Governors, Legislatures, and Budgets: Diversity across the American States

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Selected Bibliography

Abney Glenn, and Thomas P. Lauth, "The Line-Item Veto in the States: An Instrument for Fiscal Restraint or an Instrument of Partisanship?" Public Administration Review 45 (May/ June 1985), 372-377.

Abney. Glenn, and Thomas P. Lauth, "The Governor as Chief Administrator." Public Administration Review 43 (January/ February 1983), 40-49.

Albritton Robert, and Ellen Dran, "Balanced Budgets and State Surpluses: The Politics of Budgeting in Illinois," Public Administration Review 47 ( 1987), 143-152.

Anthony Robert, "Games Government Accountants Play." Harvard Business Review 63 (September/ October 1985). 161-170.

Anton Thomas J., "Roles and Symbols in the Determination of State Expenditures." In Ira Sharkansky, Political Analysis in Political Science, Chicago: Markham Publishing Co., 1970, 209-224.

Anton Thomas J., The Politics of Expenditures in Illinois. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1966.

Anton Thomas J., Budgeting in Three Illinois Cities. Urbana: Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of Illinois, 1964.

Balutis Alan P., and Daron K. Butler, eds., The Political Pursestrings: The Role of the Legislature in the Budgeting Process. New York: John Wiley, Halsted Press Division, 1975.

Bazzani Craig S., "The Executive Budget Process." In James Nowlan, ed., Inside State Government, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1982.

Beckman Ada E., "The Item Veto Power of the Executive." Temple Law Quarterly 31 (Fall 1957), 27-34.

Beyle Thad L., "The Governor's Formal Powers: A View from the Governor's Chair." Public Aministration Review 28 (November/ December 1968), 540-545.

Blazar William A., "Minnesota's Approach to Budgeting: Executive and Legislative Responsibilities." In Minnesota Tax Study Commission Report, Vol. 1, edited by Robert Ebel and Theresa J. McGuire. St. Paul, Minn.: Buttersworth Publishing, 1986.

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