Public Budgeting & Finance
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Edited By: William Duncombe and Philip Joyce
Online ISSN: 1540-5850
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Meet the Editors!
Philip Joyce is Professor of Management, Finance and Leadership at the Maryland School of Public Policy. He has published extensively on public budgeting and finance issues. His latest book is The Congressional Budget Office: Honest Numbers, Power and Policymaking (Georgetown Press, 2011). Phil also has twelve years of public sector work experience, including five years each with the Illinois Bureau of the Budget and the U.S. Congressional Budget Office.
William Duncombe is Professor of Public Administration at The Maxwell School, Syracuse University. His research specialties include state and local public finance with a particular interest on education finance. He has published extensively in journals in public administration, public finance, and economics. He was awarded in 2009 the Aaron B. Wildavsky Award for lifetime scholarly achievement from the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management.