This class was tough.
It goes into how our government does their budgeting and makes you think about whether it is effective or not.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to 1. Evaluate analytical techniques and tools such as cost benefit analysis, revenue forecasting, costing of public services, input, output, and outcome oriented budgeting techniques. 2. Recognize issues and challenges in promoting budget and financial reform. 3. Apply budgetary aspects of fiscal decentralization. 4. Explain alternative conceptual approaches to resource allocation and budget formulation. 5. Evaluate various sources of public sector revenue. 6. Assess the inter-relationship between the government budget and the national economy
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Advice for students:
Make sure that you organize your time.