The International Center for Public Policy has published a working paper series and occasional papers since 1997 on public policy topics in developed and developing countries. The primary objective of this working paper series is to disseminate academic research and findings quickly and stimulate discussion to expand knowledge, instill optimal practice and build capacity in the public sector around the world to improve human wellbeing.
Our primary areas of interest are fiscal decentralization and local governance, tax policy, and public budgeting and fiscal management in the global context. However, our working paper series is open to other public policy topics and papers that are centered on the United States, but may have international relevance.
All views expressed in this working paper series are entirely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the International Center for Public Policy, Andrew Young School, or Georgia State University. All papers should be cited properly with reference to the author, institution, and working paper series.ICePP Working Papers