Fiscal Analysis

 

All reports, by year


 

2017

How Public Pension Plan Investment Risk Affects Funding and Contribution Risk
Yimeng Yin and Donald J. Boyd
January 2017

Investment return Volatility and The Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension Plan
Donald J. Boyd,  Yimeng Yin
February 2017

Changing Demographics and State Tax Collections
Don Boyd
February 24, 2017

State Revenue Report:
Weak Tax Revenue Growth in the Third and Fourth Quarters of 2016 Amid Uncertainty About Federal Tax Changes
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
March 2017

By the Numbers:
Weak Revenue Forecasts, Large Uncertainties Ahead

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
March 2017

Investment Return Volatility and the Michigan State Employees’ Retirement System
Yimeng Yin and Donald J. Boyd
March 2017

By the Numbers: 
235,000 Job Growth in February Is Good News for the Economy, But State and Local Government Job Growth Remains Weak
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
March 2017

By the Numbers:
Another Lackluster Year for State Tax Revenue

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
May 2017

The Effects of State-Level Tax and Expenditure Limitations on Revenues and Expenditures
Suho Bae and Thomas Gais
May 21, 2017

State Revenue Report #107 State Tax Revenues in Flux
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
June 2017

State Revenue Report: 
State Tax Revenues in Flux

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
June 2017

State Revenue Report: 
Shortfalls on States’ April Tax Returns: Trump Effect, Weak Economy, or Both?
Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
July 2017

Investment Return Volatility and the Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System
Yimeng Yin and Donald J. Boyd
August 2017

Investment Return Volatility and the Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System
Yimeng Yin and Donald J. Boyd
August 2017

State Revenue Report: 
Volatility in State Tax Revenues; Mounting Fiscal Uncertainties

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
September 2017

Giving or Getting? New York’s Balance of Payments with the Federal Government
September 2017

A Review of State Tax History
Don Boyd, Lucy Dadayan
October 5, 2017

By the Numbers: 
Running the Model Backwards: Using Rockefeller Institute Tax Data to Gain Insight into the Economy

Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
October 16, 2017

 

2016

State Revenue Report: 
Widespread Declines in State Tax Revenues in the Second Quarter of 2016

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd

State and Local Government Unfunded Pension Liabilities Rise by $268 billion in the Third Quarter of 2015
Donald J. Boyd, Yimeng Yin
January 2016

By the Numbers: 
Powerball Fever: State Budget Bonanza? Or False Hopes?
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
January 2016

By the Numbers: 
Double, Double, Oil, and Trouble

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
February 2016

State Revenue Report: 
Softening Third-Quarter Growth in State Taxes, Weak Forecasts for Fiscal 2016 and 2017

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
March 2016

State Budget Stress: Pennsylvania in the National Context
Don Boyd
April 26, 2016

The State of The States
Lucy Dadayan
April 28, 2016

State Revenues From Gambling Short-Term Relief, Long-Term Disappointment
Lucy Dadayan
April 2016

By the Numbers: 
Will April Income Tax Returns Surprise States?
Donald Boyd, Lucy Dadayan
April 2016

Public Pension Funding Practices
Don Boyd, Yimeng Yin
June 2016

State Revenues From Gambling: Short-Term Relief, Long-Term Disappointment
Lucy Dadayan
July 16, 2016

State Revenues from Gambling
Lucy Dadayan
August 9, 2016

Public Pension Funding Risks
Don Boyd, Yimeng Yin
August 10, 2016

State Revenue Report: 
Weak Stock Market and Declines in Oil Prices Depressed State Tax Revenues
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
September 2016

State Revenue Report: 
Weak Stock Market and Declines in Oil Prices Depressed State Tax Revenues
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
September 2016

Standards and Metrics for Public Retirement Systems
Don Boyd, Yimeng Yin
September 26, 2016

Update on State Revenues NASBO Fall Meeting Alexandria, VA
Don Boyd
October 14, 2016

Assessment and Disclosure of Risk Associated with Measuring Pension Obligations and Determining Pension Plan Contributions
Don Boyd
October 31, 2016

Investment Return Volatility and the University Of California Retirement Plan
Donald J. Boyd, Yimeng Yin
November 2016

The Interplay Between Retirement Plan Funding Policies, Contribution Volatility, and Funding Risk
Don Boyd, Yimeng Yin
November 10, 2016

National Tax Association Annual Conference on Taxation
Donald J. Boyd, Lucy Dadayan
November 11, 2016

