JPBAFM 2005

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CONTENTS
REGULAR ARTICLES
The Federal Budget's Core and Periphery: Patterns of
Budget Outcomes ........................................................................... 437
M. Berner
The Goals and Implementation Success of State Performance-
Based Budgeting ............................................................................ 471
M. M. Jordan and M. Hackbart
Qualifications, Diversity and Workplace Practices: An
Investigation of Higher Education Internal Audit Departments 488
M. Fischer and L. Montondon
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on the Management and Policy of State and
Local Government Revenue Forecasting .................................... 522
C. G. Reddick
Symposium Introduction ............................................................. 523
C. G. Reddick
The Dynamics of Government Revenue Forecasting from an
Organizational Perspective: A Review of the Literature .......... 527
J. Sun
Will GASB 34 Induce Changes in Local Government
Forecasting Practice? A Preliminary Investigation ..................... 557
H. A. Frank, G. A. Gianakis, and C. P. McCue

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The Single Audit Act: How Compliant Are Nonprofit
Organizations? ............................................................................... 285
E. K. Keating, M. Fischer, T. P. Gordon and J. Greenlee
SYMPOSIUM
Corruption on the Global Front: A Symposium ...................... 310
S. Khumawala
Corruption on the Global Front: Symposium Introduction ..... 311
S. Khumawala
Impact of Corruption on Foreign Direct Investment and Tax
Revenues ........................................................................................ 313
K. W. Ketkar, A. Murtuza and S. L. Ketkar
Country Level Corruption and Frequency of Issue in the U.S.
Market ........................................................................................... 341
S. Khumawala and L. Ramchand
Public Sector Corruption: Lessons from Daiwa, Sumitomo,
and Bank of Estonia ..................................................................... 365
W. A. Wallace
Corruption and Taxation: Lessons from the Indian Experience 398
J. Vijayakumar, A. A. Rasheed and V.S. Krishnan
Changing Expectations as a Source of and Remedy for
Corruption .................................................................................... 420
S. Sunder

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Financial Distress and Municipal Bankruptcy: The Case of
Prichard, Alabama ......................................................................... 129
D. J. Watson, D. M. Handley and W. L. Hassett
SYMPOSIUM
The Evolution of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting Education: A Symposium .............................................................. 151
S. C. Kattelus, R. H. Cheng and J. H. Engstrom
The Challenges of Cross-Disciplinary Work: Accounting and Financial Reporting for Governments and Nonprofits .............. 152
S. C. Kattelus, R. H. Cheng and J. H. Engstrom
A Survey of Governmental Accounting Education Studies ........ 166
B. K. Henry
Analyzing the Financial Condition of the City of Corona,
California: Using a Case to Teach the GASB 34 Government-
Wide Financial Statements ........................................................... 180
B. A. Chaney
Methods and Resources to Increase Student Interest in
Governmental Accounting ........................................................... 202
S. H. Lowensohn and J. L. Reck
Enhancing Student Learning With Governmental Accounting Jeopardy! ....................................................................................... 223
E. A. Murphy
The Course Development Process for an Integrated Nonprofit Management Course Concentration: Business Competencies
Needed for Nonprofit Careers ..................................................... 249
K. Jervis and P. Sherer

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State Audits in The United States, 1996-2000 ................................ 1
A. Friedberg and C. Lutrin
An Assessment of State Government Revenue Changes for
the Years 1984 Through 1997 …..................................................... 33
F. K. Doamekpor
SYMPOSIUM
State-Supported Gaming in America: A Symposium, Part II .... 61
R. E. Stanley
Beyond the Limits of Recreation: Social Costs of Gambling
in Southern Nevada ......................................................................... 62
W. N. Thompson and R. K. Schwer
A Consideration of Political Culture and Gambling Policy: Has
Economics Trumped Moralistic Politics? ...................................... 94
W. N. Thompson, C. Lutrin, R. F. Wacker and E. Vercher

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