Top Five: Hot Topics In Public Finance


PFR_72ppiRGB_150pixw What important issues are economists, policy makers, and political scientists interested in right now? Find out by reading the top five most-read articles currently available from Public Finance Review. Covering topics from No Child Left Behind to fiscal decentralization, these articles are freely available to access using the links below through April 13. Please share and enjoy!

Wenli Yan, Dwight V. Denison, and J.S. Butler
Revenue Structure and Nonprofit Borrowing
January 2009

Tami Gurley-Calvez and Amy Higginbotham
Childhood Obesity, Academic Achievement, and School Expenditures
September 2010

Amanda L. Wilsker and Dennis R. Young
How Does Program Composition Affect the Revenues of Nonprofit Organizations?: Investigating a Benefits Theory of Nonprofit Finance
March 2010

William Duncombe, Anna Lukemeyer, and John Yinger
The No Child Left Behind Act: Have Federal Funds Been Left Behind?
July 2008

Yener Altunbaş and John Thornton
Fiscal Decentralization and Governance
January 2012

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