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Statistical Issues in Allocating Funds by Formula References Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1977 Federal grants: Their effects on state-local expenditures, employment levels, wage rates. The Intergovernmental Grants System: An Assessment and Proposed Policies, Vol. A-61. Washington, DC: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. Bradbury, K.L., and H.F. Ladd 1985 Changes in the revenue-raising capacity of U.S. cities, 1970-1982. New England Economic Review (March/April):20-37. Break, G.F. 1980 Financing Government in a Federal System. Studies in Government Finance, Second Series. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution. Brown, P.S. 2002 Impact of Title I formula factors on school year 2000-01 state allocations. Journal of Official Statistics Special Issue (September):441-464. Burnam, M.A., P. Reuter, J.L. Adams, A.R. Palmer, K.E. Model, J.E. Rolph, J.Z. Heilbrunn, G.N. Marshall, D. McCaffrey, S.L. Wenzel, and R.C. Kessler 1997 Review and Evaluation of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Block Grant Allotment Formula. RAND Drug Policy Research Center, MR-533-HHS. Santa Monica, CA: RAND. Czajka, J.L., and T.B. Jabine 2002 Using survey data to allocate federal funds for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). Journal of Official Statistics Special Issue (September):409-428. Derbyshire, M. 2001 Discussion on the paper by Smith, Rice, and Carr-Hill. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society 164(2):241.

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Statistical Issues in Allocating Funds by Formula Downes, T.A., and T.F. Pogue 1994 Accounting for fiscal capacity and need in the design of school aid formulas. In Fiscal Equalization for State and Local Government Finance, J.E. Anderson, ed. New York: Praeger Publishers. 2002 How best to hand out money: Issues in the design and structure of intergovernmental aid formulas. Journal of Official Statistics Special Issue (September):329-352. Duncombe, W., and A. Lukemeyer 2002 Estimating the Cost of Educational Adequacy: A Comparison of Approaches. Unpublished paper, Maxwell School, Syracuse University. Fairley, W.B., A.J. Izenman, and P. Bagchi 1990 Inference for welfare quality control programs. Journal of the American Statistical Association 85(411):874-890. Fastrup, J.C. 2002 Measuring state performance in equalizing access to educational resources: The case of Rhode Island (1992-1996). Journal of Education Finance, forthcoming. Gramlich, E.M., and H. Galper 1973 State and local fiscal behavior and federal grant policy. In Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, A.M. Okun and G.L. Perry, eds. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution. Hansen, M.H., and B.J. Tepping 1990 Regression estimates in federal welfare quality control programs. Journal of the American Statistical Association 85(411):856-863. Kadamus, J.A. 2002 Formula allocation for schools: Historical perspective and lessons from New York state. Journal of Official Statistics Special Issue (September):465-480. Kramer, F.D. 1990 Statistics and policy in welfare quality control: A basis for understanding and assessing competing views. Journal of the American Statistical Association 85(411):850-855. Ladd, H.F. 1994 Measuring disparities in the fiscal condition of local governments. In Fiscal Equalization for State and Local Government Finance, J.E. Andersen, ed. New York: Praeger Publishers. Ladd, H.F., and J. Yinger 1994 The case for equalizing aid. National Tax Journal 47(1):221-224. Lindsey, L., and R. Steinberg 1990 Joint Crowdout: An Empirical Study of the Impact of Federal Grants on State Government Expenditures and Charitable Donations. NBER Working Paper No. 3226. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. Melnick, D. 2001 Précis for the Legislative Process and the Use of Indicators in Formula Allocations. Unpublished work, Dan Melnick Research, Inc. 2002 The legislative process and the use of indicators in formula allocations. Journal of Official Statistics Special Issue (September):353-370.

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Statistical Issues in Allocating Funds by Formula Tannenwald, R. 1999 Fiscal disparity among the states revisited. New England Economic Review (July/ August):3-25. 2001 Interstate Fiscal Disparity and Comparisons of Business Tax Climate for FY 1997. Unpublished paper, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Taylor, M., S. Keenan, and J. Carbonneau 2002 The Canadian Equalization Program. Journal of Official Statistics Special Issue (September):393-408. U.S. Bureau of the Census 1975 Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1970, Part 2. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce. U.S. General Accounting Office 1983 Changing Medicaid Formula Can Improve Distribution of Funds to States. GAO/ GGD-83-27. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. 1990 Federal Formula Programs: Outdated Population Data Used to Allocate Most Funds. GAO/HRD-90-145. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. 1996 Federal Grants: Design Improvements Could Help Federal Resources Go Further. GAO/AIMD-97-7. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. 1999 Formula Grants: Effects of the Adjusted Population Counts on Federal Funding to States. GAO/HEHS-99-69. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Weingroff, R.F. 2001 For the common good: The 85th anniversary of a historic partnership. Public Roads 64(5):30-45. Zaslavsky, A.M., and A.L. Schirm 2002 Interactions between survey estimates and federal funding formulas. Journal of Official Statistics Special Issue (September):371-392.

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