N.J. Treasurer Nominee Evaluates State's Financial Status
- New Jersey Treasurer's Letter to Mayors: Hold Back Views on Monetization. Kaske, Michelle // Bond Buyer;7/23/2007, Vol. 361 Issue 32676, p3
The article reports on the letter sent by treasurer Bradley Abelow of New Jersey to mayors across the state. In the letter, Abelow cautions them of the possible consequences of publicizing their views regarding Governor Jon Corzine's proposal to monetize state assets. It is stated that Corzine's...
- N.J. Treasurer Nominee Confirmed by State Senate Panel. Cataldo, Adam L. // Bond Buyer;2/24/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32326, p4
The article reports on the plan of New Jersey Treasurer nominee Bradley Abelow to work towards a permanent solution to the state's structural budget gap. A committee was also being appointed to handle procurements and the hiring of underwriters. Abelow spoke at a hearing of the state Senate's...
- N.J. Treasury Says It Needs More Time Before Releasing Report on Asset Sales. Kaske, Michelle // Bond Buyer;11/3/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32501, p40
The article provides updates on the plans of New Jersey to sell its assets. The state's Treasury Department believed that selling or leasing of the state's entities may relieve New Jersey's outstanding debt and bring in revenues for future capital spending. UBS Securities LLC and the treasurer's...
- Budget Transparency and Fiscal Performance: Do Open Budgets Matter? SEDMIHRADSKÁ, LUCIE; HAAS, JAKUB // Economic Studies & Analyses / Acta VSFS;
Existing published research into the relationship between budget transparency and fiscal performance confirms the expectations that higher budget transparency is associated with smaller budget deficits and lower public debt. However, our previous research did not bring such clear results but...
- Corzine Pegs Treasurer As New Chief of Staff. Kaske, Michelle // Bond Buyer;8/8/2007, Vol. 361 Issue 32687, p30
The article announces that Bradley Abelow will replace Tom Shea as the new chief of staff of New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine.
- THE EFFECTS OF AN IRRATIONAL BEHAVIOR OF GOVERNMENTS -- GREECE'S CASE. Campeanu, Emilia // Quality - Access to Success;2011 Supplement, p29
The paper aim is to analyze the behavior of governments considering the Greece's case. This approach is useful because although Greece is a developed country that already face serious problems in the management of budgetary resources as consequences of the implementation of irrational behavior...
- N.Y. Gov. Pataki Reducing Debt. McKaig, Ryan // Bond Buyer;12/21/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31042, p2
Reports on New York State's plan to eliminate its high-cost state debt and increase pay-as-you-go funding.
- Window Of Opportunity. // Emerging Markets Monitor;3/10/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 45, p18
Reports on the finances of Lebanon in 2003. Implications of the release of net public sector debt of Lebanon; Public debt in 2002; Recommendations from the International Monetary Fund.
- NOTES AND COMMUNICATIONS. Maastricht, Beyond // De Economist (0013-063X);Dec2001, Vol. 149 Issue 4, p509
Examines the monitoring of the sustainability of public finances in the European Union countries. Indication of public debt; Identification of national budgetary policy; Importance of the distribution of income.