A Preliminary Examination of Budget Planning Practices of Private Midwest Universities
Fink, Susan Jo Breakenridge
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Higher education budgets have had problems being both efficient and effective. As students become harder to attract and costs continue to increase, it is important to find ways to reduce waste and stay competitive. Institutions are searching for the budgeting model that will work best for their institution. This research examines usage of budgeting models and incentive and participation programs to enhance the budget's effectiveness.
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