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by Douglas M. Priest,William E. Becker,Don Hossler,Edward P. St. John

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  • Author: Douglas M. Priest,William E. Becker,Don Hossler,Edward P. St. John
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (December 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 264 pages
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Douglas M. Priest, William E. Becker, Don Hossler. Financial incentives play an important role in the behaviour of public institutions of higher education

Douglas M. Financial incentives play an important role in the behaviour of public institutions of higher education.

Indiana University Bloomington. 2006; Priest, Becker, Hossler, & St. John, 2002; Whalen, 1991)

Indiana University Bloomington. Indiana University Bloomington. University of Michigan. John, 2002; Whalen, 1991). As a collateral benefit, decentralization may improve decision-making generally due to subsidiarity: decisions can be made as close as possible to those with the most relevant expertise and highest stakes in making good decisions; in other words, decisionmaking becomes localized. However, it is noteworthy that no university has implemented RCB/RCM to its fullest extent.

Douglas M. Financial incentives play an important role in the behavior of public institutions of higher education

Douglas M. Financial incentives play an important role in the behavior of public institutions of higher education. Priest & William E. Becker & Don Hossler & Edward P. St. John (e., 2002. Incentive-Based Budgeting Systems in Public Universities," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 2888, December. Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:2888. as. HTML HTML with abstract plain text plain text with abstract BibTeX RIS (EndNote, RefMan, ProCite) ReDIF JSON. Download full text from publisher. 3761709 Download Restriction: no. Citations.

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Are you sure you want to remove Incentive-based budgeting systems in public universities from your list? Incentive-based budgeting systems in public universities. Published 2002 by E. Elgar in Cheltenham, UK, Northhampton, MA. Written in English. Why incentive-based budgeting systems in the public sector and why now?, Douglas M. Priest. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Incentive-Based Budgeting Systems in Public Universities examines alternative uses of thes. More). 1. Introduction by Douglas M. John, and Rachel Dykstra Boon I. Public Policy and Privatization 2. State Support of Higher Education: Past, Present, and Future by Donald . (More).

Financial incentives play an important role in the behavior of public institutions of higher education. Incentive-Based Budgeting Systems in Public Universities examines alternative uses of these financial incentives, and reviews the consequences of their implementation.

The contributors to the book explore diverse areas including:

faculty behavior in an incentive-based environment effects on teaching, evaluation of decentralized approaches to budgeting efficiency implications at the state level the ramifications of revenue flux on institutional behavior.

Case studies from the University of Toronto, the University of Michigan and Indiana University are also presented, and the volume concludes with recommendations regarding possible implementation strategies.

The first to analyze the implementation of various permutations of incentive based budgeting in public institutions of higher education, this book will be of enormous interest to policy makers, trustees, administrators and faculty members of these institutions. It will also appeal to those involved in higher education programs offering courses in the economics and finance of colleges and universities.



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