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Handbook Of Local Government Fiscal Health

Handbook Of Local Government Fiscal Health

ISBN 9780763792305
Edition 1
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
Chapter 1: Introduction by Eric Scorsone, Helisse Levine, and Jonathan Justice Part One: Fiscal Health and Sustainability Concepts and Measures Chapter 2: Assessing the Financial Condition of Local Governments: What is Financial Condition and How is it Measured? Chapter 3: Local Government Fiscal Stress and its Measurement in Theory and Practice Part Two: Financial Reporting and Modeling Chapter 4: The Development of External Financial Reporting and Its Relationship to the Assessment of Fiscal Health and Stress Chapter 5: Long-Term Forecasting Part Three: Pensions and Other Postemployment Benefits Chapter 6: Postemployment Benefits and Fiscal Analysis Chapter 7: Sustainable Approaches to Retiree Benefits: Options and Implementation for Program Design and Financing Part Four: Revenue Elasticity and Adequacy Chapter 8: Public-Finance and Fiscal-Federalism Perspectives on Local Government Revenue Bases and Fiscal Sustainability Chapter 9: Understanding and Measuring Revenue Elasticity, Volatility, and Implications for Local Government Fiscal Health Part Five: Business Cycle, Bubbles, and Reserve Funds: Cutback Management Chapter 10: Fiscal Stress and Cutback Management amongst State and Local Governments: What Have We Learned and What Remains to Be Learned? Chapter 11: A Framework for Deciphering and Managing the Fiscal Environment Chapter 12: Fiscal Slack, Reserves, and Rainy-Day Funds Chapter 13: Managing Investments and Investment Risks Part Six: Intergovernmental and Institutional Considerations Chapter 14: Local Government Fiscal Health: An Intergovernmental Perspective Chapter 15: Monitoring the Fiscal Health of America's Cities Chapter 16: Measuring the Impacts of TELs on Municipal Financial Conditions Chapter 17: The Defragmentation of Authority: A Consolidation Approach to Public Service Delivery Part Seven: Debt Capacity, Management, and Policy Chapter 18: Measurin and Monitoring Debt Capacity and Affordability: Market and Nonmarket-Based Models Chapter 19: State Fiscal Constraints on Local Government Borrowing: Effects on Scale and Cost Chapter 20: Good Debt, Gone Bad: The 2008'2009 Crisis in Municipal Debt Markets
Overview
Chapter 1: Introduction by Eric Scorsone, Helisse Levine, and Jonathan Justice Part One: Fiscal Health and Sustainability Concepts and Measures Chapter 2: Assessing the Financial Condition of Local Governments: What is Financial Condition and How is it Measured? Chapter 3: Local Government Fiscal Stress and its Measurement in Theory and Practice Part Two: Financial Reporting and Modeling Chapter 4: The Development of External Financial Reporting and Its Relationship to the Assessment of Fiscal Health and Stress Chapter 5: Long-Term Forecasting Part Three: Pensions and Other Postemployment Benefits Chapter 6: Postemployment Benefits and Fiscal Analysis Chapter 7: Sustainable Approaches to Retiree Benefits: Options and Implementation for Program Design and Financing Part Four: Revenue Elasticity and Adequacy Chapter 8: Public-Finance and Fiscal-Federalism Perspectives on Local Government Revenue Bases and Fiscal Sustainability Chapter 9: Understanding and Measuring Revenue Elasticity, Volatility, and Implications for Local Government Fiscal Health Part Five: Business Cycle, Bubbles, and Reserve Funds: Cutback Management Chapter 10: Fiscal Stress and Cutback Management amongst State and Local Governments: What Have We Learned and What Remains to Be Learned? Chapter 11: A Framework for Deciphering and Managing the Fiscal Environment Chapter 12: Fiscal Slack, Reserves, and Rainy-Day Funds Chapter 13: Managing Investments and Investment Risks Part Six: Intergovernmental and Institutional Considerations Chapter 14: Local Government Fiscal Health: An Intergovernmental Perspective Chapter 15: Monitoring the Fiscal Health of America's Cities Chapter 16: Measuring the Impacts of TELs on Municipal Financial Conditions Chapter 17: The Defragmentation of Authority: A Consolidation Approach to Public Service Delivery Part Seven: Debt Capacity, Management, and Policy Chapter 18: Measurin and Monitoring Debt Capacity and Affordability: Market and Nonmarket-Based Models Chapter 19: State Fiscal Constraints on Local Government Borrowing: Effects on Scale and Cost Chapter 20: Good Debt, Gone Bad: The 2008'2009 Crisis in Municipal Debt Markets

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