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by Irene S. Rubin

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0887066240
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Irene S. Rubin
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Social Sciences
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English
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SUNY Press (April 12, 1988)
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Start by marking New Directions in Budget Theory as Want to Read . This collection is the first book-length work in many years to provide new theoretical direction to budget theory.

Start by marking New Directions in Budget Theory as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Written by several of the most respected people in budgeting, including Allen Schick, Naomi Caiden, and Lance LeLoup, it explores such current topics as the scope of budgeting, the degree and source of variation in budgeting, and changes in budgeting process o This collection is the first book-length work in many years to provide new theoretical direction to budget theory.

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Practical Government Budgeting: A Workbook for Public Managers (SUNY series in Public Administration). Irene S. Rubin is Professor Emeritus of Public Administration at Northern Illinois University. She is the author of Running in the Red: The Political Dynamics of Urban Fiscal Stress, Shrinking the Federal Government, Class Tax and Power: Municipal Budgeting in the United States, and Balancing the Federal Budget: Eating the Seed Corn or Trimming the Herds, all four of which rely extensively on qualitative interviews.

An inquiry into the possibility of a budget theory,’ in Irene S. Rubin, e. New Directions in Budget Theory. Albany: SUNY Press, pp. 59–69.

Rubin, Irene S. (1993). The Politics of Public Budgeting, 2nd ed. Chatham, . Rubin, Irene S. (1994). Sample, V. Alaric (1992). An inquiry into the possibility of a budget theory,’ in Irene S. Schick, Allen (1990). The Capacity to Budget.

Generally used is the experimental method, belonging to this paradigm of sociological theory has behaviorism sociology and exchange theory.

The core Weberian public administration principle of conformity, used to manage predictable and routine situ- ations, is thought to be challenged by the emphasis on flexibility, network manage- ment and collaborative governance required to implement resilience (Bourgon 2009). Generally used is the experimental method, belonging to this paradigm of sociological theory has behaviorism sociology and exchange theory.

Budget theory is the academic study of political and social motivations behind government and civil society budgeting. Classic theorists in Public Budgeting include Henry Adams, William F. Willoughby, V. O. Key, J. and, more recently, Aaron Wildavsky. Notable recent theorists include Baumgartner and Jones-Frank R. Baumgartner and Bryan D. Jones, Richard Fenno, Allen Schick, Dennis Ippolito, Naomi Caiden, Irene Rubin, James D. Savage, Thomas Greitens and Gary Wamsley.

New Directions in Public Administration. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1978. Rights-Based Budgeting" in New Directions in Budget Theory, Irene Rubin, e. Albany: SUNY Press, 1988. Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1984. Articles and Book Chapters. Improving the Budget Process in Fragile and Conflict Ridden States: Two Modest Lessons from Afghanistan. co-author, David E. Guinn). Bowsher v. Synar: The Emerging Judicialization of the Fisc.

Using a "power struggles" theme to examine the dynamics of budgeting, Rubin's classic text shines a bright light on the political jockeying between interest groups, parties, officials, policymakers, and the public. Expert at explaining budgeting changes over time, Rubin sets issues like the federal deficit and health care expenditures in political and comparative context.

This collection is the first book-length work in many years to provide new theoretical direction to budget theory. Written by several of the most respected people in budgeting, including Allen Schick, Naomi Caiden, and Lance LeLoup, it explores such current topics as the scope of budgeting, the degree and source of variation in budgeting, and changes in budgeting process over time.New Directions will help to build a framework that is less confining than incrementalism, and will stimulate and guide future research. Some of the essays deal with the implications of looking at budgeting from a multi-year perspective, and the importance of allocating sources other than money (such as personnel ceilings); others pose questions about what a budget theory should look like, and how many budget theories are needed.