The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies hosted the first “Next Generation Public Finance Conference” on May 6-7. Invited scholars and foremost experts on public policy and finance from across the U.S. attended and presented at the conference, which showcased topics expected to be front and center in policy debates in the coming decades. Click here to view the conference agenda, papers and photos.
CSLF is hosting two special sessions — in forecasting and cost analysis — over the summer. Cost analysis training takes place Aug. 11-12; the deadline is Aug. 4. Registration for the June forecasting training has closed.
Learn to manage cash resources for your department or government, while maximizing asset returns during our next core training, Treasury and Investment Management. Class dates: July 13-15
Registration is open for a new year of executive education courses. Sign up for a six-course package before July 6 to receive an additional discount. Read a testimonial about our program.
Community improvement districts (CIDs) are an increasingly popular method of promoting economic growth in Georgia, with 25 active CIDs in the state. The comprehensive guide examines the landscape of Georgia’s CIDs, focusing on evolution and key characteristics, as well as providing an in-depth analysis of five select districts.