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Budgets, bonds, and ballots: voting behavior in school financial elections

Philip K. Piele

Budgets, bonds, and ballots: voting behavior in school financial elections

by Philip K. Piele

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Published by Lexington Books in Lexington, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Education -- United States -- Finance.,
    • School bonds -- United States.,
    • Voting -- United States.,
    • Community and school -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [171]-208.

      Statement[by] Philip K. Piele and John Stuart Hall.
      SeriesLexington Books politics of education series
      ContributionsHall, John Stuart, 1942- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB2825 .P48
      The Physical Object
      Pagination216 p.
      Number of Pages216
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5419463M
      ISBN 100669906212
      LC Control Number73012481

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Budgets, bonds, and ballots: voting behavior in school financial elections by Philip K. Piele Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Piele, Philip K. Budgets, bonds, and ballots: voting behavior in school financial elections. Lexington, Mass., Lexington. This book summarizes and analyzes empirical research on voting in school financial elections, based on more than research reports published since In their discussion, the authors attempt to objectively catalogue significant research findings, as well as to evaluate the findings and relate them to each other.

Chapter 1 introduces the problems of declining support for school financial Cited by: 7. Budgets, Bonds, and Ballots: Voting Behavior in School Financial Elections.

Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books. School Bond Success: A Strategy for Building America's Schools. Budgets, Bonds, and Ballots: Voting Behavior in School Financial Elections. Explaining Voter Behavior Toward Local School Expenditures: The Impact of Public Attitudes.” ().

Financing New School Construction and Modernization. This paper investigates implications of the relationship between voter self-selection and the behavior of politicians.

Voter self-selection arises in elections because only a portion of eligible voters actually vote. It is likely to be more pronounced whenever the implied net benefits from a given electoral choice are disproportionately distributed across by: Examining the Factors Associated with Passing School District Bond Elections in Texas, ().

Budgets, bonds, and ballots: Voting behavior in school financial elections. Effects of socio-economic factors on school bond elections inAuthor: Alex J. Bowers and Jooyoung Lee. Information, Tax Salience, and Support for School Bond Referenda Article in Public Budgeting & Finance 38(2) July with 25 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Hall, Budgets, Bonds, and Ballots: Voting Behavior in School. Financial Elections, published in Ile has contributed chap-ters on school property and use of school facilities to The Yearbook of School Law and Current Trends in School Law. Forsberg is a research assistant at the ERIC Clearinghouse.

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Bass, Schools, Taxes, and Voter Behavior: An Analysis of School District Property Tax Elections (Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, April, ).

The Relationship Between Open Enrollment and School Bond Voting Show all authors. An expanded study of school bond elections in Michigan, Journal of Education Finance, 35, Budgets, bonds, and ballots: Voting behavior in school financial elections.

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TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN REFERENCES 1. Alexander and G. Bass, "Schools, Taxes, and Voter Behavior: An Analysis of School District Property Tax Elections," Rand Corporation Research Report No.

R FF, 2. Barkume, Identification of preference for election outcomes from aggregate voting data. Public Choice, 27, (). by: In the election campaign, the Social Democratic Party surprised pundits and voters alike when it suggested major cuts in financial support for parents with young children as a way to fight the budget deficit.

In the next election campaign, inthe Social Democrats came up with another eye-opening turnaround: a promise to put a cap on Cited by: Definitions of Common Voting and Election Terms.

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Lexington, MA: Lexington Books. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting, and Financial Management Google Scholar. White, Cited by: 6. school financial issues by the voters. In a sophisticated and systematic analysis of the research, Piele and Hall1 identified a three-component typology of studies: (a) voter behavior studies, (b) election outcome studies, and (c) combination studies.

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