The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volumes 111-113

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American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1924 - Political science
 

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Contents

RAW MATERIALS AND FOODSTUFFS IN THE WAR PLANS AND OPERATIONS
268
BIBLIOGRAPHY
281
BOOK DEPARTMENT
287
FOREWORD
vi
THE TREND IN FEDERAL EXPENDITURES
1
THE TREND IN RECENT STATE EXPENDITURES
8
THE TREND IN CITY EXPENDITURES
15
THE TREND IN COUNTY REVENUES
22
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BUDGET IDEA IN THE UNITED STATES 31
31
THE PREPARATION OF THE NATIONAL BUDGET
40
BUDGETS AND FINANCIAL CONTROL IN THE NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE 51
51
HALFTIME BUDGET METHODS 69
69
FISCAL CONTROL OF STATE EXPENDITURES
75
FISCAL CONTROL IN OKLAHOMA
84
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
94
FISCAL CONTROL IN OHIO
105
SUPERVISION OF THE BUDGETS OF STATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 112
112
DEVELOPING BUDGETARY CONTROL IN RELATION TO THE STATE INSTITU
120
THE APPLICATION OF COMPARATIVE UNIT COSTS TO THE HIGHWAY
128
SELFSUPPORTING PRISONS
131
INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEPOSITSA PHASE OF A LARGER QUESTION 147
147
REORGANIZATION IN ILLINOIS AND ITS RESULTS
155
REORGANIZING STATE GOVERNMENT
161
THE TREND TOWARD FEDERAL CENTRALIZATION
172
THE PLACE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IN THE REORGANIZA
182
THE TREND OF REORGANIZATION IN CITY GOVERNMENTS 195
195
HOW SHALL SALARIES OF STATE EMPLOYES BE FIXED?
202
THE USES OF A PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE 215
215
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND SALARIES IN PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENTS 226
226
THE HIRE OF FIREMEN AND POLICEMEN
235
DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSA
247
METHODS OF DEVELOPING AND ADMINISTERING CLASSIFICATION
254
INDEX
304
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