- Pooled spending will lead to more mutuals, says Maude. Johnstone, Richard // Public Finance;Nov2014, Issue 11, p7
The article reports that the government initiatives to integrate public spending lead to the development of more public service mutual firms focused on bringing local provision together in Great Britain.
- GREEN BUY PROGRAMS: AN IMPORTANT PROCUREMENT FACTOR. Bergeson, Lynn L. // Pollution Engineering;May2002, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p30
Focuses on issues related to the expenses of the U.S. federal government. Estimation of expenses annually on goods and services; Commitment of the federal government to achieve environmental goals and priorities; Characteristic of green procurement program.
- Federal funding continues without appropriations. // Roads & Bridges;Dec2002, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p11
Reports that the U.S. federal government has authorized itself to continue to operate without appropriations bills by House of Representatives approval on November 13, 2002 of a continued resolution good through January 11, 2003. Budget of the continued resolution funds.
- Growth of government takes toll on stock returns. Hauke, Keenan // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/2/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p26
The article discusses the implication of large amount of funds allocated by the federal government to its public expenditure on the downfall of stock returns in the U.S.
- Cost disease versus Leviathan explanations of rising government cost: An empirical investigation. Ferris, J. Stephen; West, Edwin G. // Public Choice;Mar1999, Vol. 98 Issue 3/4, p307
Investigates the cost disease versus the Leviathan explanations of rising government cost in the United States. Presence of second channel for the exercise of bureaucratic power; Information on generated government rents; Determinants of the higher cost of providing government services.
- The Federal Budget: the Need for Choice. Schultze, Charles L. // Business Horizons;Summer66, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p5
Focuses on the issues concerning the problems in making choices for the federal budgets in the United States. Composition of the federal budget; Expenditures for the national defense programs; Importance of health care quality on the federal activity.
- Efficiency in the provision of pure public goods by private citizens. Lindsay, C.; Dougan, William // Public Choice;Jul2013, Vol. 156 Issue 1/2, p31
This paper raises an old question and proposes a new answer. The question is, 'Must public goods be produced by governments?' The consensus answer is 'Yes,' on the grounds that transaction costs related to group size prevent all potential consumers of a public good from entering into voluntary...
- You have to tax to spend, says Travers. Joseph, Colin // Public Finance;06/15/2001-06/21/2001, p8
Highlights the views of Tony Travers, director of the Greater London Group at the London School of Economics in England, concerning government efforts to improve the quality of public services. Necessity of raising taxes or increasing public service expenditures; Preferability of following...
- Federal government should fix spending problems before raising taxes. Randall, Richard // Central Penn Business Journal;11/11/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 46, p15
The author argues on the federal government's plan to increase taxes but neglects the problems on public spending.