Managing Public Expenditure in Australia
Publisher: Allen & Unwin | ISBN: 1864487135 | edition 2001 | PDF | 368 pages | 3,03 mb
The authors provide the first systematic analysis of government budgeting and the politics of the budgetary process. They examine debates and reforms in public finance from Whitlam and Fraser to Hawke, Keating and Howard, and assess their impacts on policy development.
Summary: Reform is a continuous process
An excellent book that varies between a chronologised history of budget reform in Australia, and an investigation of contemporary budgeting and budget theory. Interesting reading even if you are not familiar with Australia, but are interested in Government budgeting, or interested in a country with an excellent history of aggregate budget outcomes over the past twenty years.
Though it meanders a bit, it is a good read. The main author is a respected contributor to the field. The book also provides a good political history as major issues and actors of the time period covered are viewed through the prism of public expenditure management, including elections.
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