Please join us in congratulating Dr. Natalia Ermasova on her recent publications.
“Administrative Innovations in Capital Budgeting at the State Level in the USA during the Great Recession” Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.4, No.10, October, 2013, 957-972.
Another article titled, "The Improvement of Capital Budgeting at the State Level in the USA" in Public Administration Research, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2013.
Dr. Ermasova states, “This research examines the effects of economic decline on changes in capital budgeting practices. Dr. Ermasova choose capital budgeting practices of the following states as the examples of the successful use of analytics, data, and performance information: California, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, New York, Oregon, and Vermont. The result of this research will improve the knowledge about best practices in capital planning and budgeting and, finally, will contribute to greater efficiency in capital spending within states. This study expands the knowledge of capital budgeting ‘best practices’ for practicing planners, developers, budget analytics, debt managers, and policy makers in the areas of capital planning, financing, and budgeting.”
Public Administration Research (PAR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers in the field of public administration. The journal is published semiannually in both print and online versions by the Canadian Center of Science and Education. The scope of PAR includes the following fields: public administration, public policy, public management, human resource management, organizational theory in public administration, ethics in public administration, policy analysis and public budgeting.
Finally an article entitled “The Impact of policy risk on innovation activity in Russia” (Ermasova N., Ermasov S.) published in the SAM Advanced Management Journal Volume 78, Number 4 Autumn 2013, pp 23-34.