Municipal Finance Journal
Editor: W. Bartley Hildreth, Ph.D., Professor, Policy Studies, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University

Tap into today’s best thinking on tax-exempt financing for public institution

Municipal Finance Journal covers the full range of issues facing professionals who work in state and local finance and tax-exempt financing. In each quarterly issue, leading practitioners and researchers address the complicated interplay of legal, market, economic and political perspectives that affect public finance. MFJ brings you in-depth coverage of financing strategies for statutory authorities, health care institutions, private universities and other tax-exempt issuers and the latest research on contemporary municipal, county and state fiscal issues and the acquisition, allocation and management of financial resources in a competitive capital marketplace.

Each quarterly issue shares the experience of the nation’s leading experts in the field, covering all the critical issues you face in your day-to-day work:

  • Issuance strategies
  • Trends in the capital markets
  • Innovative approaches to capital financing
  • Accounting developments and standards
  • Tax law requirements
  • Alternatives for raising funds in a financial downturn
  • Factors affecting bond ratings
  • New infrastructure initiatives
  • Analysis of market segments
  • Fiscal accountability and disclosure requirements
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Journal of Taxation and Regulation of Financial Institutions

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Municipal Finance Journal
Format: Journal
Frequency: 4x annually
ISSN: 0199-6134
E-ISSN: 1933-9321
Product Code: MFJ
US $359 Print and Online—Indiv.

US $699 Print and Online—Library/Inst.

Board of Editors
Guide for Authors



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