AABPA Fall Symposium: Were Next for Budgeting? (November 6th)

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Syllabi Database Now Available!

For a long time, ABFM has provided a database of syllabi, assignments and other aides for public finance and management courses. Technical difficulties led to the suspension of this resource a couple years ago. This week, due to the leadership of ABFM Secretary Meagan Jordan, we once again have a Syllabi Database available, and open to the public.

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If you have materials you would like to contribute, you can email them directly to Meagan, mmjordan (at) odu (dot) edu.

Book Launch Party @ABFM Conference, October 3rd

city-on-the-line-coverAndrew Kleine, long time Budget Director for the City of Baltimore, will host a party to celebrate his new book, City on the Line, on Wednesday, October 3rd, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., in Denver, CO, in conjunction with the 2018 ABFM Annual Conference.

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The event will be held at 1490 N. Lafayette St., Suite 201, in Downtown Denver.

Please join us for this special event to help launch an important contribution to good governance.

In City on the Line, former Baltimore budget director Andrew Kleine asks why the way government does its most important job – deciding how to spend taxpayer dollars – hasn’t changed in hundreds of years. Parts memoir, manifesto, and manual, this book tells the story of Baltimore’s radical departure from traditional line item budgeting to a focus on outcomes like better schools, safer streets, and stronger neighborhoods—during one of the most tumultuous decades in the city’s history.  Elected officials, executives, and citizens alike will be equipped to transform budgets in their city, state, or any other mission-driven organization.

ANDREW KLEINE was Baltimore’s budget director from 2008 to 2018.  He is a nationally recognized leader in municipal finance and performance management. He consults with local governments on budgeting for outcomes, financial planning, and efficiency.

Position Announcement: Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska Omaha

Assistant Professor – Public/Nonprofit Budgeting & Financial Management

The School of Public Administration, University of Nebraska Omaha, seeks applicants for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor with an emphasis in public and nonprofit budgeting and financial management, to begin August 2019. A Ph.D. in Public Administration or a relevant field is required by the employment start date. We seek candidates who will make significant contributions in our doctoral and masters programs in teaching and research related to budgeting and financial management. Preference will be given to candidates who have the ability to teach in these areas from both public and nonprofit perspectives, and to those who have expertise in quantitative research methods. The course teaching load for this position is 2:2. Candidates should also be able to teach in both face-to-face and online settings, and demonstrate promise of excellence in research, teaching, and a commitment to community engagement. Review of applications will begin on October 29, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.

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Position Announcement: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Washington-Seattle

Assistant or Associate Professor of Educational Finance, Policy and Politics

THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE, College of Education, seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of Educational Finance, Policy, and Politics, with a focus on educational equity in P-12 settings. This position involves active research agendas in educational finance, as well as the intersections between finance and the politics of education, or the intersections between finance and other aspects of educational policy. This position may also involve quantitative methods and collaborating with qualitative or mixed methods scholars. In this role, the successful candidate will bring an explicit equity lens to their scholarship, with a focus on examining resource distribution, management arrangements, and other policies, especially at the state-level, that hinder or foster equitable public education for historically marginalized students.

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