FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING: SOME ALLOCATION FINDINGS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES
Fred J. Hitzhusen
No 284588, 1974 Annual Meeting, August 18-21, College Station, Texas from American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association)
This paper briefly outlines the main allocation and use criteria associated with Federal revenue sharing, discusses some preliminary findings on use and allocation for the U.S. and Ohio, identifies some sources of allocation formula bias and suggests some allocation formula revisions with respect to rural communities. For purposes of this paper, rural communities are defined as places of less than 2,500 population.
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