Program Budgeting

  • Jesse Burkhead
  • Jerry Miner
Part of the Aldine Treatises in Modern Economics book series (MSE)


The preceding chapters have explored the state of contemporary fiscal theory, to examine the conceptual bases that are available for analyzing the appropriate level and composition of public economic activity. Program budgeting, examined in this chapter, and benefit-cost analysis (Chapter 7) are the operational side of fiscal theory.


Federal Government Public Expenditure Program Element Government Program Government Activity 


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© Jesse Burkhead and Jerry Miner 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jesse Burkhead
    • 1
  • Jerry Miner
    • 1
  1. 1.Syracuse UniversityUSA

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