Course: POLS 466. The Politics of Public Spending (3)

Critical analysis of how government financial policies are formulated and controlled within a setting of conflicting views and interests. Examines the influence of the system of checks and balances: the effects of cooperation between chief executives, administrators, budget bureaus, legislators, pressure groups and the general public; and the impact of government spending on the private economy. Available for graduate credit.

Fall-2024 - Schedule of Classes

POLS 466

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