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Lost in the Balance: How State Policies Affect the Fiscal Health of Cities
Fiscal problems in central cities, disparities with suburbs and how state governments cope are addressed in this examination of intergovernmental aid in California, New York and Wisconsin. The authors offer recommendations ...
The Dual Motives of Interest Group Research
Scholars look at interest groups in two ways. Political science informs the first. It examines who makes up the groups and why they act, and determines the consequences of their actions. The second method is more ...
Globalization, Internationalization and U.S. Interest Groups
The claims that globalization affects the balance of power among interest groups, increases the structural power of some interests, alters public policy preferences and may shift the site of decision-making should ...