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Budget innovation in the States.

; Brookings Institution
Washington, Brookings Institution [1971] .
ISBN 9780815777304, 0815777302

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Other Authors Brookings Institution.
Subjects Budget -- États-Unis -- États.
Budget -- U.S. states.
Budget -- United States -- States.
Haushaltsreform.
Program budgeting -- U.S. states.
Program budgeting -- United States -- States.
Rationalisation des choix budgétaires -- Etats-Unis -- Etats.
USA.
United States.
Description x, 223 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents 1. The functions of budgeting -- The uses of budgeting -- Performance budgeting and PPB -- Method of study -- 2. Tradition and innovation in budgeting -- The executive budget movement -- The expansion of budgetary control -- From control to management -- Planning and budgeting for public objectives -- 3. Performance budgeting in the states -- Performance techniques -- New patterns of control -- The hybridization of performance budgeting -- The hybridization syndrome -- The strategy of hybridization -- Attitude toward performance budgeting -- Performance budgeting in three states -- Concluding comment -- 4. The status of PPB in the states -- Problems of assessment -- Elements of PPB -- Alternative approaches to the implementation of PPB -- Training for PPB -- What has been accomplished? -- Attitudes and intentions -- concluding comments -- 5. PPB in five states -- New York State: From long-range planning to program analysis -- Wisconsin: From program budgeting to PPB -- California: Applying federal PPB to state government -- Pennsylvania: A systems approach to PPB -- Hawaii: Legislature versus executive -- Conclusion -- 6. Budgetary men: Roles and relationships -- The potential for dissatisfaction -- The spenders -- The cutters -- The gatekeeper -- The uprooted -- Fragmentation and interdependence of budget roles -- Information specialization and budget roles -- Changing budgetary roles -- 7. Is budget innovation possible? -- Reason and politics in budgeting -- The problem of crosswalking -- Alternatives to PPB: Systems for planning and analysis -- The possibility of budgetary improvement.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)163705
(OCoLC)ocm00163705
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Schick, Allen.
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