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by Terry Busson,Philip Coulter
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Coulter was professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama .
Coulter was professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama (UA) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama (1978–1990). He held the chair of the Department of Political Science of the College of Arts and Sciences of the UA (1978–1985). With Terry Busson (from Policy Evaluation for Local Government): A symposium in Policy Studies Journal, 12, 2, University of Colorado Denver, December 1983, pp. 271–385.
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itive contributions in the dictator game. Political scientists have used the dictator. game in a variety of ways. Or under what circumstances. might a representative be willing to sacriﬁce. local interests for national interests? The dic-
itive contributions in the dictator game. 2007a) used the experiment as a measurement. tool to understand discrimination in postwar. local interests for national interests? The dic-. tator game may be valuable when thinking of. terrorists willing to sacriﬁce their own lives on. behalf of others. It may give insight into which. institutions foster altruistic acts.
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In economics and political science, fiscal policy is the use of government budget or revenue collection (taxation) . Contractionary fiscal policy, which occurs when government spending is lower than tax revenue, and is usually undertaken to pay down government debt.
In economics and political science, fiscal policy is the use of government budget or revenue collection (taxation) and expenditure (spending) to influence economic. The two main instruments of fiscal policy are government taxation and expenditure. These definitions can be misleading however.
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Coulter was instructor in Government (especially: State Government and Metropolitan Politics) at the Department of Political Science of. .
Coulter was instructor in Government (especially: State Government and Metropolitan Politics) at the Department of Political Science of the University of Massachusetts Amherst/UMass Amherst (1964–1966). He was assistant professor (1966–1970) and associate professor (1970–1975) at the UMass Amherst. There's a Madness in the Method: Redefining Citizen Contacting of Government Officials", Urban Affairs Quarterly, 28, 2, December 1992, pp. 297–316.
State governments produce a wider range of policies that affect the lives of their citizens than does any other level . Eric B. Herzik is associate professor of political science and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno.
State governments produce a wider range of policies that affect the lives of their citizens than does any other level of government. He specializes in the study of state and local government, nuclear energy/nuclear waste policy, governors, and government finance/budgeting.
Coulter was instructor in Government (especially: State Government and Metropolitan .
This collection of fifteen original essays examines methods of policy evaluation, performance measurement, fiscal cutback effects, and strategies of economic development in American local government. Each essay addresses, not only techniques of analysis, but also the application of those techniques to actual local government policy problems in areas such as urban development, policing, economic development, citizen satisfaction with services, personnel, and licensing, among others.
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