JPBAFM 2009

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CONTENTS
Is There a ‘GAAP Gap’? A Politico-Economic Model of
Municipal Accounting Policy ............................................................ 501
D. A. Carroll and J. Marlowe
The Relationship between Risk and Homeland Security
Financing: A Survey of Florida City Managers and Fire Chiefs ...... 524
C. G. Reddick and H. A. Frank
Stabilization Fund Strategies in Massachusetts: A Survey
of Chief Financial Officers ............................................................... 550
D. Snow and G. Gianakis
A Predictive Model of Fiscal Distress in Local Governments ........ 578
J. M. Trussel and P. A. Patrick
Continuing the Search for a Theory of Public Budgeting .............. 617
J. M. Gibran and A. Sekwat

CONTENTS
REGULAR ARTICLES
A Descriptive Case Study of the Greene County, Alabama
Bankruptcy ........................................................................................ 337
K. Deal, J. Kamnikar and E. Kamnikar
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on Citizen Participation in the Budgetary Process:
Part II ................................................................................................ 366
K. Callahan and K. Yang
Less Is More: Exploring Citizen-Based Financial Reporting in
Local Government ............................................................................ 367
K.. Kloby
All Mega-Projects Are Local? Citizen Participation Lessons from
the Big Dig ......................................................................................... 392
D. A. Bearfield and M. J. Dubnick
Citizens, Budgets and Performance Measures: A Case Study of
West Hartford, Connecticut .............................................................. 426
M. D. Robbins, B. Simonsen and E. Shepard
Participatory Budgeting in North America: The Case of Guelph,
Canada .............................................................................................. 454
E. Pinnington, J. Lerner and D. Schugurensky

CONTENTS
REGULAR ARTICLES
Assessing the Change in Financial Condition: An Analysis of
Panel Data from U.S. States ............................................................ 165
X. Wang and K. T. Liou
Determining the Revenue-Maximization Tax Rate for States with
Legalized Corporate Casino Gambling ............................................ 198
C. Ozurumba and Y. Kim
Generating the Public Financial Management Knowledge Base:
Analyzing Method and Direction as a Sub-Discipline of Public
Administration .................................................................................. 223
H. A. Frank, P. C. Christian, and G. Scutelnicu
SYMPOSIUM
Citizen Participation in the Budgetary Process: A Symposium ..... 247
K. Callahan and K. Yang
Symposium Introduction ................................................................. 248
K. Callahan and K. Yang
Fiscal Transparency and Authentic Citizen Participation in Public
Budgeting: The Role of Third-Party Intermediation ....................... 254
J. B. Justice and C. Dülger
Citizen Participation in the Budget Process: The Effect of City
Managers ........................................................................................ 289
Y. Zhang and K. Yang

CONTENTS
REGULAR ARTICLES
The Diligence of Audit Committees in the Healthcare Sector ....... 1
T. E. Vermeer, K. Raghunandan and D. A. Forgione
Determinants of Local Government Revenue Forecasting Practice:
Empirical Evidence from Florida ...................................................... 17
H. A. Frank and Y. Zhao
SYMPOSIUM
Funding and Achievement Issues in Education Finance:
A Symposium .................................................................................... 36
R. Stanley
Symposium Introduction .................................................................. 37
R. Stanley
State Lotteries and Education: Do They Really Fix the Education
Quagmire? ........................................................................................ 42
C. E. Menifield, J. Clay, and C. Lawhead
Measuring the Impact of Reservation Gaming Revenues on
Native American Education Achievement ...................................... 58
T. J. Clay
The Impact of Legalized Casino Gambling on State Education
Spending Displacement .................................................................. 83
C. Ozurumba
Assessing the Impact of Perceived School Board Effectiveness
on Financing K-12 Education in Tennessee .................................. 105
P. E. French
Rural Education Finance and Achievement among Southern
Black Belt School Districts .............................................................. 125
R. E. Stanley and G. L. Peevely

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