Fiscal Aspects of Public Education: VIII. Relationships between Items of Expenditure
by Edward C. Elliott - 1905
Implications of the Variability. In the previous discussion concerning variability, the question was raised as to the probable relationships which might exist between the various items of expenditure. Do the cities that spend a larger proportion than is ordinary of their total expenditures for the maintenance and operation of public schools also spend a larger proportion than is ordinary for libraries, for street lighting, for police service, for protection of health, etc.?
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