Aimee Franklin's research interests include: public budgeting and finance, financial management, financial controls, and experimental research.
||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. |
||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. |
||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. |
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation SECONDARY