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eBook Budgeting, Auditing, and Evaluation: Functions and Integration in Seven Governments (Comparative Policy Evaluation) ePub

by Bill Jenkins,Bob Segsworth,Andrew Gray

  • ISBN: 0765807246
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Bill Jenkins,Bob Segsworth,Andrew Gray
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Transaction Publishers (February 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 152
  • ePub book: 1389 kb
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Contents: Andrew Gray, Bill Jenkins, and Bob Segsworth, "Perspectives on Budgeting, Auditing, and Evaluation: An. .The Separation of Powers and Political Choice Budgeting Auditing and Evaluation in the United States.

The Separation of Powers and Political Choice Budgeting Auditing and Evaluation in the United States.

Budgeting, Auditing, and Evaluation : Functions and Integration in Seven Governments. As governments the world over work to sustain public policy and develop much needed policy initiatives, there is an increasing need for better budgetary management and sound evaluation of both past and prospective policies.

Budgeting, Auditing, Evaluating presents in-depth, comparative examinations of budgetary processes in seven .

Budgeting, Auditing, Evaluating presents in-depth, comparative examinations of budgetary processes in seven major Western governments. These are examined as elements of an interactive process that plays a major role in government decision making. Although the three elements are institutionally and functionally distinct, auditing and evaluation generate information that has a measurable impact on government programs and their management.

Budgeting, auditing, and evaluation: functions and integration in seven governments. bibliographical notes and references, index, biographical notes on the contributors. Reference: The Role of Government and the Government's Role in Evaluating Government: Insider Information and Outsider Beliefs.

Contents: Andrew Gray, Bill Jenkins, and Bob Segsworth, "Perspectives on Budgeting, Auditing, and Evaluation: An Introduction," David Mathiasen, "The Separation of Powers and Political Choice" (United States), Andrew Gray and Bill Jenkins, "Separate Developments" (United Kingdom).

Gray A, Jenkins B, Segsworth B (eds) (2002) Budgeting, auditing and evaluation. Functions and integration in seven governments. Transaction Publishers, New BrunswickGoogle Scholar. Guarini E (2013) Financial management and governance across levels of government. In: Maggi D, Vendramini E (eds) Financial management and budgeting in the public sector. Theories and practice. McGraw-Hill, MilanoGoogle Scholar. Cite this entry as: Pattaro . 2016) Budgetary Principles. In: Farazmand A. (eds) Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance.

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Budgeting, Auditing, Evaluating: Functions and Integration in Seven Governments. Andrew Gray, Bill Jenkins, Bob Segsworth, Ray C. Rist. Sarath Lakshman Athukorala, Barry Reid. This report offers insights into the controversial pra. т 1192. ntatives One Hundred Fourth Congress Second s.

The end of the twentieth century is shaping up as a period of volatile change and transition. As governments the world over work to sustain public policy and develop much needed policy initiatives, there is an increasing need for better budgetary management and sound evaluation of both past and prospective policies. Budgeting, Auditing, Evaluating presents in-depth, comparative examinations of budgetary processes in seven major Western governments.

The contributors focus specifically on the important links between budgeting, auditing, and policy evaluation. These are examined as elements of an interactive process that plays a major role in government decision making. Although the three elements are institutionally and functionally distinct, auditing and evaluation generate information that has a measurable impact on government programs and their management. As each chapter demonstrates, national experiences show considerable variation in the development and linkage of budgeting, auditing, and evaluation. The authors identify both commonalities and divergences and make comparative statements of the consequences of these for the policy process.

Contents: Andrew Gray, Bill Jenkins, and Bob Segsworth, "Perspectives on Budgeting, Auditing, and Evaluation: An Introduction," David Mathiasen, "The Separation of Powers and Political Choice" (United States), Andrew Gray and Bill Jenkins, "Separate Developments" (United Kingdom), Hans-Ulrich Derlien, 'Two-Track Processes" (Germany), Bob Segsworth, "Out of Sequence and Out of Synch" (Canada), Eduardo Zapico, "Many Reforms, Little Learning" (Spain), Rolf Sandahl, "Connected or Separated?" (Sweden), Pertti Ahonen and Esa Tammelin, "Muddling Through, Too" (Finland), Andrew Gray and Bill Jenkins, "Horses to the Water: Budgeting, Auditing, and Evaluation in Seven Governments."