This book is unique in its exclusive and comprehensive focus on the management of public funds. The book emphasizes defining terms, framing concepts, and examines common controversies in the field. The authors begin with a broad introduction to public finance administration. They then cover topics such as: revenue and expenditure; managing cash flow; capital budgets; and the financial components of human resource management. With its unique focus on the management of public funds, the book fills a need for courses in public finance administration by providing a public administration-based approach.A revenue flow model shows revenue flows into a public organization on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. ... Second, short-term investments have an investment period of less than a year, and many can be sold in a short ... The total balance at any point shows how much money is available to make payments and invest.
|Title||:||Public Finance Administration|
|Author||:||B. J. Reed, John W. Swain|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 1996-12-19|