In 2014, Georgia finally brought in more taxes than it did seven years ago. Still, it ranks among the lowest in taxes per capita. CSLF expert Dr. Carolyn Bourdeaux details the state’s FY 2015 outlook and explains the revenue dilemma.
Research and Training for Next Generation Public Finance
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.
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Financial Management – Investments, Cash Management, and Debt
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Jobs in Georgia’s Urban and Rural Regions, Changes in Distribution, Type, and Quality of Jobs in Georgia Counties from 2000-2012
CSLF Expert and Senior Research Associate, Peter Bluestone, indicates how changes in Georgia’s economy affected employment differently in the state’s urban and rural regions.
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State Government Revenue Recovery from the Great Recession is just released via Sage Publications OnlineFirst: http://slg.sagepub.com/content/early/recent. The article will be soon released in the… more »