Trajectories and Consequences
Edited by John Wanna, Lotte Jensen and Jouke de Vries
The Reality of Budgetary Reform in OECD Nations investigates the impacts and consequences of budgetary reform through a comparative assessment of advanced Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) democracies that have undertaken budget reforms over the past two to three decades.
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- The Reality of Budgetary Reform in OECD Nations Trajectories and Consequences
- Chapter 1: Investigating the Reality of Reform in Modern Budgeting
- Chapter 2: Budget Reforms in the United States: A ‘Perfect Storm’ for a New Wave of Deficit-Reduction Reforms
- Chapter 3: Budget Reform in the United Kingdom: The Rocky Road to ‘Controlled Discretion’
- Chapter 4: Australia After Budgetary Reform: A Lapsed Pioneer or Decorative Architect?
- Chapter 5: Discerning the Consequences and Integrity of Canada’s Budget Reforms: A Story of Remnants and Resilience
- Chapter 6: Budgeting in New Zealand After the Reforms: From Radical Revolutionary to Cautious Consolidator
- Chapter 7: Budget Reform in Japan: Continuous Efforts but Still a Long Way to Go
- Chapter 8: Korea’s Four Major Budgetary Reforms: Catching up with a Big Bang
- Chapter 9: Budget Reforms in Denmark: Unheralded but Nevertheless Effective
- Chapter 10: Budget Reform in The Netherlands: Sadder but Much Wiser Now
- Chapter 11: Budget Reforms in Spain: Anything Else Beyond Budget Discipline?
- Chapter 12: Budget Reform in Italy: Importing ‘Enlightened’ Ideas in a Difficult Context
- Chapter 13: The Work in Progress of Budgetary Reform
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