Aimee L. Franklin

University of Oklahoma
Political Science

455 W. Lindsey
DAHT 205
Norman, OK
USA
73019
alfranklin@ou.edu

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Aimee Franklin's research interests include: public budgeting and finance, financial management and controls and stakeholder engagement.

Citation:
Franklin, Aimee L., Conner, Thaddieus1, and Crawford, Christopher2. (2016) “Exploring the Trajectory of Oklahoma Indian Gaming Policy: How Might Outcomes Achieved and Key Events Influence 2020 Compact Negotiations?” Oklahoma Politics. 26:89-121.
Citation:
Yusuf, Wie, Jordan, Meagan, Ebdon, Carol and Franklin Aimee L. (2018). “How Much are Citizen Perceptions of Fiscal Accountability Influenced by Government Transparency, Information Access and Participation Opportunities?” Public Finance and Management. 1(1): 201.
Citation:
Long, Edward, and Franklin, Aimee L. 2004. "The Paradox of GPRA Implementation: Top-Down Direction for Bottom-Up Implementation." Public Administration Review 64 (3):298-308.
Citation:
Douglas, James W., and Franklin, Aimee L. 2006. "Putting the Brakes on the Rush to Spend Down End of the Year Balances: Carry Forward Money in Oklahoma State Agencies." Public Budgeting & Finance 26 (3):46-64.
Citation:
Franklin, Aimee L., Alfred T. Ho, and Carol Ebdon. 2009. "Participatory Budgeting in Midwestern States: Democratic Connection or Citizen Disconnection." Public Budgeting & Finance 29 (3):52-73.

Substantive Focus:
Governance PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation SECONDARY

Keywords

BUDGETING FINANCIAL CONTROL GOVERNANCE INDIAN GAMING POLICY STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT