Planning for Higher Education Journal

The Budget Cycle as a Basis for Decision Making in Higher Education

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From Volume 4 Number 5 | October 1975
By Freemont James Lyden

As higher education institutions shift from a growth orientation to one of redistributing existing resources, budgeting can play a major innovative role. The author describes a dynamic budgeting approach in which he isolates a number of roles in the budgetary process, shows how these roles interact, and suggests how a budget can be redesigned, according to specific need, without complete reorganization from the top. The article has been adapted from his presentation at SCUP's 10th Annual International Conference, held July 1975 in Minneapolis.

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