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- Chicago Transit Authority Budget Praised. Shields, Yvette // Bond Buyer;11/19/2014, Issue 34213, p1
The Chicago Transit Authority's $1.4 billion 2015 budget won the endorsement of the Civic Federation of Chicago in recognition of the agency's fiscal strides.
- The intergenerational consequences of retiree healthcare premiums: What is the evidence? Sneed, Cynthia S.; Sneed, John E. // Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management;Summer97, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p285
Examines the association between the unfunded other postemployment healthcare benefits (OPEB) and state expenditures in the United States. Estimation of the OPEB liability; Provision of a higher level of services by using the money; Intergenerational payment of the retiree healthcare benefits.
- The Reform of Interbudgetary Relations. Khristenko, V. // Problems of Economic Transition;Nov2001, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p65
Focuses on fiscal federalism in Russia. Crisis in interbudgetary relations and regional finances; Decentralization of the budget system; Delimitation of spending and tax authority.
- Reflections on distributive politics and universalism. Weingast, Barry R. // Political Research Quarterly;Jun94, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p319
Presents an essay reflecting on the literature on the politics of expenditure programs and universalism. Definition of distributive politics; Particular concerns in the operationalization of universalism; Directions in the theoretical literature on distributive politics.
- Extramural Expenditures. // Federal Scientific Activities;2001/2002, p70
Discusses the extramural expenditures of the U.S. government in 2001 and 2002. Estimated extramural expenditures of the government; Major recipients of the funds; Forms of extramural payments.
- Economic Policy: Fiscal Situation - Recent Developments. // Honduras Country Monitor;Jan2012, p11
No abstract available.
- Economic Policy: Fiscal Policy and Outlook. // Saudi Arabia Country Monitor;Mar2012, p12
The article forecasts the fiscal policy of Saudi Arabia from 2012 to 2016 in which an 18% increase in public spending is expected in 2012 due to the social-support programs implemented by the government in 2011.
- Fiscal policy cycles and public expenditure in developing countries. Schuknecht, Ludger // Public Choice;Jan2000, Vol. 102 Issue 1/2, p115
Examines the fiscal policy cycles and public expenditure in developing countries. Hypothesis on fiscal policies and public expenditure; Introduction of dummy variable; Derivation of exchange regime variable.
- Introduction.-Federal Fiscal Operations. // Treasury Bulletin;Jun2002, p10
Discusses the federal fiscal operations for 2002 in the U.S. Importance of appropriations in allowing obligations to be incurred; Liquidation of obligations by issuance of checks; Treatment for the refunds of collection.