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Does Oregon Need a Rainy Day Fund? Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle


Bruce Gates


Willamette University - Atkinson Graduate School of Management

Fred Thompson


Willamette University - Atkinson Graduate School of Management

Jessica Brown


National Geographic Society

Jason Page


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Ryuzaburo Yoshida


SECOM Co., Ltd. - Business Development Division


State Tax Notes, Vol. 36, No. 2, April 11, 2005

Abstract:     
The authors write that Oregon couldn't afford to establish a rainy day fund; borrowing in times of state fiscal crisis is cheaper. The only workable alternative to countercyclical saving or borrowing is a substantial overhaul of Oregon's revenue code, and that's a high price to pay for fiscal stability, the authors say.

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Date posted: April 11, 2005  

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Gates, Bruce and Thompson, Fred and Brown, Jessica and Page, Jason and Yoshida, Ryuzaburo, Does Oregon Need a Rainy Day Fund? Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle. State Tax Notes, Vol. 36, No. 2, April 11, 2005. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=701662

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Bruce Gates (Contact Author)
Willamette University - Atkinson Graduate School of Management ( email )
900 State Street
Salem, OR 97301
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Fred Thompson
Willamette University - Atkinson Graduate School of Management ( email )
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Salem, OR 97301
United States
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503-370-3011 (Fax)
Jessica Brown
National Geographic Society
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Jason Page
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ( email )
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
United States
Ryuzaburo Yoshida
SECOM Co., Ltd. - Business Development Division ( email )
Medical Department
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Japan
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81-3-5775-8030 (Fax)
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