Scholarship on mandates has demonstrated certain negative economic impacts of mandated
employee benefits (Summers 1989; Gruber 1994), and employer mandated
health insurance (Klerman and Goldman 1994).
Nine students indicated that their agencies' in-service training curriculum was constructed around the needs of the agency and mandated
topics, which personnel often resented due in large part to the perceived minimization of the officers' intelligence and abilities and curricula not tailored for adult learners and their career objectives.
teachers need to stick to the basics in teaching so that students may do well on mandated
It was further explained there was no provision in the League's Covenant for individual member states to make such requests in regard to the administration of a mandated
territory: the "moral idea" was not to take precedence over the rule of law.
After the discussion, therapists were asked to discuss mandated
reporting in general.
benefits are a predictable strategy for a society whose fondness for public services far exceeds its willingness to pay for them," stated Jon R.
How can the IRS ensure the independence of Appeals (as mandated
by RRA) while intimating that valuation disputes--which are inherently factual--can be resolved in a formulary, cookie-cutter manner?
The first installment of the new Mandate Monitor shows states will be forced to spend nearly 6 percent of their general fund revenues during fiscal year 2004 on federally mandated
Boyle commended the TEI representatives who have worked with the IRS to overcome the challenges and narrow the differences between what the IRS has mandated
, what vendors can deliver, and what taxpayers should be required to do.
In January 2001, we reported that the Treasury Department instituted a formal process in 1999 to systematically promote congressionally mandated
policies at the Fund.