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analysis of the effectiveness of state and local industrial development incentive mechanisms
Andrew J. Aulde
1980 by Program in Urban and Regional Studies in Ithaca, N.Y. (209 West Sibley Hall, Cornell Univ., Ithaca 14853) .
Written in English
|Statement||by Andrew J. Aulde.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Program in Urban and Regional Studies ;, #10, Occasional paper (Cornell University. Program in Urban and Regional Studies) ;, #10.|
|LC Classifications||HC110.I53 A94 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 87 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||82158547|
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That is, the expansion of the tax base is insufficient to offset the loss of revenue. development, state projects oriented to state-building and securing its in stitutional unity, and hegemonic visions of the nature and purposes of the state for the wider society. In response to concerns about the long-term effects on the economic health of the region and the fiscal well-being of local governments, the EWG Board of Directors passed a resolution that requested an inventory of the use of economic development incentives and the resulting economic activities as well as examination of the ability of local governments to finance public services and the.
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For instance, the share of industrial sector to national income was 26%. monitors its effectiveness. • Reporting to the state of performance measures and management initiatives resulting from the analysis and review of the performance measures.
According to the Public Performance Measurement and Reporting Network (), performance measurement and reporting serves three purposes:File Size: KB. The ultimate incentive is probably price. If a price is low enough, and the product matches the needs or wants of a consumer, it can provide a tremendous incentive for purchase.
An incentive is a contingent motivator. Traditional incentives are extrinsic motivators which reward actions to yield a desired outcome. The effectiveness of traditional incentives has changed as the needs of Western society have evolved.
While the traditional incentive model is effective when there is a defined procedure and goal for a task. Incentive zoning is also a method for a municipality to obtain needed public benefits or amenities in certain zoning districts through the development process.
Local incentive zoning laws can even be structured to require cash contributions from developers in. into the optimal economic development strategy. We come to the conclusion that in order for states to justify allocating scarce state funding toward economic development incentives, a clearer understanding of the actual returns to these incentives needs to be obtained.
Without better ways to measure state development incentive outcomes, the. problem analysis, policy alternative development, and policy evaluation in order to choose which policy options (such as sanctions or public education) are better than others to reduce cell phone use, policy analysts might use the criterion of efficiency.
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This study’s focus on science, technology, and economic. The article draws on econometric analysis combined with interviews, and a rich body of literature that focuses on the economic incentives underwriting state industrial policies, in order to highlight the causal mechanisms responsible for the persistence of neo-liberal orthodoxy in South Africa over a year by: 4.This class analyzes the theoretical and historical reasons why governments in latecomer countries have intervened with a wide array of policies to foster industrial development at various turning points: the initiation of industrial activity; the diversification of the industrial base; the restructuring of major industrial institutions; and the entry into high-technology sectors.Economic development policy has been a part of state and local planning for 30 years.
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