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The Resource Public budgeting : policy, process, and politics, edited by Irene S. Rubin

Public budgeting : policy, process, and politics, edited by Irene S. Rubin

Label
Public budgeting : policy, process, and politics
Title
Public budgeting
Title remainder
policy, process, and politics
Statement of responsibility
edited by Irene S. Rubin
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Some of the best writings on public budgeting and finance can be found in the journals that ASPA publishes or sponsors. For this volume editor Irene Rubin has brought together the best of these articles--emerging classics that address the most important theoretical and practical problems underlying public budgeting
Member of
Dewey number
352.4/8
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Rubin, Irene,
Series statement
ASPA classics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Finance, Public
  • Budget
Label
Public budgeting : policy, process, and politics, edited by Irene S. Rubin
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Originally published: M.E. Sharpe, 2008
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Part 1. What Is a Public Budget? Origins and Purposes; 1. Making ""Common Sense"" of Federal Budgeting; 2. Who Invented Public Budgeting in the United States?; 3. The Road to PPB: The Stages of Budget Reform; Part 2. Budgeting in a Democracy; Institutional Arrangements; 4. Paradox, Ambiguity, and Enigma: The Strange Case of the Executive Budget and the United States Constitution; 5. The Executive Budget: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed; 6. The End of Executive Dominance in State Appropriations
  • 7. Budgeting by the Ballot: Initiatives in the State of MontanaPart 3. The Roles of the Key Budget Actors and Decision Making; 3.1. Role of the Executive Budget Office; 8. The Office of Management and Budget in a Changing Scene; 9. The Shifting Roles of State Budget Offices in the Midwest: Gosling Revisited; 3.2. The Courts-When and How They Intervene; 10. Courts and Public Purse Strings: Have Portraits of Budgeting Missed Something?; 3.3. The Bureaucracy; 11. Federal Agency Budget Officers: Who Needs Them?
  • 12. The Budget-Minimizing Bureaucrat? Empirical Evidence from the Senior Executive Service3.4. Incrementalism; 13. Police Budgeting: Winning Strategies; 14. Aaron Wildavsky and the Demise of Incrementalism; 15. Decision Strategies of the Legislative Budget Analyst: Economist or Politician?; Part 4. The Budget Process; 16. Ten Years of the Budget Act: Still Searching for Controls; 17. Deficit Politics and Constitutional Government: The Impact of Gramm-Rudman-Hollings; 18. The Budget Enforcement Act and Its Survival: Congress Hears from Experts
  • 19. Does Budget Format Really Govern the Actions of Budgetmakers?20. Participatory Democracy and Budgeting: The Effects of Proposition 13; Part 5. Constraints; 5.1. Federalism; 21. Changes in Intergovernmental Fiscal Patterns; 22. At What Price? Costs of Federal Mandates Since the 1980s; 5.2. Entitlements; 23. The Inflexibility of Contemporary Budgets; 24. Re-establishing Budgetary Flexibility; 25. Entitlement Budgeting vs. Bureau Budgeting; 5.3. Tax and Expenditure Limitations; 26. Constraint and Uncertainty: Budgeting in California
  • 27. Restraint in a Land of Plenty: Revenue and Expenditure Limitations in Texas5.4. Court Decisions and Constitutional Rights; 28. Budgeting Rights: The Case of Jail Litigation; Part 6. Privatization and Contracting; 29. Competition and Choice in New York City Social Services; 30. The Need for a Privatization Process: Lessons from Development and Implementation; Part 7. Budget Norms and Ethics; 31. Budgetary Balance: The Norm, Concept, and Practice in Large U.S. Cities; 32. Federal Budget Concepts-Bright Lines or Black Holes?
Control code
ocn900942876
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317461845
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)900942876
Label
Public budgeting : policy, process, and politics, edited by Irene S. Rubin
Publication
Copyright
Note
Originally published: M.E. Sharpe, 2008
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Part 1. What Is a Public Budget? Origins and Purposes; 1. Making ""Common Sense"" of Federal Budgeting; 2. Who Invented Public Budgeting in the United States?; 3. The Road to PPB: The Stages of Budget Reform; Part 2. Budgeting in a Democracy; Institutional Arrangements; 4. Paradox, Ambiguity, and Enigma: The Strange Case of the Executive Budget and the United States Constitution; 5. The Executive Budget: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed; 6. The End of Executive Dominance in State Appropriations
  • 7. Budgeting by the Ballot: Initiatives in the State of MontanaPart 3. The Roles of the Key Budget Actors and Decision Making; 3.1. Role of the Executive Budget Office; 8. The Office of Management and Budget in a Changing Scene; 9. The Shifting Roles of State Budget Offices in the Midwest: Gosling Revisited; 3.2. The Courts-When and How They Intervene; 10. Courts and Public Purse Strings: Have Portraits of Budgeting Missed Something?; 3.3. The Bureaucracy; 11. Federal Agency Budget Officers: Who Needs Them?
  • 12. The Budget-Minimizing Bureaucrat? Empirical Evidence from the Senior Executive Service3.4. Incrementalism; 13. Police Budgeting: Winning Strategies; 14. Aaron Wildavsky and the Demise of Incrementalism; 15. Decision Strategies of the Legislative Budget Analyst: Economist or Politician?; Part 4. The Budget Process; 16. Ten Years of the Budget Act: Still Searching for Controls; 17. Deficit Politics and Constitutional Government: The Impact of Gramm-Rudman-Hollings; 18. The Budget Enforcement Act and Its Survival: Congress Hears from Experts
  • 19. Does Budget Format Really Govern the Actions of Budgetmakers?20. Participatory Democracy and Budgeting: The Effects of Proposition 13; Part 5. Constraints; 5.1. Federalism; 21. Changes in Intergovernmental Fiscal Patterns; 22. At What Price? Costs of Federal Mandates Since the 1980s; 5.2. Entitlements; 23. The Inflexibility of Contemporary Budgets; 24. Re-establishing Budgetary Flexibility; 25. Entitlement Budgeting vs. Bureau Budgeting; 5.3. Tax and Expenditure Limitations; 26. Constraint and Uncertainty: Budgeting in California
  • 27. Restraint in a Land of Plenty: Revenue and Expenditure Limitations in Texas5.4. Court Decisions and Constitutional Rights; 28. Budgeting Rights: The Case of Jail Litigation; Part 6. Privatization and Contracting; 29. Competition and Choice in New York City Social Services; 30. The Need for a Privatization Process: Lessons from Development and Implementation; Part 7. Budget Norms and Ethics; 31. Budgetary Balance: The Norm, Concept, and Practice in Large U.S. Cities; 32. Federal Budget Concepts-Bright Lines or Black Holes?
Control code
ocn900942876
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317461845
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)900942876

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