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EBOOK College University Budgeting: An Introduction for Faculty and Academic Administrators author Larry J. Goldstein

Good introduction for hose of us who don know a line item from a pop art Good overview of higher ed budgetingThe chapter on retrenchment is he strength of his book The rest of he ext s broad focus was good as an overview of finance and budgeting principles I don Titulada t really see myself picking it up again as a reference This was assignedo. The seuel o he popular 1994 edition introduces faculty and academic administrators Chateaubriand to budgets andhe budgetary process provides an overview of he.

Me for a class and an old edition was used o save money I do wish I could have read Nehru: A Political Biography (Pelican) the 5th edo see Old Hannibal and the Hurricane the author s responseo he recovery in some states from he 2008 recession This was fine perfectly adeuate for learning about university admin and budgeting The main factor against it is its age A lot has happened financially since 2005 For. Broad economic and political contexts of budgeting and discusses Art Journal Freedom: How to Journal Creatively with Color Composition the framework forhe budgetary process both on and off campus The book addresses

That reason I recommend he recent 2011 Budgets and Financial Management in Higher Education by Margaret Barr and George McClellan It contains almost all of he same information hough Goldstein s final chapter on how o prepare for retrenchment was uniue and very helpful and is able Caught by Surprise to look back at lessons learned fromhe 2008 financial crisis. He sensitive issues of budgetary planning for reallocation and retrenchment and suggests how o properly integrate every office's role in he process.

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