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State Government and Economic Performance

State Government and Economic Performance

Beginning in the Reagan administration, shifting federal economic policies have forced states to bear an increasing share of the burden of their economic development. Some states have weathered the transition well; others have not. In State Government and Economic Performance, Paul Brace combines political and economic analysis to examine the changing relationship between state and
federal governments, and to identify those factors which have allowed certain states to manage change effectively.