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Handbook of Debt Management

Edited by Gerald J. Miller

CRC Press – 1996 – 984 pages

Series: Public Administration and Public Policy

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    978-0-8247-9388-3
    February 29th 1996

Description

Examining various methods of debt management used in the US., Handbook of Debt Management, provides a comprehensive analysis of securities offered for sale by municipalities, states, and the federal government. The book covers laws regarding municipal bonds, the economic choice between debt and taxes and the tax-exempt status of municipal bond owners, capital budgeting, including state and local government practices, developing governmental and intergovernmental debt policies, pay-as-you-go with debt financing for capital projects, US Internal Revenue Service regulations on arbitrage in state and local government debt proceeds investment, US treasury auctions, and more.

Contents

STATE AND LOCAL DEBT MANAGEMENT

South Carolina V. Baker

Preserving the Federal-State-Local Partnership: The Role of Tax-Exempt Financing, Anthony Commission on Public Finance

Municipal Debt Finance: Implications of Tax Exempt Municipal Bonds, Peter Fortune

The Role of Federal Taxation in the Supply of Municipal Bonds: Evidence from Municipal Governments, Gilbert E. Metcalf

Do Tax-Exempt Bonds Really Subsidize Municipal Capital?, Roger H. Gordon and Gilbert E. Metcalf

Nothing is Certain but Debt and Taxes: The Conditional Irrelevance of Municipal Capital Structure, G. Marc Choate and Fred Thompson

Public Authorities and Government Debt: Practices and Issues, Jerry Mitchell

BUDGETING FOR CAPITAL ASSETS

Risk Assessment in Government Capital Budgeting, Gerald J. Miller

Capital Investment Strategy, Gerald J. Miller

Strategic Planning and Capital Budgeting: A Primer, Arie Halachmi and Jerry A. Gianakis

State Capital Budgeting: The Case of New Jersey Under Thomas Kean, William H. Eldridge

FORMULATING DEBT POLICY

State and Local Debt Policy and Management, James R. Ramsey and Merl Hackbart

Developing Formal Debt Policies, Richard Larkin and James Joseph

Understanding and Forecasting Condition or Ability to Repay Debt: Report of the Capital Debt Affordability Committee on Recommended Debt Authorizations for Fiscal Year 1993, Capital Debt Affordability Committee, State of Maryland

City Debt Policy: Policy Options Analysis for Debt Service, Capital Program, and Bond Schedule, City of Dallas Department of Budget and Management Services

Intergovernmental Cooperation Produces a Comprehensive Debt Management Program in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Gary Norstem, Greg Blees, and Eugene Schiller

NEW ISSUE FINANCING

The Pay-As-You-Go Concept in Municipal Financing, Bernard Smith

State Practices for Financing Capital Projects, Unites States General Accounting Office

Stability and Turnover in Self-Serving Debt Networks, Gerald J. Miller

Choosing an Underwriter for a Negotiated Bond Sale, Tom McLoughlin

ISSUE STRUCTURE

Municipal Bond Issue Structuring, Amy V. Puelz

DISCLOSURE

The Objectives of Municipal Disclosure: Epitomizing the Issuer's Credit Quality, Thomas A. Dorsey

Municipal Securities Disclosure: Amendments to U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 15c2-12, United States Securities and Exchange Commission

RATING DEBT

Municipal Bond Ratings and Municipal Debt Management, Anthony L. Loviscek and Frederick D. Crowley

Formal Regulatory Handle Needed for NRSRO Designation: Part I, Richard Y. Roberts

Formal Regulatory Handle Needed for NRSRO Designation: Part II, Richard Y. Roberts

Information Needed for Rating Municipal Bonds and Notes

The Role of Economic Factors in Moody's Credit Analysis, Edward Krauss and Alfred Medioli

The Role of Finical Factors in Moody's Credit Analysis, Paul Devine and Robert W. Stanley

The Role of Administrative Factors in Moody's Credit Analysis, Michael Johnston

The Role of Debt Position and Debt Management in Moody's Credit Analysis, Steven Bocamazo

The Role of Legal Factors in Moody's Credit Analysis, James H. Burr and Katherine McManus

MARKETING, SALES, AND UNDERWRITING

Bid Evaluation for Competitive Bond Sales: NIC vs. TIC, Tom McLoughlin

The Valuation of Municipal Bond Bids: Four Solutions, Harold Bierman, Jr.

Applying the Bierman Technique: Municipal Bond Bid Valuation, Robert W. Zinn

Understanding the Underwriting Spread, California Debt Advisory Commission

MANAGING ACCUMULATED DEBT

Tax-Exempt and U. S. Department of Treasury, Michele M. Patrick and George J. Whelan

The Anatomy of a Municipal Bond Default, W. Bartley Hildreth National Debt Management

WHERE NATIONAL DEBT COMES FROM

Current and Capital Budgets, A. Premchand

Capital Budgeting for the Federal Government: Managing the Deficit by Redefinition, John L. Mikesell

Federal Deficits and Financing the National Debt, Marcia Lynn Whicker

The Debt Burden: What You Don't See, John B. Carlson

PRINCIPLES OF DEBT MANAGEMENT

Government Debt Management, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

An Essay on Principles of Debt Management, James Tobin

Principles of Debt Management, Earl R. Rolph

How to Manage the National Debt: A Symposium, Seymour E. Harris

Notes on Managing the Public Debt, Lawrence H. Seltzer

Government Debt and Private Investment Policy, Charles C. Abbot

Debt Management and Inflation, Richard A. Musgrave

Comments on the Symposium, Alvin H. Hansen

Managing the Public Debt, D. Keith Sill

Indexed Bonds as an Aid to Economic Policy, Robert L. Hetzel

DEBT SALES IN THE UNITED STATES

Treasury Auction Issues, United States Department of the Treasury, United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System How the U. S. Treasury Should Auction Its Debt, V. V. Chari and Robert J. Weber

An Analysis of Potential Treasury Auction Techniques, Vincent R. Reinhart

Auctioning Treasury Securities, E. J. Stevens and Diana Dumitru

IS DEBT EVER REPAID?

Can the Government Roll Over Its Debt Forever?, Andrew B. Abel

Appendices

Appendix I: Study Outline: Municipal Securities Representative Qualification Examination, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board

Appendix II: Study Outline: Municipal Securities Principal Qualification Examination, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board

Appendix III: Glossary of Municipal Securities Terms, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board

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Description: Edited by Gerald J. Miller. Examining various methods of debt management used in the US., Handbook of Debt Management, provides a comprehensive analysis of securities offered for sale by municipalities, states, and the federal government. The book covers laws regarding municipal...
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