Controlling public expenditure [E-Book]: The theory of expenditure limitation / Aaron Wildavsky
Wildavsky, Aaron.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2003
23 p.
englisch
10.1787/budget-v2-art21-en
Governance
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520 3 |a What don’t I mean by expenditure limitation? This paper is not about why governments should chose to limit spending. If governments wish to increase spending, that is obviously their prerogative. Moreover, they are, on the evidence, very good at it. Governments need no advice on doing what comes naturally. There need be no solution when there is perceived to be no problem… 
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