The School of Public & Environmental Affairs at Indiana University will host the microconference, “Federal, State, and Local Budgets in Jeopardy: A Conference on America’s Fiscal Future” from Thursday, April 30th, to Saturday, May 2nd, on their campus in Bloomington, IN.
This conference features numerous plenary panels on a variety of budgeting issues at all levels of government. Topics include budget reform, forecasting, policy and fiscal federalism. Research from noted scholars will provide the focus for each session, with commentary from expert and experienced discussants.
The conference will start with a reception on Thursday evening, followed by sessions all day Friday and Saturday morning.
In addition, a keynote speech by Paul Posner of George Mason University will evaluate the growing environment of “Fiscal Austerity and the Eclipse of ‘Fend-for-Yourself-Federalism.”
Click here for registration, conference schedule and lodging information. For more information, contact Allison Howell at email@example.com.