Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management: Volume 21 Issue 3


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A descriptive case study of the greene county, alabama bankruptcy

Keren Deal, Judith Kamnikar, Edward Kamnikar

To date, only two counties in the United States have filed for bankruptcy protection: Orange County, California (1994) and Greene County, Alabama (1996). This case study pertains…

Less is more: exploring citizen-based financial reporting in local government

Kathryn Kloby

The purpose of this exploratory research is to identify key motivations, administrative costs, and instrumental benefits of translating data-rich budgets into user-friendly…

All mega-projects are local? citizen participation lessons from the big dig

Domonic A. Bearfield, Melvin J. Dubnick

This paper examines the impact of managerial philosophy on public participation. Specifically the paper explores the historical development of Boston’s Central Artery/Tunnel…

Citizens, budgets and performance measures: a case study of west hartford, connecticut

Mark D. Robbins, Bill Simonsen, Emily Shepard

This article reports on a design for citizen identified performance measures for budgeting that seeks to overcome problems of validity and representativeness that typically exist…

Participatory budgeting in north america: the case of guelph, canada

Elizabeth Pinnington, Josh Lerner, Daniel Schugurensky

In 1989, the Brazilian city of Porto Alegre initiated a model of budget participation known internationally as "participatory budgeting." In this process of diagnosis…

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