Tag: Dr. Beverly Bunch
Principal Investigator, Community Action Leadership Book Project, Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies, 2012-13 ($40,000).
Supervised research team, which include two faculty, a staff member, and a graduate student.
Principal/Co-Principal Investigator, Community Services Block Grant Annual Reports and Book Project, Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies (IACAA), 2008-2015 (total $88,608).
Supervised research team that studied leadership and management practices of local community action leaders who work to prevent and mitigate poverty. Wrote/oversaw the preparation of
Illinois had fiscal challenges prior to COVID-19, including a structural budget deficit, large unfunded pension and OPEB liabilities, minuscule reserves, and a significant backlog of
Principal Investigator for UIS Team, Truth and Integrity in State Budgeting Project, Volcker Alliance, 2016 – 2020. (Phase I – IV, $173,220)
UIS was one of eight universities nationwide that worked with the Volcker Alliance (headed by Paul Volcker, prior Chairman of the Federal Reserve) to document
Pending demographic trends during the next decade and beyond will have important impacts on how local governments finance the services they provide. Expected population declines
In the years following the Great Recession, the State of Illinois has faced serious fiscal challenges including relatively slow economic growth, large unfunded public pension