The Resource Public spending priorities for Arizona : allocating limited resources, background report prepared by Arizona State University, Center for Business Research, College of Business, Tempe, Arizona

Public spending priorities for Arizona : allocating limited resources, background report prepared by Arizona State University, Center for Business Research, College of Business, Tempe, Arizona

Label
Public spending priorities for Arizona : allocating limited resources
Title
Public spending priorities for Arizona
Title remainder
allocating limited resources
Statement of responsibility
background report prepared by Arizona State University, Center for Business Research, College of Business, Tempe, Arizona
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
AZS
Illustrations
charts
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1995
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Arizona Town Hall
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Arizona State University
Series statement
Arizona Town Hall
Series volume
67
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  • Arizona
  • Government spending policy
  • Budget
Label
Public spending priorities for Arizona : allocating limited resources, background report prepared by Arizona State University, Center for Business Research, College of Business, Tempe, Arizona
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • At head of title: Sixty-seventh Arizona Town Hall, October 29-November 1, 1995
  • Includes the Town Hall recommendations as well as the background report
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-164)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • What Government Does
  • Current Spending Priorities
  • Shift to a Revenue Driven Decision Process
  • Tight Budgets
  • Budget Cutting Strategies
  • Horizontal Strategies
  • Vertical Strategies
  • Mixed Strategies
  • Impact of Public Spending Patterns on Economic Development
  • Other Intergovernmental and Intersectoral Impacts
  • Final Thoughts
  • Optional Wats to Promote the General Good
  • References
  • About the Authors
  • Co-Production
  • Redistributive Effects
  • Some Reasons for Government Action
  • Practical Lessons
  • Government Failures
  • Overregulation
  • Overhead Costs
  • Unresposiveness
  • Introduction
  • High Transaction Costs
  • Reduction of Costs and Expenditures
  • Institutional Framework for Public Decisions
  • Current reinvention Strategies
  • The State and Local Budget Process
  • Frank J. Sackton and James F. Waring
  • State Budget
  • Executive Phase
  • Legislative Phase
  • Budget Reform at the State Level
  • Tinothy D. Hogan
  • Local Budgets
  • The Counties
  • The Cities
  • The School Districts
  • Budget Reforms
  • Performance Budgeting
  • Performance Incentives
  • Accurate Forecasting in Performance Budgeting
  • Performance Auditing
  • Summary
  • Competing Demands for Scarce Resources
  • Factors Affecting State and Local Spending Priorities
  • Dennis L. Hoffman, Timothy D. Hogan, and Kristen R. Boilini
  • Political Factors
  • Indirect Public Participation
  • Evidence of Current Public Demand
  • Direct Public Participation
  • Mandates
  • Federal Mandates
  • Discrectionary Budget Items
  • Court Imposed Mandates
  • No Free Lunch
  • Demographics
  • Recent population Growth
  • Overall Impacts on Government Spending
  • The Extreme mobility of Arizona's Population
  • The Changing Demographics of Arizona's Population
  • Implications for Public Programs
  • Economic Factors
  • Balanced Budget Constraints
  • Business Cycle Considerations
  • The Structural Deficit
  • Implications of the Currrent Political Environment
  • Arizona Government Expenditures: The Historical Record
  • Tom R. Rex
  • Overview of Arizona Government Spending
  • 1991-92 Government Spending
  • Change Over Time
  • Comparisons to National Average
  • 1991-92 Soending
  • Other Adjustments
  • Change Over Time
  • Comparisons to Selected States
  • Guide to the Reserch Report
  • Colorado
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • Utah
  • Florida
  • Summary
  • Spending by Level of Government
  • Comparisons to Federal Government Spending
  • 1990-91 Spending
  • Change Over Time
  • fundamentals of Government Spending
  • Current State Government Spending
  • Summary
  • Assessing Government Performance
  • Dennis L. Hoffman and Robert W. Wellman
  • Contemporary Demand for Public Services
  • Minnesota Milestones
  • Oregon Benchmarks
  • Linking Demand for Services to Activities at Each level of Government
