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July 9, 2007 | By Robert G. Lynch | OtherJuly 2007 State fact sheets from Enriching Children, Enriching the Nation by Robert G. Lynch Read news release [PDF] In his new study, Enriching Children, Enriching the Nation, economist Robert G.
April 26, 2007 | By Robert G. Lynch | BookMay 2007 | EPI book Enriching Children, Enriching the Nation Public Investment in High-Quality Prekindergarten by Robert G. Lynch View state fact sheets [released July 2007] View media kit Purchase this publication Jump to: Table of Contents | Acknowledgements | Executive Summary | Introduction | About the Author Table of Contents Acknowledgements Executive Summary Introduction Chapter 1 – The long-run benefits of investments in early childhood development: Evidence from three high-quality prekindergarten programs and Head Start Chapter 2 – The effects of a voluntary, high-quality, publicly funded, targeted prekindergarten education program on future government finances,the economy, and crime Chapter 3 – The effects of a voluntary, high-quality, publicly funded, universal prekindergarten education program on future government finances,the economy, and crime Conclusion Appendix A Appendix B Endnotes Bibliography About the Author About EPI Other books from the Economic Policy Institute Acknowledgements This report was made possible by generous support from the Foundation for Child Development, the W.K.
Exceptional Returns: Economic, Fiscal, and Social Benefits of Investment in Early Childhood Development
October 19, 2004 | By Robert G. Lynch | BookOctober 2004 | EPI Book Exceptional Returns Economic, Fiscal, and Social Benefits of Investment in Early Childhood Development By Robert G.
March 19, 2004 | By Robert G. Lynch | BookJump to: Executive Summary | Introduction | About The Author Purchase Rethinking Growth Strategies online Table of contents Executive summary vii Introduction 1 Chapter 1: Common arguments for state and local tax cuts and incentives 3 The tax burden argument 4 The supply-side argument 7 The demand-side argument 9 The business-climate argument 10 The competitiveness argument 12 Chapter 2: An overview of the literature on state and local tax cuts and incentives 19 Chapter 3: The survey research results related to state and local tax cuts 21 Chapter 4: Statistical and econometric study results 25 Explanation of the findings of recent econometric studies 27 Analysis of the recent econometric research 28 Chapter 5: The representative firm approach 39 Chapter 6: The effects of state and local public services on economic development 43 Public spending and economic growth 43 The net effects of state and local taxes and public spending increases 44 Chapter 7: Conclusion—The policy implications of state and local taxes 47 Appendix 49 Endnotes 51 Bibliography 55 Executive summary Creating jobs and growing the economy are top priorities for state and local officials.