A complete and balanced reference, Public Budgeting Systems, Eighth Edition surveys the current state of budgeting throughout all levels of the United States government. The text emphasizes methods by which financial decisions are reached within a system as well as ways in which different types of information are used in budgetary decision-making. It also stresses the use of program information, since, for decades, budget reforms have sought to introduce greater program considerations into financial decisions. This updated text includes more cases studies and practical information, figures and charts to make the information more accessible, as well as additional student problems. Using this text, students will gain a first-rate understanding of methods by which financial decisions are reached within a system, and how different types of information are used in budgetary decision-making.For example, credit card companies often issue a bond or borrow against the stream of receivables that will be flowing in from credit card users. ... On a larger scale, banks and housing finance companies State and Local Debt Financing 529.
|Title||:||Public Budgeting Systems|
|Author||:||Robert D. Lee, Ronald Johnson, Philip Joyce|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2008|