Public Pension Funding Risk: Pennsylvania in the National Context
Don Boyd
November 15, 2016

Pension Demographic Characteristics
Donald J. Boyd, Yimeng Yin
December 2016

Demographic Policy Brief
Donald J. Boyd, Yimeng Yin
December 2016

State & Local Government Pension Risks
Don Boyd, Yimeng Yin
December 1, 2016

 

2015

By the Numbers: 
States Forecast Slow Tax Revenue Growth in 2017 and Over the Longer Term

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
December 2015

By the Numbers: 
2015 Was a Good Year for State Revenue Forecasters, But the Road Ahead Is Uncertain
Donald Boyd, Lucy Dadayan
December 2015

State Revenue Report: 
Another Strong Tax Quarter for the States, But Less Promising Forecasts for Fiscal 2016

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
November 2015

State Revenue Report: 
States Enjoy Growth in Tax Revenues in the First Quarter of 2015

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
September 2015

The Economy Recovers While State Finances Lag
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
June 2015

Strong Growth in Overall Income Tax Revenues Despite Weak Withholding
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
June 2015

Windfall April Surprises
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
June 2015

State Revenue Report: 
Steady Growth for State Tax Revenues; Long Road to Fiscal Recovery

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
May 2015

State Revenues from Gambling Show Weakness Despite Gambling Expansion
Lucy Dadayan
March 23, 2015

Managing Volatile Tax Collections in State Revenue Forecasts
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, The PEW Charitable Trusts
March 2015

State Revenue Report: 
After Weak Performance in the First Half of 2014, Tax Revenues Resume Growth in the Third Quarter

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
February 2015

Good News for Private Sector Jobs, Bad News for State-Local Government Jobs
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
January 12, 2015

 

2014

Sunshine After the Rain: Revenue Collections Resume Growth After Declines in the First Half of 2014
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
December 12, 2014

State Revenue Report: 
Personal Income Tax Revenues Decline for the Second Consecutive Quarter

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
November 2014

State Tax Revenue Forecasting Accuracy
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
September 2014

“April Surprises” Left Many States with Bad News
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
September 17, 2014

State Revenue Report: 
After Four Years of Uninterrupted Growth, Tax Revenues Decline in the First Quarter

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
August 2014

April “Surprises” More Surprising Than Expected
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
June 2014

How Surprising Will April Surprises Be?
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
May 6, 2014

State Revenue Report: 
Personal Income Tax Revenues Show Significant Softening in the Fourth Quarter of 2013

Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
April 2014

State Tax Revenues Slip Back to Slower Growth
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
March 11, 2014

Strengthening the Security of Public Sector Defined Benefit Plans
Donald J. Boyd, Peter J. Kiernan
January 2014

December 2013 Figures Reveal Weak Growth in Private Jobs and Declines in State and Local Government Jobs
Lucy Dadayan, Donald J. Boyd
January 15, 2014

 

2013

State Revenue Report: 
State Tax Revenues Continue Slow Rebound
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
February 2013

State Revenue Report: 
State Tax Revenue Growth Slows Sharply in the Third Quarter of 2013 as Atypical Factors That Propped Up Prior Growth Fade

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
December 19, 2013

State Revenue Report: 
Strong Growth in the First Half; Softening Growth Outlook for the Rest of 2013

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
December 2013

States Reported the Strongest Growth in Personal Income Tax Collections Since the Great Recession
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
September 18, 2013

State Revenue Report: 
Strong Tax Revenue Growth in the First Quarter; Mounting Uncertainty for the Rest of 2013
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
August 2013

Public Sector Pension Reform: Addressing Pressing Fiscal Realities from a Long-Term Perspective
Thomas L. Gais, Paul J. Yakoboski

Time Bandits? State Income Taxes Surge in April
Don Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
May 8, 2013

State Revenue Report: 
States Are Not Out of the Woods Despite Strong Revenue Gains in the Fourth Quarter
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
April 2013

State Tax Revenues Continue Slow Rebound
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
February 2013

The Depth and Length of Cuts in State-Local Government Employment Is Unprecedented
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
January 2013

 

2012

State Tax Revenues Showed Continued Yet Slow Growth in the Third Quarter of 2012
Lucy Dadayan
December 13, 2012

State Revenue Report: 
Sales Tax Revenues Show Slowest Growth in the Last Two Years

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
October 2012

Growth in State Tax Revenues Continued in the Second Quarter of 2012
Lucy Dadayan
September 19, 2012

