Government Budgeting and Financial Management in Practice: Logics to Make Sense of Ambiguity (Public Administration and Public Policy) by Gerald J. Miller
English | Sep 28, 2011 | ISBN: 157444753X | 356 Pages | PDF | 8 MB
The right turn in U. S. politics has increased conflict over both ends and means in government budgeting and financial management. Overlapping and competing views of the way the world works drive finance officials’ practice. Taking a new look at public financial management that acknowledges the multiple, competing realities, Government Budgeting and Financial Management in Practice: Logics to Make Sense of Ambiguity examines transaction cost economics and other small government, managed-by-the-market techniques as the latest reincarnation of public budgeting and financial management orthodoxy.