Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management: Volume 28 Issue 1


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Return of money or return on money? Analyzing asset concentration of local government investment pool portfolios

Jeongwoo Kim

The recent financial crisis provides an opportunity to examine the management of local government investment pools (LGIPs). This study examines asset concentration of current…

Applying farmer’s lenses: Two illustrations

Tom Barth

This article reflects on how Farmer’s writing on the use of multiple lenses informs two writing projects, one on values-based decision making and the other on lessons from…

State budget shortfalls and budget balancing strategies during and after the great recession of 2008

Yu Shi

This paper investigates how state governments used budget balancing strategies to cope with budget shortfalls in the fiscal years between 2009 and 2013. Using data from the Fiscal…

The role Of citizen advisory boards during times Of fiscal stress

Aimee L. Franklin, Victoria A. Rickard

When added together, there are currently 1000 federal advisory committees with over 60,000 participants. In one U.S. city of more than one million people there are over 700…

Fiduciary responsibilities to whom? federal grant recipients' perceptions of the public interest

Meredith F. Hundley, Emily S. Brock, Laura S. Jensen

This article explores the implementation of infrastructure development projects funded by the Recovery Act’s Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) in a southeastern…

Elected officials’ perceptions of governance relationships and budget participation mechanisms

Carol Ebdon, Yue Jiang, Aimee L. Franklin

Issues like fiscal crises and sequestration may cause elected officials to get citizen input in the budget process. This action can be viewed as a reactive strategy used when the…

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