JPBAFM 2006

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CONTENTS
REGULAR ARTICLES
Executive Compensation In Nonprofit Organizations: Evaluating
Texas Independent School Districts Using Structural Equation
Modeling .......................................................................................... 395
G. Giroux and V. Willson
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on Public Budgeting and Financial Administration
in China ............................................................................................ 420
Y. Hou
Symposium Introduction ................................................................. 421
Y. Hou
Budgeting Under Central Economic Planning in China,
1949-1978 ....................................................................................... 430
Y. Hou
Assessing China’s 1994 Fiscal Reforms: An Intermediate Report 453
M. Zhang
Comments On “Assessing China’s 1994 Fiscal Reforms: An
Intermediate Report” ....................................................................... 477
M. Niu and J. R. Bartle
Zero-Based Budgeting In China: Experiences of Hubei Province 480
J. Ma
A Response To “Zero-Based Budgeting In China: Experiences of
Hubei Province” ............................................................................... 511
B. Bunch and C. Tang

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Procedural Complexity of Tax Administration:
The Road Fund Case ..................................................................... 259
S. P. Cox and R. J. Eger III
Structural Deficits and the Politics of Balancing the Budget:
The Case of Missouri FY 2004 Budget ......................................... 284
Y.Qiao
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on the New Organizational Economics of
Public Financial Management: Part II ........................................... 306
D. A. Carroll and J. Marlowe
Auction off the Farm: Signaling, Politics, and
Economic Development ................................................................ 307
D. Robbins and G. J. Miller
Public Sector Investment Failures: Theoretical Contributions
from New Institutional and Austrian Economic Theory .............. 351
O. J. Stalebrink and J. F. Sacco

CONTENTS
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The Determinants of Perceived Audit Quality and Auditee
Satisfaction in Local Government ................................................. 139
D. Samelson, S. Lowensohn and L. E. Johnson
The Chicken or the Egg: A Recent History 0f Public Opinion
and Tax Reform in Florida ………..................................................... 167
B. C. McCabe and C. Stream
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on the New Organizational Economics of
Public Financial Management: Part I ............................................ 192
D. A. Carroll and J. Marlowe
Symposium Introduction ................................................................ 193
D. A. Carroll and J. Marlowe
Altruism, Accountability, and Transparency: Cooperative
Aspirations in Contemporary State-Level Budgeting …………….... 197
B. F. Burke
Evolutionary Theory of Routine: Its Role in Results-Based
Management .................................................................................. 223
W. C. Rivenbark

CONTENTS
REGULAR ARTICLES
The International Situation vis-à-vis the Adoption of
Accrual Budgeting ............................................................................ 1
J. L. Cortes
Fiscal Decentralization and Fiscal Equalization within Regions:
The Case of Russia ........................................................................... 27
R. Bahl and S. Wallace
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on the Management and Policy of State and
Local Government Revenue Forecasting ....................................... 59
C. G. Reddick
Consistent Underestimation Bias, the Asymmetrical Loss
Function, and Homogeneous Sources of Bias in State
Revenue Forecasts ................................................................... 61
W. R. Voorhees
Revenue Forecasting Accuracy in Ohio Local Governments ...... 77
J. Beckett-Camarata
Sources of Error in State Revenue Forecasts or How Can the
Forecast Possibly Be So far off ....................................................... 100
T. F. Stinson

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