Murray S. Martin
December 20, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 138 Pages
ISBN 9780367371296 - CAT# K442576
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Library and Information Science
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This book, first published in 1983, stresses the need for libraries to weed out expenditures which do not contribute to their basic role - the collection and organization of information - when planning where and when to spend money. It illustrates how priorities and goals must change in accordance with changes in libraries’ roles in the information world.
1. Financial Planning: Introductory Thoughts Murray S. Martin Part 1. General Financial Principles 2. Issues in the Financial Management of Research Libraries Duane E. Webster 3. Financial Planning Needs of Publicly-Supported Academic Libraries in the 1980s: Politics as Usual Edward R. Johnson 4. Planning and Finance: A Strategic Level Model of the University Library Jerome Yavarkovsky 5. Academic Library Decision Support Systems Michael Bommer and Ronald Chorba 6. Returning to the Unified Theory of Budgeting: An Umbrella Concept for Public Libraries Harold R. Jenkins Part 2. Issues in Specific Budget Categories 7. Salary Planning Paul M. Gherman 8. Interlibrary Loan and Resource Sharing: New Approaches Noelene P. Martin 9. Financial Planning for Collection Management Frederick C. Lynden 10. Budgeting for and Controlling the Cost of Other in Library Expenditures: The Distant Relative in the Budgetary Process Sherman Hayes