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Planning and Budgeting in Poor Countries
This substantial treatment of budgeting in poor countries and discussion of the relationship between planning and budgeting covers over eighty nations and three-fourths of the worlds population.Expand
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Public Service Professionalism for Performance Measurement and Evaluation
For over fifty years, efforts have been made to measure the results of government activities. Most recently, performance measurement and evaluation have been key components of government reforms inExpand
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The Myth of the Annual Budget
Rarely do those who live through profound social change appreciate its significance. Traditional modes of thinking interfere with perceptions of reality. Predictions are often confounded in theExpand
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The Unruly World of Public Budgeting
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The Roads to Transformation: Budgeting Issues in the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic 1989–1992
The Czech and Slovak Federal Republic no longer exists, but by the time of its dissolution, the transformation from a socialist to a democratic model of budgeting to another was well under way. ThisExpand
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Budgeting in Poor Countries: Ten Common Assumptions Re-Examined
If there was ever a subject which has been overwritten, over-analyzed and over-theorized with so little practical result to show for the effort, it is budgeting in poor countries. Report after reportExpand
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Patterns of Budgeting
Budgeting is such a universal and essential activity of governments, that it is often assumed it may be discussed in terms of a single set of concepts, and that research findings from one experienceExpand
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Processes, policies, and power: budget reform
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Comparative public budgeting
The comparative study of public budgeting has been undertaken in a number of ways, including application of general theory, appraisal of budget innovations, construction of empirical models, caseExpand
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