Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend: Examining Its Suitability by Edited by Michael W. Howard Edited by Karl Widerquist

By Edited by Michael W. Howard Edited by Karl Widerquist

Contributors speak about the Alaska everlasting Fund (APF) and everlasting Fund Dividend (PFD) as a version either for source coverage and for social coverage. This publication explores no matter if different states, countries, or areas would receive advantages from an Alaskan-style dividend. The publication additionally seems to be at attainable ways in which the version could be altered and improved.

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3% $12,717 $31,622 Notes: 1 Fall 2010 Revenue Source Book. Alaska Department of Revenue, December 2010 2 November 30, 2010 Monthly Fund History & Project one Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. 3 Fall 2010 Revenue Source Book, Alaska Department of Revenue, December 2010. Fall 2008 Revenue Source Book, Alaska Department of Revenue, December 2008. Personal communication, J. Burnett (deputy commissioner, Alaska Department of Revenue) to G. Erickson, January 14, 2011. consumer price index for calculating the inflation-proofing amount; this transfer also requires an annual appropriation.

10. Lapham 1970, 85. 11. G. Rogers 1962, 17. 12. G. Rogers 1962, 95. 34 CLIFF GROH AND GREGG ERICKSON 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Erickson and Tussing 1984, 7–10. J. Miller 2010, 36–37. Yergin 1993, 571. The North Slope has accounted for 92 percent of all Alaska petroleum liquids produced since statehood. McMains 2011. The story of how the State of Alaska got ownership of Prudhoe Bay and the lands over other North Slope oilfields is well told in Roderick 1997.

The president had no power to force a vote on the PFD legislation, but he could ensure a recorded vote of the full Senate on any motion to remove a bill from committee and move it to the floor. Alaska State Legislature 1980d, 965–66 (vote on FCCSSB 122); and Alaska State Legislature 1980e, 754 (vote on FCCSSB 122). The legislature stated the purposes of the 1980 PFD statute (Alaska State Legislature 1980a) in subsection 1(b): 1. to provide a mechanism for equitable distribution to the people of Alaska of at least a portion of the state’s energy wealth derived from the development and production of the natural resources belonging to them as Alaskans; 2.

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