The Basics of Public Budgeting and Financial Management brings budgetary theory and practice together, filling the void between the two that has existed in the field of budgeting and public finance. This book bridges the gap by providing the reader with applications and exercises that reinforce budgetary theory. Students are given the opportunity to learn various concepts and skills necessary to succeed in the field and the exercises provided in each chapter require application of what is learned. Specifically, students will be exposed to basic budget and finance concepts, public revenue, financial management, risk assessment, cost benefit analysis, and so on. This handbook also provides great tools that allow the user to visually display budgets and other analysis. Students will gain the solid foundation needed to begin work in a budget office. Features of this second edition include enhanced data and optional in-class assignments. For ancillary materials, please contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.Writing a Research Proposal 1. Research Question/Hypothesis: The first thing that you need to do is to articulate the subject of the paper in the form of a research question or hypothesis. 2. Cursory Review of Literature: Conduct a cursoryanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Basics of Public Budgeting and Financial Management Updates|
|Author||:||Charles E. Menifield|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 2013-08-16|