Aaron Widavsky, incrementalism, and defense budgeting
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Aaron Widavsky, incrementalism, and defense budgeting a bibliographic essay by Lawrence R. Jones

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION,
  • FEDERAL BUDGETS,
  • MILITARY BUDGETS

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Fiscal policy, Incrementalism, Wildavsky A Abstract: By the time of his death in September 1993, Aaron Wildavsky had written or coauthored nine books and forty articles or book chapters on budgeting and fiscal policy. He was perhaps the single most important scholar in public budgeting for almost three decades. Although his early works avoided defense budgeting as too specialized, his later writings included an insightful review of defense budget issues and the defense budget making process. This report reviews Wildavsky"s work and summarizes his analysis of defense budgeting. Government budgeting, Incrementalism, Aaron Wildavsky.

Edition Notes

Other titlesNPS-AS-94-002.
StatementL.R. Jones, J.L. McCaffery
ContributionsMcCaffery, Jerry L., Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Systems Management
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25521043M

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  Aaron Wildavsky's greatest concern, as expressed in his writings, is how people manage to live together. This concern may at first appear to have little to do with the study of budgeting, but for Wildavsky, budgeting made living together possible. Indeed, as he argues here, if you cannot budget, you cannot by: Aaron Wildavsky, Incrementalism, and Defense Budgeting: A Bibliographic Essay 6. AUTHOR(S) DFR L.R. Jones, J.L. McCaffery 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAMES(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION Department of Systems Management REPORT NUMBER Naval Postgraduate School Dyer Rd. NPS-AS Monterey, CA : Lawrence R. Jones, Jerry L. McCaffery. Aaron Wildavsky influenced several areas in the fields of political science and public administration. Among his many areas of concern were Presidential decision-making, budgeting, fiscal policy and deficits, safety risks and innovation, energy policy, the growth of affirmative action policies, urban governance, state-federal relations, the role of liberal elites in political consensus-making. Aaron Widavsky, incrementalism, and defense budgeting: a bibliographic essay. By Lawrence R. Jones and Jerry L. McCaffery. Download PDF (3 MB) Abstract. The report was prepared for Office of the Comptroller, Department of the Navy, The Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Funding was provided by the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, the time.

“Aaron Wildavsky’s greatest concern, as expressed in his writings, is how people manage to live together. This concern may at first appear to have little to do with the study of budgeting, but for Wildavsky budgeting made living together possible. Indeed, as he argues here, if More. Wildavsky, Aaron. Budgeting and Governing. New Jersey: Transaction Books, “Aaron Wildavsky’s greatest concern, as expressed in his writings, is how people manage to live together. This concern may at first appear to have little to do with the study of budgeting, but for Wildavsky budgeting made living together possible. Aaron Wildavsky and the Demise of j* Incrementalism Irene Rubin, Northern Illinois University Aaron Wildavsky, The New Politics of the Budgetary Process (Glenview, IL: Scott-Foresman/Little Brown, ), +xxiv pp.; cost pending. Aaron Wildavsky, Budgeting: A Comparative Theory of Budgetary Processes (New Brunswick, NJ: Transac-tion Books. Aaron Wildavsky's greatest concern, as expressed in his writings, is how people manage to live together. This concern may at first appear to have little to do with the study of budgeting, but for Wildavsky budgeting made living together possible. Indeed, as he argues here, if you cannot budget, you cannot govern. Budgeting and Governing gathers in one place a mass of material that otherwise.

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