Claude Barfield is a resident scholar at AEI.
It also describes the political consequences of the Reagan proposals, particularly the challenge these proposals present to special interest groups and to congressional working arrangements and relationships. The concluding chapter presents a framework for a broader revision of responsibilities. Claude Barfield is a resident scholar at AEI. Tags: AEI Archive, AEI Press, federal government, federalism, grants, Local government.
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Find nearly any book by Claude E. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Science Policy from Ford to Reagan: Change and Continuity. by Claude E. ISBN 9780844734958 (978-0-8447-3495-8) Hardcover, Aei Press, 1983.
Barfield, Claude E. Publication, Distribution, et. Washington, . American Enterprise Institute, (c)1981. AEI studies ; 349. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Uniform Title: AEI studies ; 349. Physical Description: ix, 99 p. ;, 23 cm. Series Statement: AEI studies ; 349. Rubrics: Block grants United States Federal government. ISBN: 3905493640 Author: Sgier, Irena.
Rethinking federalism. block grants and federal, state, and local responsibilities. Block grants, Federal government, Intergovernmental fiscal relations.
- The Politics of Retrenchment: How Local Governments Manage Fiscal Stress. By Charles H. Levine, Irene S. Rubin, and George G. Wolohojian. Beverly Hills, Calif. Sage Publications, 1981.
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several sophisticated studies of local government response to federal grants. Rethinking Federalism: Block Grants and Federal, State, and Local Responsibilities. March 1983 · American Political Science Association. assume that a grant nominally described as open-ended and matching in fact. Support of the National Science Foundation (Grant GS-33966) and of the Economics. Department, University of California-Berkeley, is gratefully acknowledged.
Academic journal article AEI Paper & Studies. Consent decrees became popular in the 1970s as a way of resolving class-action lawsuits filed to "reform" state and local governments programs or agencies, such as prisons, special-education programs, and child-welfare agencies. Rethinking Consent Decrees: How Federal-Court Decrees in Child Welfare Can Harm Those They Are Supposed to Help and Upset the Federal-State Balance. By Bursch, John; Corrigan, Maura. Academic journal article AEI Paper & Studies.