Goldsmith counsels state to trim spending
University economist surveys Alaska’s savings and expected oil revenue and predicts calamity with ‘business as usual’ budgeting
For Petroleum News
Scott Goldsmith, a University of Alaska Anchorage economist, long has warned the state government not to overspend.
Recently, he repeated that admonition in an update to his “maximum sustainable yield” research series.
Goldsmith endeavors to estimate how much Alaska’s state government can afford to....
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Are legislators listening?
$74 billion in oil revenue
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