A primer on managing public funds and a sophisticated presentation of how governments actually work.
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Andrew Graham is adjunct professor, School of Policy Studies, Queen's University. He also served as a public servant for over thirty years and as an assistant deputy minister for over fourteen of those years.
"Behind fads that come and go, often at great cost to effective delivery, is a set of basic financial skills essential to good government. This magisterial book explains the nuts and bolts of public sector financial management and will prove useful to students and to practitioners throughout the public sector." Ian D. Clark, president, Council of Ontario Universities
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