Public Budgeting & Finance

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Edited By: Philip Joyce and William Simonsen

Online ISSN: 1540-5850

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Philip Joyce

Philip Joyce, MarylandPhilip 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.


Bill Simonsen, UConnBill Simonsen is a Professor in the Department of Public Policy at the University of Connecticut. He has published widely in the area of public budgeting and finance. Specifically, his research focuses on municipal debt issuance and citizen preferences for public services. Before his academic career, he held positions at Moody's Investors Service, the New York City Office of Management and Budget, and the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

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