Social and economic trends for local government in the 1990"s
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A glimpse of the future Social and economic trends for local government in the 's By S Radley, London (United Kingdom) Henley Centre for Forecasting and Luton (United Kingdom) Local Government Management Board. The s saw the best economic performance in the United States in three decades. Strong economic growth and falling unemployment were accompanied by low inflation and rising budget surpluses. Although personal bankruptcies climbed, the personal saving rate fell, and the trade deficit expanded, overall, U.S. economic performance during the s was book is a unique attempt. The s were an extraordinary, contradictory, fascinating period of economic development, one evoking numerous historical parallels. But the s are far from being well understood and their meaning for the future remains open to debate. In this volume, world-class economic historians analyze the growth of the world economy, globalization and its implications for domestic and international. Top Economic Trends Of the s For years, management decisions have been based on such tried-and-true factors as demand, inflation, and interest and exchange rates. These economic influences are familiar - American managers understand them.

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It took Martin Feldstein four years to produce American Economic Policy in the s (University of Chicago Press, ), a volume assessing the decade of Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush, which served as the prototype for the book that is the subject of this review. The twenty-first century was still in diapers when Jeffrey. Community economic development is a branch of local economic development. Community economic development is based on two essential notions. First, the community or neighborhood should be the focal point for developing human, social, and physical resources. This trend, if achieved, would be significant not only to the economic activity but. American Economic Policy in the s sets the standard for timely yet rigorous analysis of economic policy. The volume's breadth and quality will make it the comprehensive reference on the events of―and lessons to learned from―the s. As an economist and as a policymaker, I highly recommend : Jeffrey A. Frankel, Peter R. Orszag. This paper examines trends in local government revenues and current challenges that local governments face in raising revenue. We also look into the future in .