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from Planning for Higher Education v02n1.

Higher education's recent financial problems have generated a series of new strategies in budgeting and the allocation of
resources. An intriguing example is described in a recent 500-page report, Budgeting and Resource Allocation at Princeton
University, reviewed in the following article by Anthony D. Knerr, university associate dean for budget administration at
the City University of New York.
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