Impact fees for conversion of agricultural land: a resource-based development policy for California's cities and counties
- What a RAWProar. // British Medical Journal;11/27/1976, Vol. 2 Issue 6047, p1280
Focuses on the remission of protests and fury after the publication of the Resource Allocation Working Party (RAWP) in London, England. Standardization of teaching hospitals; Theory of RAWP; Move of the government regarding the public expenditures.
- Areas of outstanding natural beauty: a case for positive management? Sellgren, John // Ecos - A Review of Conservation;Winter1986, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p29
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- END THE FUNDING TURF WAR. Beresford, Peter // Community Care;6/12/2008, Issue 1726, p6
The article presents the author's views on the conflicting systems between the health and social care funding in the United Kingdom. He stresses that policymakers should have a wide and effective consultation with stakeholders and service users which will be affected by the change in policies....
- Setting targets in law is worth a try. Buck, Karen // Regeneration & Renewal;11/30/2009, p12
In this article the author discusses aspects of setting legal targets to achieve proposed policy objectives in Great Britain. She comments on the government's failure to specify target objectives for carbon reduction budgets for the Climate Change Act, tax level credit for the Child Poverty...
- Government accounts qualified. // Accountancy;May2001, Vol. 127 Issue 1293, p18
Reports the approval of several central government resource accounts by the National Audit Office in Great Britain. Impact on the human resources and to the governmental departments; Views of auditor general John Bourn on the approval of the accounts; Way to reduce problem associated in...
- When are stable rights to rents bad? Sutter, Daniel // Public Choice;Jan1999, Vol. 98 Issue 1/2, p29
Focuses on the property rights on resources in the United States. Debate on the stable rights to government created rents and wealth transfer; Incentives to create political investments; Difficulty in eliminating transfer programs.
- Which Policy to ADAP-T: Waiting Lists or Waiting Lines? Saag, Michael S. // Clinical Infectious Diseases;11/15/2006, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p1365
The article comments on the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) introduced by the U.S. government in 1990 and the need for effective allocation of resources. The author analyses the proposal by author B.P. Linas and colleagues to eliminate the waiting lists for ADAP-eligible recipients published...
- Computers for students. Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia;Dec97, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p10
Summarizes an article featured in the September 15, 1997 issue of `Sydney Morning Herald' about additional computers to go into New South Wales public schools based on allocation announced by the Minister for Education. Basis of allocation of computers among public schools.
- An extra potato from the bin: The feds plea for a rain dance. Ruckman, S. E. // Native American Times;8/17/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 32, p5
The author discusses the impact of the U.S. drought in 2012 on tribal nations, commenting on food deserts, U.S. government allocation of federal resources, and subsidized surplus goods.