Financial Management in the Public Sector: Tools,
Applications, And Cases by Xiaohu Wang (Hardcover - Feb 28, 2006). M.E.
Sharpe (February 28, 2006). Information
Fiscal Administration by
John Mikesell (Hardcover - May 16, 2006).
Wadsworth Publishing; 7 edition (May 16, 2006).
Ever wonder how federal finance really works?
FISCAL ADMINISTRATION shows you how public budgets operate and lets you crunch the numbers
yourself. And with the latest data from the US federal budget, including its breakdown,
you can see for yourself how policymakers allocate money. Plus, each chapter includes
stories for discussion from the private sector as well as from public finance. Information
Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and Practices by Michael H. Granof (Hardcover - April 13, 2004). Wiley; 3 edition
(April 13, 2004).
Revised and updated, Granofs Third
Edition incorporates the latest GASB pronouncements and takes a fresh look at the unique
features of governmental and not-for-profit accounting. This text will help you develop a
firm grasp of the theory underlying current practice, so you can quickly acquire the
skills required of professional accountants and auditors. Throughout, the emphasis is on
the significance of reported information and how to interpret and analyze accounting
Public Budgeting in America (5th Edition) by Robert W. Smith and Thomas
D. Lynch (Hardcover - Dec 25, 2003). Prentice Hall; 5 edition (December 25, 2003).
The most comprehensive and accurate treatment
of the public budgeting process on the market, this book offers a thorough treatment of
the entire subject, with an emphasis on state budgets. Information
Systems by Robert D. Lee and Philip G. Joyce (Hardcover
- Jul 31, 2007). Jones and Bartlett; 8 edition (July 31, 2007).
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. Information
Public Finance by
Harvey S Rosen and Ted Gayer (Hardcover -
Feb 28, 2007). McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 8 edition (February 28, 2007)
It includes substantive changes that reflect the progress that has been made in the field
of public finance. These changes may be divided into three categories: new organization,
new material, and new pedagogical features. As with previous editions, the book continues
to draw upon the latest research while never losing sight of the reality it is supposed to
describe, always drawing the links between economic analysis and current political issues.
Principles and Policy by John E.
Anderson (Hardcover - Dec 23, 2002).
South-Western College Pub; 1 edition (December 23, 2002).
Public Finance provides a modern treatment of
public finance principles with an emphasis on policymaking and policy analysis. Using a
variety of applications in the context of fiscal federalism, the text evenly addresses
local, state, and federal issues. At the same time, Anderson incorporates international
issues, such as comparisons of the public sector in different countries as well as
discussions of the IMF and World Bank. Information
Public Finance and
Public Policy by Jonathan Gruber (Hardcover
- Dec 21, 2004). Worth Publishers (December 21, 2004). Information
Public Finance and the American Economy (2nd
Edition) by Neil Bruce (Hardcover - Nov 20, 2000). Addison
Wesley; 2 edition (November 20, 2000).
Covers: The role of government in a market
economy; Government and the allocation of resources; The government decision-making
process; Government and the distribution of income; The basic theory of taxation; Income
taxation in the U.S and more. Information
Partnerships: Principles of Policy and Finance by E. R. Yescombe (Hardcover - May 1, 2007). Butterworth-Heinemann
(May 1, 2007).
The text covers a wide range of issues, from
very general policy ones faced by authorities in considering whether to adopt the PPP
route to much more technical ones, including financial analysis, procurement, financial
and legal structuring. Written by an experienced practitioner, Mr. Yescombes work
represents an invaluable and authoritative guide to all parties involved in PPPs- from
investors, bankers, companies providing infrastructure and services to public sector
authorities and the public at large as the main user of PPP facilities and/or services. Information
Economics: The Role of Government in the American Economy by Randall Holcombe (Hardcover - Jul 21, 2005). Prentice Hall (July
21, 2005). Information
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