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Fiscal responses to COVID‐19: Evidence from local governments and nonprofits
CS Maher, T Hoang, A Hindery
Public Administration Review 80 (4), 644-650, 2020
2492020
Retrospective voting in gubernatorial elections: 1982 and 1986
CJ Svoboda
Political Research Quarterly 48 (1), 135-150, 1995
1471995
Local fiscal distress: Measurement and prediction
E Gorina, C Maher, M Joffe
Public Budgeting & Finance 38 (1), 72-94, 2018
1392018
Revisiting Kenneth Brown’s “10-point test”
CS Maher, K Nollenberger
Government Finance Review 25 (5), 61-66, 2009
1322009
Municipal responses to fiscal stress
CS Maher, SC Deller
Intl Journal of Public Administration 30 (12-14), 1549-1572, 2007
1192007
Measuring municipal fiscal condition: Do objective measures of fiscal health relate to subjective measures?
CS Maher, SC Deller
Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management 23 (3), 427-450, 2011
872011
Categorical municipal expenditures with a focus on the flypaper effect
SC Deller, CS Maher
Public Budgeting & Finance 25 (3), 73-90, 2005
822005
A model of asymmetries in the flypaper effect
SC Deller, CS Maher
Publius: the journal of federalism 36 (2), 213-229, 2006
792006
The impact of tax and expenditure limits on municipal credit ratings
CS Maher, SC Deller, JI Stallmann, S Park
The American Review of Public Administration 46 (5), 592-613, 2016
602016
Tax and expenditure limitations and state credit ratings
JI Stallmann, S Deller, L Amiel, C Maher
Public Finance Review 40 (5), 643-669, 2012
542012
Wisconsin local government, state shared revenues and the illusive flypaper effect
S Deller, C Maher, V Lledo
Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management 19 (2), 200-220, 2007
54*2007
Measuring the impacts of TELs on municipal financial conditions
CS Maher, SC Deller
Handbook of local government fiscal health, 405-430, 2013
472013
Surveying the effects of limitations on taxes and expenditures: What do/don’t we know
JI Stallmann, CS Maher, SC Deller, S Park
Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs 3 (2), 197-222, 2017
412017
When do online education technologies enhance student engagement? A case of distance education at University of Nebraska at Omaha
TK Bryan, R Lutte, J Lee, P O’Neil, CS Maher, AB Hoflund
Journal of Public Affairs Education 24 (2), 255-273, 2018
392018
The effects of tax and expenditure limitations (TELs) on municipal fiscal outcomes during a period of fiscal distress
JH Park, S Park, CS Maher
Public Finance and Management 18 (1), 84-110, 2018
392018
Toward a theory of fiscal slack
E Gorina, C Maher, S Park
Public Budgeting & Finance 39 (4), 48-74, 2019
372019
Government financial management and the coronavirus pandemic: A comparative look at South Korea and the United States
S Park, CS Maher
The American Review of Public Administration 50 (6-7), 590-597, 2020
362020
Does the restrictiveness of state tax and expenditure limitations affect state revenues and expenditures?
L Amiel, S Deller, J Stallmann, C Maher
International Journal of Public Administration 37 (4), 237-248, 2014
352014
Assessing the Relationship Between Objective and Subjective Measures of Fiscal Condition Using Government‐W ide Statements
CS Maher, SC Deller
Public Budgeting & Finance 33 (3), 115-136, 2013
322013
Assessing fiscal distress in small county governments
CS Maher, JW Oh, WJ Liao
Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management 32 (4), 691-711, 2020
302020
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