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Advantages and limitations of using traditional methods to provide local public services in a new federalism era. In: Proceedings AAEA Meeting July/August, 1983



Advantages and limitations of using traditional methods to provide local public services in a new federalism era. In: Proceedings AAEA Meeting July/August, 1983



American Journal of Agricultural Economics 65(5): 1118-1135



Hushak's paper (pp.1118-1123) looks at shifts in the funding of local government services in the USA away from Federal and State government and towards locally raised revenue, and how intergovernmental levels of flow of funds affect the development of such activities as water services, soil conservation, health, welfare, etc.

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