State Revenue Report: 
Tax Revenues Continue to Grow in Early 2012
Lucy Dadayan
August 2012

The Impact of the Great Recession on Local Property Taxes
Lucy Dadayan
July 2012

Changes in the Midwest: Recession, Recovery, and Regional Realignments
Thomas L. Gais
July 16, 2012

Federal, State & Local Education Finances
Thomas Gais & Lucy Dadayan
May 22, 2012

State Revenue Report: 
Tax Revenues Surpass Previous Peak But Growth Softens Once Again

Lucy Dadayan
April 2012

State & Local Government Jobs Continue to Decline in Most States
Lucy Dadayan
February 2012

State Revenue Report: 
Tax Revenue Keeps Rising, But Growth Again Ticks Downward
Lucy Dadayan
January 2012

 

2011

Giving and Getting: Regional Distribution of Revenue and Spending in the New York State Budget, Fiscal Year 2009-10
Donald Boyd, Lucy Dadayan, Lisa M. Montiel, Robert B. Ward, Courtney Wolf, Charles Brecker
December 2011

State and Local Government Employment Shows Broad, Continuing Declines
Lucy Dadayan and Robert Ward
July 22, 2011

Using Monte Carlo Simulations to Establish a New House Price Stress Test
James R. Follain and Seth H. Giertz
June 2011

Cracks in the Crystal Ball: Errors in States’ Revenue Estimating
Robert B. Ward
October 19, 2011

State Revenue Report: 
PIT, Overall Tax Revenues Show Strong Growth in Second Quarter
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
October 2011

The Surprise Economy: Why Has New York Been Outperforming the Nation?
Robert B. Ward
August 31, 2011

State Revenue Report: 
Robust Revenue Gains Continue in First Quarter and Early Second Quarter

Lucy Dadayan
July 2011

Back in the Black: States’ Gambling Revenues Rose in 2010
Lucy Dadayan and Robert B. Ward
June 23, 2011

State Revenue Report: 
Tax Revenues Finished 2010 Strong; Growth Continues in Early 2011

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
April 2011

State & Local Financial Update: Annual Meeting of the Government Investment Officers Association
Donald J. Boyd
March 18, 2011

States’ Revenue Estimating Report
March 2011

Stop us before we tax again
Donald J. Boyd
February 8, 2011

State Revenue Report: 
State Tax Revenues Gained New Strength in Fourth Quarter

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
February 2011

Economic Perspectives on State & Local Taxes
Donald J. Boyd
January 21, 2011

 

2010

The Fiscal Environment & State Tax Reform
Donald J. Boyd
December 11, 2010

National Trends in State and Local Government Employment and Finances
Donald J. Boyd
December 7, 2010

State Tax Revenues Rebound Further, Growing For Third Straight Quarter
Lucy Dadayan and Donald Boyd
November 30, 2010

Cuts in local government employment accelerated sharply in September
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
October 2010

State Revenue Report: 
Revenue Now Growing in Most States; Sales Tax Gains 5.7 Percent in 2nd Quarter

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
October 2010

State and Local Government Employment are Down Since the Start of the Recession
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
August 2010

State Tax Revenues Are Slowly Rebounding
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
August 30, 2010

State and Local Government Employment Is Down in 31 States – And Up In 18 – Compared With A Year Ago
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
July 2010 

State Revenue Report: 
After Disastrous 2009, States Report Modest Revenue Growth in Early 2010

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
July 2010

Overall State Tax Revenue Is Up, But Losers Still Outnumber Gainers
Lucy Dadayan
June 3, 2010

State Revenue Report: 
Revenue Declines Less Severe, But States’ Fiscal Crisis Is Far From Over

Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
April 2010

State Fiscal Trends and the Federal Role
Robert B. Ward
April 15, 2010

Final Quarter of 2009 Brought Still More Declines in State Tax Revenue
Lucy Dadayan
February 23, 2010

Recession, recovery, and state-local finances
Donald J. Boyd
January 28, 2010

State Revenue Report: 
Recession or No Recession, State Tax Revenues Remain Negative

Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
January 2010

 

2009

Old News Is Bad News: Third Quarter Brings More Decline in Tax Revenues
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
November 23, 2009

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenues Show Record Drop, For Second Consecutive Quarter
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
October 2009

For the First Time, a Smaller Jackpot: Trends in State Revenues from Gambling
Lucy Dadayan and Robert B. Ward
September 2009

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Decline in Early 2009 Was the Sharpest on Record
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
July 2009

