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Fiscal impacts of commuters on core cities with varying revenue structures

Phillip E. Vincent

Fiscal impacts of commuters on core cities with varying revenue structures

by Phillip E. Vincent

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Published by Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of California in [Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Municipal finance -- United States.,
    • Commuting -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Phillip E. Vincent.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS36 .C2A35 no. 130
      The Physical Object
      Pagination39 l.
      Number of Pages39
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5740356M
      LC Control Number70629408

      1. I need help explaining the impact of demographics on public revenue sources. There are different operational sources of public revenue (e.g., federal, state, and local) necessary to operate public programs. In addition, funds are allocated according to such things as demographics. Demographics Demographics has a huge impact on public revenue sources. The demographics of a community largely impact the fiscal burdens of that community. Different pieces of the area combined affect the total income that can be generated for the public sectors, such as “population growth, age distribution, health status of the population, household composition, fertility rates and life.

      conferred on general law cities by statute the authority to adopt any tax that could be adopted by a charter city. A ballot measure known as the “Separation of Sources Act” made the property tax a local government revenue source and established the principle of separate revenue sources for state and local governments.   Cities Consider Taxing Commuters to Drive Up Revenue Taxes on commuters (and reverse commuters) represent a largely untapped source of revenue that cities may begin to target more aggressively.

      Here we look at models that describe the internal structure of cities in more detail. Some terms to note are: the central business district (CBD), which is the easiest region of any city to recognise, as this is generally the first part of the city to develop and remains as an industrial or administrative core of the city. THE IMPACT OF POOR REVENUE GENERATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS (A CASE STUDY OF UHUNMWONDE LOCAL GOVERNMENT, EDO STATE) ABSTRACT. Revenue generation is the nucleus and the path to modern development. Thus, the study was to assess the impact of poor revenue generation on the development of Local Government Areas.


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Get this from a library. Fiscal impacts of commuters on core cities with varying revenue structures. [Phillip E Vincent]. Fiscal Impact: Fiscal impacts are the direct, current, and public costs and revenues accruing to a local jurisdiction as a result of the development of land.

A fiscal impact assessment is the net (positive or negative) of the costs incurred and the revenues received by the local jurisdiction. Many Provo commuters don't need public transit to get to work without driving: More than 13 percent of the city's workers walk, putting Provo in the top 10 of all U.S.

cities for pedestrian : Matthew Bandyk. In response, local governments began to diversify their revenue structures away from reliance on property taxation. In some instances, this also led to greater complexity in local government revenue structures.

University of Georgia, Baldwin HallDepartment of Public Administration and Policy, Athens, GA()[email protected] by: The Director of Core Cities Group, Chris Murray, delivered a speech setting out why the Core Cities are so important to the country’s economy and the way in which they support business growth.

He described the collective impact that Core Cities and their urban areas have on the economy outside London and the South East, and that they deliver 27%. Social and economic effects of commuting: and my family, our friends, neighbors and fellow commuters within our small community.

It is also an important topic to emphasize when the trend of commuting trends is increasing in many societies all over Sweden, Europe and the world. Along with changing economic structures and technological. Public finance scholars have found that revenue diversification has an important impact on fiscal performance in terms of tax effort, revenue adequacy, and equity of fiscal structure among state.

Initiatives to Improve Revenue Collection in Municipalities Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Public Service and Administration by Ms Lindiwe Msengana-Ndlela Director-General: dplg Wednesday, 6thth September ,SeptemberCape Town.

fiscal deficit in GDP. The fiscal deficit is the result of high public spending and the disharmonious relationship between real wage growth and gross domestic product. The effects of the budget deficit which has been present for a long period of time culminated inwhen it reached % and.

In Chapter 4 we turn to local policies and provide evidence how the design of borders impacts on local tax policy.

Both the number of competitors and the size of a core city in its agglomeration prove important. Chapter 5 analyzes the effects of reforms of spatial administrative structures.

on the economic and fiscal dynamics of cities The size and shape of the fiscal policy space of cities vary considerably. Cities are authorized or required by state governments to perform certain responsibilities and to raise certain kinds of revenue.

They may also offer other, elective. In the study of the impact of public revenue on the development of any economy, a distinction has been drawn by several authors between external revenue and Internally Generated Revenue (IGR). While external revenue is revenue generated from outside the state, IGR is the revenue that state governments generate within the areas of their.

In equation (1), the variables used to control for the influence of a municipality's fiscal capacity on its level of revenue volatility are debt burden, debt service burden, and tax leverage. Debt burden is measured as total long‐term debt outstanding divided by total population.

This book examines the impacts of China’s urbanization on the country’s economic development, clan culture, rural societies, minority resident areas, natural environment, women, and public.

A revenue structure describes the many sources of income a local government receives. The major sources of revenue include taxes, other revenue sources and intergovernmental transfers, which are defined below. Since local governments are corporations of state government, local revenue structures are largely determined by state doctrine.

Chapter 3 Revenue Allocation The city of Bloomington spent about $96 million to provide city services to the people and businesses in the city during This was balanced against revenue of $98 million.

The fiscal impact analysis has been designed to evaluate the how land uses contribute revenue and require services from the city. Other cities on the list do have better prospects.

Short commute cities Indianapolis, Columbus, West Palm Beach and Portland, Oregon, also made the. Enhancing municipal revenue through improving core revenue processes, systems, data quality, skills and organisational structures Advising on cash management methods, systems and processes Improving coordination across the various departments in municipalities to break down the silo effect and improve service delivery.

Since local governments are corporations of state government, local revenue structures are largely determined by state doctrine. While state governments generally aim to provide sufficient autonomy and support to local governments, there are fifty state-local revenue systems that even vary within states.

Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, we calculated what percentage of commuters in each metro area took an hour or more to get to work in each of these cities. though it is clear that other effects of aid may be possible.

For example, George F. Break, Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in the United States (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, ),identifies six basic patterns concerning the fiscal effects of state aid to local govemments.The Correct Way to Measure the Revenue Impact of Changes in Tax Rates.

and Estimated Revenue Effects of the President's Fiscal Year Budget Proposal, JCX In his insightful book.Tax Reform eliminates the employer business tax deduction for employer contributions to transit and commuter benefit programs.

This means that an employer will not be able to deduct contributions that it makes toward an employee’s commuter parking, public transit, or commuter vehicle expenses.