GLST 450: Public Budgeting and Financial Management in a Globalized World Report a Broken Link

Governance 450/Global Studies 450: Public Budgeting and Financial Management in a Globalized World is a senior-level, three-credit course that examines the theory and practice of public budgeting and financial management in an era of globalization from a multidisciplinary perspective. The course conveys an understanding of the purposes and roles of budgeting in public organizations and examines the major trends including political, economic, and financial considerations involved in budgeting. Students will also explore the impact of globalization on the governance capacity of governments and discuss the implications of globalization on budgeting.

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Caiden, Naomi. 1998. "A New Generation of Budget Reform." In Taking Stock: Assessing Public Sector Reforms, 252-84, edited by B. Guy Peters and Donald J. Savoie. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press. E-book.

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Savoie, Donald J. 1998. "Fifteen Years of Reform: What Have We Learned?" In Taking Stock: Assessing Public Sector Reforms, 394-413, edited by B. Guy Peters and Donald J. Savoie. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press. E-book.
Savoie, Donald J. 1995. What Is Wrong with the New Public Management? Canadian Public Administration 38 no. 1: 112-21. doi:10.1111/j.1754-7121.1995.tb01132.x
Robinson, Marc. 2000. Contract Budgeting. Public Administration 78, no. 1: 75-90. doi:10.1111/1467-9299.00193