The great tax revolt of 1994
- Indiana Legislature Begins Debate Over Two Tax Restructuring Plans. Carvlin, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;2/21/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31329, p3
Reports that Indiana Legislature will begin its debate over tax restructuring legislation as a Republican version of the plan is introduced. Reductions in the state agency spending; Ways by which the plan proposes reductions in spending; Reason behind increase in tax bills of homeowners.
- Departmental Expenditure Limits. // EPM Weekly Bulletin;3/25/2002, Issue 84, p44
Focuses on the changes of the Departmental Expenditure Limit in Great Britain. Decrease of the budget; Reduction of resources element; Permanence of the administration costs limits.
- COMMENTS ON DeCANIO, REID AND BROWNLEE. Hughes, Jonathan // National Tax Journal;Jun79 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p75
Focuses on reactions to Proposition 13, the Jarvis-Gann initiative in California. Comparison of Proposition 13 and the Populist Revolt; Shift of the tax burdens; Rise of professional expertise among tax planners.
- TESTING SOME PROPOSITIONS ABOUT PROPOSITION 13. Attiyeh, Richard; Engle, Robert F. // National Tax Journal;Jun79 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p131
Focuses on the passage of Proposition 13 tax limitation initiative in California. Dissatisfaction with the tax and expenditure decisions of the government; Government revenue from property tax; Theoretical voting models; Voting behavior in local elections.
- SPENDING LIMITATIONS, AGENDA CONTROL AND VOTERS' EXPECTATIONS. Denzau, Arthur; Mackay, Robert; Weaver, Carolyn // National Tax Journal;Jun79 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p189
Studies the introduction of spending limitations into an analytical framework in which government possesses a form of monopoly power which results from imperfections in the agenda formation process. Gains to various groups of voters from a well-designed constitutional proposal to limit...
- COMMENTS: SESSION ON BUREAUCRACY. Borcherding, Thomas E. // National Tax Journal;Jun79 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p211
Focuses on the implications of spending limits. Aspects of medial voter model; Complexities of the public sector; Problem with lack of competition; Measurement of marginal values from referenda data.
- PROPOSITION 13 AND THE COST OF CALIFORNIA DEBT. Beebe, Jack H. // National Tax Journal;Jun79 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p243
Focuses on the implications of Proposition 13 on state and local government finance of California. Effects of Proposition 13 on municipal debt; New-issue interest costs for different categories of California municipal bonds.
- COMMENTS ON LOCAL FINANCES. Jacobs, Susan S. // National Tax Journal;Jun79 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p267
Focuses on the effects of Proposition 13 in California on local finances. County revenues; Special district revenues; Local municipal bonds; Property tax limitation imposed by the proposition.
- FISCAL LIMITATIONS IN THE PROVISION OF LOCAL PUBLIC SERVICES: THE CASE OF EDUCATION. Winkler, Donald R. // National Tax Journal;Jun79 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p329
Focuses on fiscal limitations in the provision of educational services in California. Minimum and maximum limits on the property tax rate; Limits on the property tax levy or revenue yield per pupil; Limits on per pupil operating expenditures.