David Sjoquist’s August 2016 report, “Employment and Wage Trends in Manufacturing,” received the attention of several Georgia news outlets.
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.
Bart Hildreth, a noted expert in the area of municipal debt and executive director of the National Tax Association, is the lead instructor for this three-day course being held in September. Get details today.
CSLF is in the third year of its executive education program, attracting public finance professionals from Georgia and across the U.S. Check our featured content to see what participants say about our program and public finance.
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Manufacturing jobs are on the decline in Georgia and across the U.S. — a trend largely brought on by a wave of new technology and movement of jobs overseas — and the future does not look much better. Read our new analysis and policy considerations that could turn things around. Author: David Sjoquist.
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David Pendered, of Saporta Report, wrote an article on the Center for State and Local Finance’s study of community improvement districts, or CIDs. The article,… more »