Presentations

Georgia’s ESPLOST: Review of Trends and Policy Implications

Posted On October 30, 2017
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Nick Warner, Ross Rubenstein and Youngwan Son presented “Georgia’s Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for Education: Review of Trends and Policy Implications” during the September 2017 Association for Budgeting and Financial Management conference. The presentation focused on ESPLOST finding inequities, debt levels, and whether ESPLOST has had an effect on the condition of school… more »

Presentation: Revenue Forecasting Practices — Volcker Alliance (Updated)

Posted On October 24, 2017
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Emily Franklin, a CSLF public finance fellow, presented her  research on revenue forecasting — done in partnership with the Volcker Alliance — during the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management conference in September 2017. The presentation, “Revenue Forecasting Practices: Accuracy, Transparency and Political Acceptance” has been updated from March 2017 to reflect additional findings

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A Briefing on Georgia’s Budget: The Big Picture (Updated)

Posted On January 18, 2017
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Carolyn Bourdeaux, director of the Center for State and Local Finance, presented an update to an earlier budget presentation on Jan. 18, 2017 at the Atlanta Economics Club. This presentation provided an overview of the Georgia budget by addressing structural revenue dilemmas, current economic constraints, areas of concern in the state’s expenditures, and other forces affecting the state budget. It also adds information about Gov. Nathan Deal’s fiscal year 2018 budget proposal.

Grading the Candidates’ Tax Plans: What Will Clinton and Trump Do for You?

Posted On October 13, 2016
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On Oct. 13, 2016, CSLF and FRC hosted a special presentation analyzing what Hillary Clinton’s and Donald Trump’s tax plans will mean for you and the U.S. economy. The experts discussed the major features of each presidential candidate’s plan, including changes to personal income tax and corporate tax, implications for federal tax revenue, changes to tax burdens across income groups and more.

Georgia’s Community Improvement Districts (Presentation)

Posted On June 28, 2016
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Lindsay Kuhn, a fellow at the Center for State and Local Finance, presented “Georgia’s Community Improvement Districts” on June 24, 2016, at the Andrew Young School. This presentation focused on highlights from her report of the same name, including discussing the evolution and key characteristics of community improvement districts (CIDs) throughout Georgia. Key stakeholders, such as CID leaders, attended the presentation.

A Briefing on Georgia’s Budget: The Big Picture

Posted On November 12, 2015
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Carolyn Bourdeaux, director of the Center for State and Local Finance, presented “Georgia’s Budget: The Big Picture” on Nov. 12, 2015 at the Andrew Young School. This free lecture provided a high-level overview of the Georgia budget by addressing structural revenue dilemmas, current economic constraints, areas of concern in the state’s expenditures, and other forces affecting the state budget.