759 research outputs found

    MINNESOTA'S "PROGRESSIVE" INCOME TAX: MYTH AND REALITY

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    Public Economics,

    CONCEPTUAL UNDERPINNINGS OF POLICY ANALYSIS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT

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    Community/Rural/Urban Development,

    INEQUALITY AND THE REFERENDUM LEVY

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    This study examines whether or not the referendum levy generates revenue disparities among school districts. More specifically, we hypothesize that if the referendum levy generates inequalities in school finance, a positive relationship will exist between: (1) district property wealth and use of the referendum; (2) district property wealth and the size of the referendum levy; and (3) district property wealth and revenue raised by the referendum levy. The discretionary levy is included throughout the analysis because, being equalized, it provides a relevant contrast to the referendum levy.Public Economics,

    Conceptual underpinnings of policy analysis for rural development

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    The purpose of this paper is to provide a concise overview of the challenges associated with the breadth of the field and to suggest areas of analysis and analytic devices that would facilitate greater focus in the future

    THE NEW FEDERALISM: HOW WOULD IT AFFECT MINNESOTA?

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    Community/Rural/Urban Development, Political Economy,

    Regional Labor Markets: Econometric Analysis

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    State and Regional Research Center Working Paper 88-03. Funded by the Northwest Area Foundation through a project titled 'Policies and Strategies for Rural Economic Development,' with further support from the Agricultural Experiment Station and Minnesota

    Regional Consumer Price Comparisons--With Specific Applications to Minnesota

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    Supported by the Northwest Area Foundation and the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. State and Regional Research Center Working Paper 89-03
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