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Coping through California's Budget Crises in Light of Proposition 13 and California's Fiscal Constitution
After the tax revolt: California's Proposition 13 turns 30 (2009)
  • David Gamage, Berkeley Law
Abstract

This chapter reflects on the ways in which California's fiscal constitution exacerbates the state's budget crises. Without institutional reform, California will likely experience repeated waves of increasingly severe budget crises throughout the coming decades. As such, this chapter presents and analyzes a number of alternatives for reforming California's fiscal constitution so as to ameliorate the dynamics currently leading to repeated harmful budget crises.

Publication Date
2009
Editor
Citrin, Jack and Isaac William Martin
Publisher
Berkeley Public Policy Press
Citation Information
David Gamage. "Coping through California's Budget Crises in Light of Proposition 13 and California's Fiscal Constitution" Berkeley, CAAfter the tax revolt: California's Proposition 13 turns 30 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_gamage/29/