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Call for Papers: New Approaches to Old Questions
Call for paper proposals for a symposium on Behavioral Public Finance: New Approaches to Old Questions
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In addition, authors may choose to present (drafts of) their papers at the 11th Global Conference of the Forum for Economists International in Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 24-27, 2019 and receive comments additional to the peer review.
Introduction to the Symposium on “Financing and Homeland Security”
Author: PETER EISINGER
Published in PFM, Vol. 7 No. 2
Homeland security functions are a new and costly responsibility for local governments. What complicates this new function is that it must be implemented in the context of the federal system, where appropriate funding burdens and roles are still being worked out. Both papers in this mini-symposium address these tensions and uncertainties.
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