certificate program.
Complete your certificate in four tracks over three months consisting of six days of classroom instruction provided over two consecutive days per month. Classes are eligible for continuing education (CE) course credits.
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Financial Management – Investments, Cash Management, and Debt
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A presentation by Sally Wallace (GSU Economics Department Chair) to an investment company in Atlanta on May 15, 2014.