  • Assessing Government Performance
  • General Economic and Demographic Trends
  • Louis F. Weschler and Tara L. Tessaro
  • Tax Burden Comparisons
  • Education
  • Higher Education
  • Welfare
  • Health Services
  • Crime
  • Transportation
  • Difficulties of Assessing Government Service Delivery
  • Making Tough Choices
  • Timothy D. Hogan and Louis F. Weschler
Control code
ocm34463571
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xxxi, 166 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
charts
System control number
(Sirsi) o34463571
Label
Public spending priorities for Arizona : allocating limited resources, background report prepared by Arizona State University, Center for Business Research, College of Business, Tempe, Arizona
Publication
Note
  • At head of title: Sixty-seventh Arizona Town Hall, October 29-November 1, 1995
  • Includes the Town Hall recommendations as well as the background report
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-164)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • What Government Does
  • Current Spending Priorities
  • Shift to a Revenue Driven Decision Process
  • Tight Budgets
  • Budget Cutting Strategies
  • Horizontal Strategies
  • Vertical Strategies
  • Mixed Strategies
  • Impact of Public Spending Patterns on Economic Development
  • Other Intergovernmental and Intersectoral Impacts
  • Final Thoughts
  • Optional Wats to Promote the General Good
  • References
  • About the Authors
  • Co-Production
  • Redistributive Effects
  • Some Reasons for Government Action
  • Practical Lessons
  • Government Failures
  • Overregulation
  • Overhead Costs
  • Unresposiveness
  • Introduction
  • High Transaction Costs
  • Reduction of Costs and Expenditures
  • Institutional Framework for Public Decisions
  • Current reinvention Strategies
  • The State and Local Budget Process
  • Frank J. Sackton and James F. Waring
  • State Budget
  • Executive Phase
  • Legislative Phase
  • Budget Reform at the State Level
  • Tinothy D. Hogan
  • Local Budgets
  • The Counties
  • The Cities
  • The School Districts
  • Budget Reforms
  • Performance Budgeting
  • Performance Incentives
  • Accurate Forecasting in Performance Budgeting
  • Performance Auditing
  • Summary
  • Competing Demands for Scarce Resources
  • Factors Affecting State and Local Spending Priorities
  • Dennis L. Hoffman, Timothy D. Hogan, and Kristen R. Boilini
  • Political Factors
  • Indirect Public Participation
  • Evidence of Current Public Demand
  • Direct Public Participation
  • Mandates
  • Federal Mandates
  • Discrectionary Budget Items
  • Court Imposed Mandates
  • No Free Lunch
  • Demographics
  • Recent population Growth
  • Overall Impacts on Government Spending
  • The Extreme mobility of Arizona's Population
  • The Changing Demographics of Arizona's Population
  • Implications for Public Programs
  • Economic Factors
  • Balanced Budget Constraints
  • Business Cycle Considerations
  • The Structural Deficit
  • Implications of the Currrent Political Environment
  • Arizona Government Expenditures: The Historical Record
  • Tom R. Rex
  • Overview of Arizona Government Spending
  • 1991-92 Government Spending
  • Change Over Time
  • Comparisons to National Average
  • 1991-92 Soending
  • Other Adjustments
  • Change Over Time
  • Comparisons to Selected States
  • Guide to the Reserch Report
  • Colorado
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • Utah
  • Florida
  • Summary
  • Spending by Level of Government
  • Comparisons to Federal Government Spending
  • 1990-91 Spending
  • Change Over Time
  • fundamentals of Government Spending
  • Current State Government Spending
  • Summary
  • Assessing Government Performance
  • Dennis L. Hoffman and Robert W. Wellman
  • Contemporary Demand for Public Services
  • Minnesota Milestones
  • Oregon Benchmarks
  • Linking Demand for Services to Activities at Each level of Government
  • Assessing Government Performance
  • General Economic and Demographic Trends
  • Louis F. Weschler and Tara L. Tessaro
  • Tax Burden Comparisons
  • Education
  • Higher Education
  • Welfare
  • Health Services
  • Crime
  • Transportation
  • Difficulties of Assessing Government Service Delivery
  • Making Tough Choices
  • Timothy D. Hogan and Louis F. Weschler
Control code
ocm34463571
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xxxi, 166 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
charts
System control number
(Sirsi) o34463571

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