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‘Institute Update’ Newsletters

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August 2012


States’ Total Tax Collections Rise Again ... | ... But Property Taxes Decline | Insights from New York City Welfare-to-Work Programs | Institute to Help Train Next Generation of Leaders | A Sound Education Amid Fiscal Distress? | International Job Creation and Economic Growth | The Politics of Health Care Reform | Higher Ed’s Role in Public Diplomacy | Local Fiscal Challenges and New York’s Tax Cap | Volume on NYS Government Draws on Institute Expertise | The Reviews Are In: You Must Read This Book | Midwestern Recovery is a Complicated Matter | Public School Funding Faces Multiple Strains | A Long-Term View of Health Reform | States’ Protection of Low-Wage Workers | Can “Creative Destruction” Be Harnessed? | A Better Way to Rank Universities | Task Force Reports on State Budget Crisis

February 2012


Hot Off the Press: Fighting For Our Health, The Oxford Handbook of State and Local Government Finance | States' Revenues Rise, but Still Below Peak | Giving and Getting in New York State's Budget | Surprise! New York's Economy Bests Nation's | New York in the World | The Legacy of Governor Hugh L. Carey | Chasing Criminals vs. Chasing Terrorists | New York by the Numbers | Where States Spend More, Children Do Better | Why Americans Don't Like “Obamacare” | “Systemness” and Higher Ed’s Iron Triangle | Regional Impacts of the Great Recession | Funding the Safety Net Before and After the Great Recession | The City and ’Burbs versus Albany | Reconciling Two Paradigms for Health Reform | An Era of Fundamental Change for Public Finance | Manufacturing in New York | Education Experts Blog for The Chronicle | Desai Joins Institute

July 2011


State and Local Governments Lose, in Employment | States Gain, in Tax Collections. But Locals Lose | States Gain, in Gambling Revenues | SUNY's Role in a Stronger N.Y. Economy | The Budget Outlook for 2011, 2012 and Beyond | Expanding Public Health Insurance | Lessons from the Housing Bust | Higher Ed is Key to Innovation Economy | Governor Cuomo's Historic Trifecta | Medicaid Helps — in Oregon Anyway | Volcker-Ravitch Task Force Directed by Boyd

May 2011


States Gain in Taxes, but Locals Lag | Errors in Revenue Estimates Grow | Job Services for Needy Clients: What Works? | Expanding Public Health Insurance | New York State Budget Outlook | Challenges as the World Grows Older | Budgets & Public Employee Unions | Institute Advises Governor’s Commission | Psychotropic Drug Coverage for HIV Patients | State and Local Financial Update | Former Health Policy Director Leads Agency