Bad debt choices can affect the fiscal health of a jurisdiction for generations. Take Puerto Rico: It has amassed a $72 billion debt, and all… more »
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. Learn More | Our People | News & Events
Starting in July, CSLF will offer six new public finance courses, including leadership. Participants may take individual courses, or complete all six for a Certificate in Public Financial Management.
Registration is now open for CSLF’s next course, Debt Management. It takes place Sept. 16-18 at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. Public sector employees and agencies get a 30 percent discount on tuition.
Want to learn more about our executive education program in public finance? We’ve recorded a webinar presentation that will give you helpful information to consider.
Georgia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped in July to 6 percent, the lowest it has been in seven years. That’s good news for the state, which has had higher unemployment, higher poverty and lower personal income than the nation and other states. Read the CSLF blog.