Federal Intergovernmental Grants and the States: Managing Devolution Shama Gamkhar

ISBN: 9781840646801

Published: December 3rd 2003

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300 pages


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Federal Intergovernmental Grants and the States: Managing Devolution  by  Shama Gamkhar

Federal Intergovernmental Grants and the States: Managing Devolution by Shama Gamkhar
December 3rd 2003 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 300 pages | ISBN: 9781840646801 | 10.78 Mb

This text provides a long-term perspective on intergovernmental grants policies in the US since the 1970s, spanning six presidential administrations and encompassing a diverse set of political and economic conditions. It contributes to criticalMoreThis text provides a long-term perspective on intergovernmental grants policies in the US since the 1970s, spanning six presidential administrations and encompassing a diverse set of political and economic conditions. It contributes to critical assessments of intergovernmental grant issues such as: whether state and local government spending responds symmetrically to increases or decreases in federal aid- the effects of converting categorical grants to block grants on programme spending- and the role of public interest versus political factors in determining federal aid distribution.

The authors empirical analyses are based on a data set of US federal intergovernmental grants and cover a range of programmes, including transportation, substance abuse prevention and treatment and community development and welfare.



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