Municipal expenditure and the rate of population change (revised version) ( USA).


Journal Article

The recent decline of many industrial cities in the NE and the rapid growth of cites in the SW have forcefully drawn attention to the fiscal implications of population change. Although the major urban areas receive most of the attention, other smaller cities confront many of the same issues. This paper focuses on these smaller cities with the specific purpose of determining the impact of population change on per capita local public expenditures.-from Author

Duke Authors

Cited Authors

  • Ladd, HF

Published Date

  • December 1, 1979

Published In

  • Harvard University, Department of City and Regional Planning, Urban Planning Policy Analysis &Amp; Administration, Discussion Paper

Citation Source

  • Scopus