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MMSL 6670 Budgeting and Resource Allocation: Welcome & Course Readings

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MMSL 6670 Course Readings

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DeThomas, A. R. (1980). Forecasting the Cash Budget in the Small Firm. American Journal of Small Business, 4(3), 9–20. 

Epstein, M. J., & McFarlan, F. W. (2011). Nonprofit vs. for-profit boards: Critical differences. Strategic Finance, 92(9), 28–35. 

Escamilla, C., & Venta, H. (2010). The symphony of southeast Texas in 2010: Managing a regional orchestra in modern times. Journal of Business Case Studies, 6(6), 85–95. 

Joseph, G. (2009). Mapping, measurement and alignment of strategy using the balanced scorecard: The Tata Steel case. Accounting Education, 18(2), 117–130. 

Kwok, J. S., & Rabe, E. C. (2010). Conflict between doing well and doing good? Capital budgeting case study—Coors. Journal of Business Case Studies, 6(6), 123–130. 

Mensah, Y. M., Lam, K. C. K., & Werner, R. H. (2008). An approach to evaluating relative effectiveness in non-profit institutions. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, 20(3), 324–354. 

Piché, M. (2009). Planning and budgeting in non-profit organizations. CMA Management, 83(1), 22–27. 

Quesado, P., Aibar, B., Lima, L. (2018). Advantages and contributions in the balanced scorecard implementation. Intangible Capital. 14:1, 186-201. 

Shim, J. K., Siegel, J. G., & Shim, A. I. (2012). Budgeting basics and beyond (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 

Zimmerman, S.D. Accounting and Advising in the Nonprofit Sector. Main Street Practitioner. May 2018:15-17. 

Other Readings

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