Handbook on Public Budgeting and Financial Management

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Jack Rabin, Thomas Dexter Lynch
M. Dekker, 1983 - Political Science - 623 pages

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Contents

Theoretical Debates Applicable to Budgeting
3
91
32
Response to Environmental Demands
40
Changes Resulting from Existing
54
The Executive Branch
71
Budgeting Reforms in Perspective
89
Post1960 Budgetary Reforms
95
Budgeting and Role Organization
Special Problems in Forecasting Revenues
304
References
313
Governmental Accounting
317
Basic Governmental Accounting Procedures
324
Generally Accepted Principles of Governmental Accounting
330
Administering Revenue Systems
345
Automatic Revenue Systems
360
Government Financial Reporting and Auditing
367

State Government 79
79
Budgeting Reforms in Perspective 89
89
Post1960 Budgetary Reforms 95
95
National Development Through Budgeting
125
Allocating Financial Resources
135
II
161
A Case Study
185
II
193
Expenditure Forecasting
209
ExpenditureForecasting Techniques
219
Future Trends in Expenditure Forecasting
277
An Administrative Perspective
287
The Econometric Revolution
298
Budgeting and Public Management
401
Legislative Budgeting
417
Risk Management and Pension Systems
457
Budgets and Computers in Government
493
Corruption and Budgeting
509
Summary and Conclusions
534
Measurement Methods
547
Economic Impact of Budgeting
565
Disaggregate Impacts
578
Capital Inprovement Programming
585
Author Index
601
Subject Index
613
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