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Author Miller, Gerald.

Title Performance Based Budgeting
Published Boulder : Routledge, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (519 pages)
Series ASPA classics
ASPA classics.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Tables and Illustrations; Introduction; PART I ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT; A Theory, Conceptualization, and Critique; 1 Toward a theory of budgeting; 2 The science of ""muddling through; 3 Political implications of budgetary reform; 4 The road to PPB: The stages of budget reform; 5 A budget for all seasons? Why the traditional budget lasts; 6 Does budget format really govern the actions of budgetmakers?; B Recent Budget Practices Revealed; 7 Budgeting for results: Recent developments in five industrialized countries
16 Strategic management in the public sector: Concepts, models, and processesB Performance Management; 17 Applying professional disclosure standards to productivity financial analyses; 18 Designing appropriate control mechanisms for managing performance in the federal sector; 19 Integrating evaluation and budgeting; 20 Performance measures for budget justifications: Developing a selection strategy; 21 Analyzing the contracting-out of government services: Relevant cost-benefit considerations; 22 Bureaucracy, organizational redundancy, and the privatization of public services
23 Service efforts and accomplishments reporting: Has its time really come?24 A proper mentality for benchmarking; 25 Can public officials correctly be said to have obligations to future generations?; C Pay for Performance; 26 Merit pay, performance targeting, and productivity; 27 The paradox of merit pay in the public sector: Persistence of a problematic procedure; 28 Of pigs in pokes and policy diffusion: Another look at pay-for-performance
8 Entrepreneurial budgeting: An emerging reform?9 Mission-driven, results-oriented budgeting: Fiscal administration and the new public management; C Evaluation of Budgeting for Performance; 10 Budgeting and productivity in state government: Not integrated but friendly; 11 Linking performance to funding decisions: What is the budgeter's role?; 12 Management through budgetary incentives; PART II PERFORMANCE-BASED BUDGETING; A Strategy; 13 Strategic planning in state and local government; 14 Strategy, values, and productivity; 15 Strategy for public and third-sector organizations
Summary Performance Based Budgetingis the next volume in the ASPA Classics series. It covers the most influential, paramount research articles published on public budgeting and finance. The book will surely be of great interest and use to anyone concerned with public budgeting, and anyone enrolled in, or teaching, a course on this topic in an MPA program or a doctoral program in public administration, public affairs, political science, or economics/public finance
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Subject Umschulungswerkstätten für Siedler und Auswanderer Bitterfeld
Budget -- United States.
Local budgets -- United States.
Program budgeting -- United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Hildreth, W. Bartley.
Rabin, Jack.
ISBN 0429978049
9780429978043