April is The Cruelest Month
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
June 2009

State Revenue Report:
Sales Tax Decline in Late 2008 Was the Worst in 50 Years
Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
April 2009

Stability and Volatility in New York’s Income Tax
Donald J. Boyd
March 12, 2009

State Tax Revenue Declined Sharply in Fourth Quarter
Lucy Dadayan and Donald J. Boyd
March 12, 2009

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Falling Sharply in Fourth Quarter, Early Data Show
Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
January 2009

What Will Happen to State Budgets When the Money Runs Out?
Donald J. Boyd
February 19, 2009

 

2008

The Property Tax in New York State: Condition Report
Lucy Dadayan and Robert Ward
December 2008

State Tax Revenue Now Flat, for the First Time Since 2002 Recession: After Weak Third Quarter, Further Declines Likely Lie Ahead
Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
November 6, 2008

The State Revenue Outlook: National Association of State Budget Officers Fall 2008 Annual Meeting
Donald J. Boyd
October 18, 2008

State Revenue Report:
The Damage Is Just Beginning Sales and Property Taxes Weaken; Sharp Drop in Income Taxes Appears Near-Certain

Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
October 2008

The New Retrenchment: Social Welfare Spending, 1977-2006
Thomas Gais and Lucy Dadayan
September 15, 2008

State Revenue Report:
State Taxes Slow Yet Again, and Further Weakening Appears Likely Mid-Year Budget Cuts May Lie Ahead

Donald Boyd, Lucy Dadayan
July 2008

From a Bonanza to a Blue Chip? Gambling Revenue to the States
Lucy Dadayan, Nino Giguashvili, and Robert B. Ward
June 19, 2008

State Revenue Flash Report: Sales Tax Declines in Most States
Donald J. Boyd and Lucy Dadayan
May 1, 2008

Recessions and State-Local Finances: Presentation to Fidelity Investments
Donald J. Boyd
March 14, 2008

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Weakens Still Further, While Costs Rise Sharply
Lucy Dadayan and Robert B. Ward
March 2008

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Falters Again
Alison J. Grinnell
January 2008

The New Retrenchment: Social Welfare Spending, 1977-2006
Thomas Gais and Lucy Dadayan
September 15, 2008

 

2007

State Revenue Report:
State Sales Tax Revenue Tenuous for Second Consecutive Quarter

Alison J. Grinnell, Robert B. Ward
September 2007

State Revenue Report:
Personal Income Tax Revenue Rebounds As Sales Tax Falters

Alison J. Grinnell and Robert B. Ward
June 2007

The Effects Of State Level Tax And Expenditure Limitations On Revenues And Expenditures
Suho Bae and Thomas Gais
May 21, 2007

State Revenue Report:
Fourth Quarter 2006 State Tax Revenue Report — A Cautionary Tale

Alison Grinnell and Lucy Dadayan
March 2007

Governors Stress Similar Themes in Annual Messages
Brian T. Stenson and Alison J. Grinnell
February 2007

 

2006

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Showing Signs of Slowdown

Brian T. Stenson with Nai-Ling Kuo
December 2006

State Revenue Preview
Nai-Ling Kuo and Brian T. Stenson
November 2006

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Shows Broad Strength

Brian T. Stenson with Nai-Ling Kuo
September 2006

State Revenue Preview
Nai-Ling Kuo and Brian T. Stenson
August 2006

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Rebounds on Strength in South and West

Brian T. Stenson, Nai-Ling Kuo
June 2006

Rising Energy Prices May Not Be a Windfall for All Government Budgets
Brian Stenson
May 2006

The 2001 Recession Continues to Affect State Budgets
Donald Boyd
April 2006

Retiree Pensions and Health Benefits: State and Local Governments Face New Budget Challenges
Donald Boyd
April 2006

Solid Footing for State Finances: Fiscal Year 2005 Tax Revenue Summary
Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2006

Four State Budget Plans Show Disparate Fiscal Pictures
Patricia L. Billen and Brian T. Stenson
March 2006

State Revenue Report:
A Blip? State Tax Revenue Growth Weakens in the Fourth Quarter
Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2006

Governors’ Budgets Reflect Strong Revenue Growth
Brian T. Stenson
February 2006

2005 Tax and Budget Review
Nicholas W. Jenny
January 2006

Governor Pataki Presents 2006-07 Executive Budget
Brian T. Stenson and Nicholas W. Jenny
January 2006

 

