Selected bibliography on public budgeting.

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BUDGET THEORY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR Edited by Aman Khan and W. Bartley Hildreth QUORUM BOOKS Selected Bibliography Index About the Contributors Preface Public budgeting, as a field of study, has grown tremendously in recent years of public budgeting not having a theory of its own by offering a microeconomic.

Dominated by multiple, competing, and occasionally overlapping theories, the act of budgeting is by no means a staid, dispiriting task. Kahn, Hildreth, and their group of scholars and practitioners show that budgeting is an institutional process, an incremental decision-making tool, and when correctly applied becomes a tribute to managerial and administrative efficiency.

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"Budgeting for Public Managers" is concise, clearly written, well illustrated, and grounded in the real-world concerns of public managers. Paul N. Courant (born January 5, ) is an American economist who is an expert in public recent research focuses on the economics of universities, the economics of libraries and archives, and the impact of new information technologies on the scholarly publishing mater: Princeton University, Swarthmore College.

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This is a general book on public budgeting. Its purpose is to survey the current state of the art of budgeting among all levels of government in the United States. Where their inclu-sion would be illustrative, examples from other countries and from some nongovernmental organizations are used.

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OECD Journal on Budgeting To understand this situation, this book compares legal frameworks for budgeting in 13 selected OECD countries. It presents detailed case studies of national budget system laws and identifies why the legal frameworks differ so much.

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The Basics of Public Budgeting and Financial Management brings budgetary theory and practice together, filling the void between the two that has existed in the field of budgeting and public finance.

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