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incidence of grants-in-aid.

Neville Topham

incidence of grants-in-aid.

by Neville Topham

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Published by Dept. of Economics, University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

"Paper presented to Conference on Local Government Finance, arranged by Institute of Fiscal Studies, on 25th January 1982 at Glaziers Hall, London".

SeriesSalford papers in economics -- 82-3
ContributionsUniversity of Salford. Department of Economics.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13778613M

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Although previous researchers have demonstrated the impact of state-adopted merit-aid funding on student decision-making.

The literature on tax incidence is so voluminous that a single chapter on tax incidence has to be highly selective. Chapter 16 focuses on three main issues. focusing on issues related to the estimation of the demand for state incidence of grants-in-aid.

book local services and grants-in-aid. Topics covered include the median voter model, Tiebout bias, the flypaper. Thus, to the extent incidence analysis is an aid to governmental distributional policies, considering the incidence of an entire tax-and-expenditure package appears to be the most useful strategy.

The chapter highlights some of the problems involved with introducing specific expenditure programs into an analysis of incidence. The questions relating to revenue having been thus disposed of, Book V. will deal with the balance of expenditure and receipts, or, in other words, with public treasures and public debts; while the mechanism, administration, and control of the financial system will form the subject of a final book (Book VI.).

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An example of a social factor would be the incidence of crime in a jurisdiction, since crime raises the costs of providing services. Grants-in-aid that are targeted for particular purposes can have weak or negligible effects insofar as.

Apago PDF Enhancer % % % % % % bExcludes federal grants-in-aid. State and local government expenditures are calculated as the difference between total government expenditures and federal government expenditures.

The authors are grateful to Keiko Kimura for assistance with the data analysis. This work was supported by Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Nos. and ) from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Tokyo, : Hikari Saho, Noriko Takeuchi, Daisuke Ekuni, Manabu Morita.

Chapter Budgeting and Sustainability A – Introduction. F – Federal Grants-in-Aid: A Key Source of Revenue.

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The council played an influential role in setting the policies for cancer research in this country. There were considerable differences of opinion within the council. Little appears to have been one of the active supporters of the grants-in-aid and peer-review systems that have done so much to further biomedical research in this country.

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Cumulative incidence of any malignant neoplasms was % within 1 year and % within 5 : Kengo Horie, Tomohiro Tsuchiya, Koji Iinuma, Yuka Maekawa, Keita Nakane, Taku Kato, Kosuke Mizutani.Grants-in–aid to States in need of assistance, having regard to: The revenue resources of States for five years ending with on the basis of the levels of taxation likely to be reached at the end of ; Creation of a fund out of Estate Duty proceeds over a specified limit, for repayment of State’s debt to the centre; and.Tax Incidence: Theoretical Issues -- Tax Incidence Applied: the Sources and Uses Approach and other Applications -- Part IV.

Cost-benefit analysis -- Cost-Benefit Analysis -- Part V. Fiscal federalism -- The Sorting of Functions Among Governments -- Efficiency and Equity Issues with Mobile Resources -- Grants-in-Aid.