2005

State Budgets Recent Trends And Outlook
Donald J.Boyd
2005

State Governments Rely Heavily on Federal Grants and Local Governments Rely Heavily on State Grants
2005

Most Southern States Rely Heavily on State and Local General Sales Taxes
2005

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Off to a Flying Start for Fiscal Year 2006

Nicholas W. Jenny
December 2005

State Revenue Report:
Strong Revenue Growth Continues in Most States

Nicholas W. Jenny
September 2005

State Revenue Report:
2005 Opens with Strong State Tax Revenue Growth

Nicholas W. Jenny
June 2005

New Census Data Offer Glimpse of States’ Early Responses to the Fiscal Crisis
Donald Boyd
April 2005

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Ends 2004 in Solid Shape

Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2005

State Finances Begin Recovery: Fiscal Year 2004 Tax Revenue Summary
Nicholas W. Jenny
February 2005

State and Local Governments Face Continued Fiscal Pressure
Donald Boyd
January 2005

State Finances: Improvement, But Pressures and Risks
Donald Boyd
January 13, 2005

 

2004

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue on Upward Track
Nicholas W. Jenny
December 2004

State Tax Revenue Continues Strong Growth
Nicholas W. Jenny
November 2004

2004 Tax and Budget Review
Nicholas W. Jenny
November 2004

Federal-State Fiscal Relationships In The United States: Implications for Border States
Donald J. Boyd
November 19, 2004

State Finances: Not Out of the Woods Yet
Donald J. Boyd
September 20, 2004

State Revenue Report:
No Big Surprise, State Tax Revenue Continues Recovery

Nicholas W. Jenny
September 2004

Strong Finish For Many States’ Fiscal Years Preliminary April-June Quarterly state Tax Revenue Data
Nicholas W. Jenny
August 2004

State Prison Building Boom May Be Over But Spending On Prison Operations Continue To Grow
Lucy Dadayan
July 7, 2004

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Recovery Gathering Steam

Nicholas W. Jenny
June 2004

The State Personal Income Tax Recovers A Snapshot of Recent Trends
Nicholas W. Jenny
May 2004

State Tax Revenue Growth Gains Momentum Preliminary January-March Quarterly Data
Nicholas W. Jenny
May 2004

State Revenue Report:
Growth Finally Stronger at the End of 2003

Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2004

State Tax Revenue Continues Slow Improvement Preliminary October-December Quarterly Data
Nicholas W. Jenny
February 2004

A Sluggish Year: Fiscal Year 2003 Tax Revenue Summary
Nicholas W. Jenny
February 2004

Is the State Fiscal Crisis Over? A 2004 State Budget Update
Donald Boyd and Victoria Wachino
January 2004

 

2003

State Fiscal Conditions: 2003 and Beyond
Donald J. Boyd
2003

2003 Tax and Budget Review
Nicholas W.Jenny
December 2003

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Grows Slightly

Nicholas W.Jenny
December 2003

State Tax Revenue Shows Slight Improvement Preliminary July-September Quarterly Data
Nicholas W.Jenny
November 2003

It’s Crunch Time for State Budgets
Richard P. Nathan, Donald J. Boyd, Nicholas W. Jenny, and Patricia L. Billen
November 13, 2003

The Current State Fiscal Crisis and its Aftermath
Donald J. Boyd, Richard P. Nathan
September 2003

The State Fiscal Crisis – How We Got Here, Where We May Be Going
Donald J. Boyd, Richard P. Nathan
September 4, 2003

State Revenue Report:
Tax Increases Shore Up State Revenue

Nicholas W. Jenny
September 2003

Underlying State Revenue Picture Remains Bleak Preliminary State Tax Revenues
Nicholas W. Jenny
August 2003

Budget Balancing Tactics
Nicholas W. Jenny and James Orsi
August 2003

What Happened to the State Personal Income Tax? Components of the Recent Decline
Nicholas W. Jenny
July 2003

State Budgetary Assumptions in 2003 — States Cautiously Projecting Recovery
Nicholas W. Jenny and Cecilla Ferradino
July 2003

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue — Slowing Again
Nicholas W. Jenny
June 2003

State Fiscal Crisis Far Worse Than Economy Would Suggest
Donald J. Boyd and Nicholas W. Jenny
May 2003

A Bad Year: Fiscal Year 2002 Tax Revenue Summary
Nicholas W. Jenny
May 2003

The Personal Income Tax Once Strong Source of State Revenue Growth Is Now Source of Budget Problems
Nicholas W. Jenny
April 2003

