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Budgeting is probably the single most important function in government, considering the amount of money a government spends each year on various expenditure programs and activities, as well as the time it spends in preparing the budget, appropriating funds for these activities and, finally, executing them. This book integrates the complex theory and practice of public budgeting into a single text. Written in a simple, concise and easy to understand manner, The Fundamentals of Public Budgeting and Finance captures the multidimensional perspective of public budgeting that students, as well as practitioners will find useful.
Operating Budget Market System Government Expenditure Government Revenue Capital Rationing Market Failure Public Goods Tax Basics Capital Budget public budgeting Public administration budgetary politics public finance budget management systems contemporary issues in public budgeting American government Capital budget Unemployment Tax burden Public goods
The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019
Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
Economics and Finance
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