Handbook of Public Budgeting

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Jack Rabin
CRC Press, 1992. gada 26. febr. - 760 lappuses
The Handbook is organized around two major themes: the budget process and budgeting fundamentals. Each chapter is a bibliographical treatise providing an in-depth overview of a major subfield of the disciple. The first section of the volume, on the budget process, presents background theories, histo

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Theory Concepts Methods and Issues
3
Political Dimensions of Federal Budgeting in the United States
23
Budgeting as a Cultural Phenomenon
51
Budget Reforms
67
Comparative Government Budgeting
95
An Agenda for the 1990s
125
Public Budget Execution and Management Control
147
Expenditure Forecasting
167
Productivity Measurement
387
Economic Impact of Budgeting
401
Capital Investment and Budgeting
419
APPENDICES
503
The Macroeconomic Effects of Deficit Spending A Review
557
Why Do Forecasts Differ?
571
ValueAdded Tax Issues for U S Tax Policymakers
585
Pros and Cons of a Separate Capital Budget for
601

An Overview
241
The Design of Taxes
273
Tax Expenditure Control
301
Governmental Auditing
333
Budgets Financial Management and Computers in Government
357
How Changes in Fiscal Policy Affect the Budget
635
Budget Issues State Practices for Financing Capital Projects
711
Index
727
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