The Fiscal State of the States
Donald J. Boyd, Richard P. Nathan
April 30, 2003

State Revenue Report:
Sluggish State Revenue Performance Continues

Nicholas W. Jenny
April 2003

2002 Tax and Budget Review and 2003 Budget Preview
Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2003

Revenue Collections Still Weak in October-December Quarter
Nicholas W. Jenny
February 2003

 

2002

State Revenue Report:
Continued Weakness in State Tax Revenue
Nicholas W. Jenny
December 2002

Revenue Collections Remain Low in July-September Quarter
Nicholas W. Jenny
November 2002

Overview Of The Current State Fiscal Crisis
Donald J. Boyd
October 15, 2002

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Decline Accelerates

Nicholas W. Jenny
September 2002

Large Decline in April-June 2002 Quarter Caps Terrible Fiscal Year for States
Nicholas W. Jenny
August 2002

The Aging Government Workforce
Craig W. Abbey and Donald J. Boyd
July 2002

State Governments Are Not Likely To Cut Employment In The Current Fiscal Crisis
Donald J. Boyd
July 2002

State Budgetary Assumptions in 2002 – The Economic Forecast Roller Coaster
Nicholas W. Jenny
June 2002

April State Personal Income Tax Revenues Decline Severely
2002

State Revenue Report:
Worst Quarter of State Tax Revenue Decline

Nicholas W. Jenny
June 2002

State Unemployment on the Rise April 2002 Unemployment Rate Higher Than April 2001 in 47 States
Nicholas W. Jenny
May 2002

Third Quarter Has Worst State Tax Revenue Decline Yet January-March 2002 Preliminary State Revenues
Nicholas W. Jenny
May 16, 2002

The Collapse of the Corporate Income Tax
Nicholas W. Jenny
April 2002

Fiscal 2001 Tax Revenue Growth: Weakness Appears
Nicholas W. Jenny
April 2002

Growth in State Prison Populations Continues to Slow
Donald J. Boyd and Nicholas W. Jenny
April 2002

States Will Be Raising Their Economic Forecasts But May Lower Their Revenue Forecasts
Donald J. Boyd and Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2002

State Revenue Report:
A Second Quarter of Decline in State Tax Revenue

Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2002

State Tax Revenue Declines for a Second Quarter October-December 2001 Preliminary State Revenues
Nicholas W. Jenny
February 13, 2002

2001 Tax and Budget Summary
Nicholas W. Jenny
January 2002

 

2001

State Revenue Report:
Severe Decline in State Tax Revenue

Nicholas W. Jenny
December 2001

Big Drop in State Revenue in July-September 2001 Quarter
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
November 7, 2001

Sales Tax Growth Slump Gets Worse
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
October 10, 2001

State Revenue Report:
State Tax Revenue Growth Weakens Significantly
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
September 2001

State Budgets for 2002: Economic Slowdown Led States to Cut Spending and Draw on Reserves, But Tax Increases Were Rare
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
August 22, 2001

State Corporate Income Tax Collections Decline Sharply
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
July 26, 2001

Sales Tax Growth Slumps in 35 States
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
July 9, 2001

Revenue Problems Spread to the Northeast
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
June 25, 2001

State Revenue Report:
A Second Quarter of Slow State Tax Revenue Growth

Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
June 2001

State Budgetary Assumptions in 2001 — States Will Be Lowering Their Economic Forecasts
Nicholas W. Jenny and Donald J. Boyd
May 2001

State Revenue Report:
Weakest State Tax Revenue Growth in Over Seven Years

Elizabeth I. Davis and Nicholas W. Jenny
March 2001

Fiscal 2000 Tax Revenue Growth: Strongest of the Last Decade
Elizabeth I. Davis and Nicholas W. Jenny
February 2001

 

2000

State Revenue Report:
Third Quarter Revenue Still Strong But Signs of Weakness Appear

Elizabeth I. Davis
December 2000

State Fiscal Brief: 2000 Tax and Budget Summary
Nicholas W. Jenny
September 2000

State Revenue Report:
Can We Call It a Surprise The Sixth Time It Happens?

Elizabeth I. Davis and Nicholas W. Jenny
September 2000

State Fiscal Issues and Risks at the Start of a New Century
2000

States Predict Slowing But Still Strong Growth for 2000
Elizabeth I. Davis
June 2000

State Revenue Report:
Revenue Revs Up — Again

Elizabeth I. Davis
June 2000

 

1996

1996-Funding_Programs_for_Children
January 1996

 

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