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Cash-based budgeting a response to revenue uncertainty by O. Alexander Hoke

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Published by House Research Agency, Alaska State Legislature in [Juneau] .
Written in English



  • Alaska.


  • Budget -- Alaska.

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Edition Notes

StatementO. Alexander Hoke.
SeriesHouse Research Agency report ;, 83-A
ContributionsAlaska. Legislature. House of Representatives. Research Agency.
LC ClassificationsHJ2053.A4 H64 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination79 p. :
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3003035M
LC Control Number84622212

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