Performance Based Budgeting

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Performance-Based Budgeting
An ASPA Classic

Gerald J. Miller W. Bartley Hildreth Jack Rabin

Rutgers University, Wichita State University, Pennsylvania State University

Westview PRESS

A Member of the Perseus Books Group

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Performance Based Budgeting
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Aspa Classics ii
  • Title Page v
  • Editor Biographies vii
  • Contents ix
  • Tables and Illustrations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • References 11
  • Part I - Origins and Development 15
  • Introduction 15
  • 8 - Entrepreneurial Budgeting: an Emerging Reform? 147
  • Notes 165
  • References 165
  • 9 Mission-Driven, Results-Oriented Budgeting - Fiscal Administration and the New Public Management 169
  • Notes 184
  • References 185
  • Part II - Performance­ Based Budgeting 229
  • Introduction 229
  • 19 - Integrating Evaluation and Budgeting 341
  • 25 - Can Public Officials Correctly Be Said to Have Obligations to Future Generations? 427
  • References 443
  • Notes 446
  • 27 - The Paradox of Merit Pay in the Public Sector: Persistence of a Problematic Procedure 465
  • References 480
  • Notes 484
  • 28 of Pigs in Pokes and Policy Diffusion - Another Look at Pay-For-Performance 485
  • References 501
  • Notes 504
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