2 edition of finance of local government authorities found in the catalog.
finance of local government authorities
Burton, John Henry
Bibliography: p. 281-282.
|Statement||by J. H. Burton.|
|LC Classifications||HJ9435 .B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||35005167|
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A new edition of Introduction to Local Government Finance is now available. Please visit the Fourth Edition webpage to purchase This textbook provides an overview of the budgeting and financial management laws and practices applicable to local governments and public authorities in North Carolina.
The new edition is divided into four main sections. finance of local government authorities book Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burton, John Henry, Finance of local government authorities. London, C. Griffin, (OCoLC) AFRICAN SUN MeDIA, - Business & Economics - pages 0 Reviews Local Government Finance does not follow the conventional operational approach to local government finance.
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BEING a practical treatise designed to help local authorities to do their financial work in the best way, this book is almost entirely concerned with administrative processes. It has been arranged so that the subject matter of each chapter can at once be related to the organization of the average local authority.
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