Public Money & Management is a leading journal that publishes papers considering all aspects of public services accounting and management, and now CIPFA students can benefit from receiving it at a significantly reduced rate.
Public Money & Management (PMM) is published six times a year in January, March, May, July, September and November and is an excellent source journal for CIPFA students. An academically rigorous journal, PMM seeks to address the needs of policy-makers and practitioners, as well as academics and is a fantastic resource not only for examination preparation, but also to ready yourself to enter the public services as a practitioner or policy-maker.
Papers are published that report on the latest research in a way that is accessible to a broad audience of readers. Papers are also shorter than many academic journals and aim to focus on practice. With insights from across the globe – authors provide generic insights or comparisons between different approaches to accounting and management in the public services and in the charity sector – and now CIPFA Students can benefit from having access to these papers at a significantly reduced rate of only £31!
But don't just take our word for it – we have made two recent articles free for you to access so you can see for yourself why PMM is so useful:
Richard Laughlin, volume 32, issue 1, 2012
Claire Moxham, volume 33, issue 3, 2013
With various opportunities to contribute your views in debate articles commenting on contemporary issues that maybe controversial, PMM can support you throughout your career as a source of information and you may even wish to contribute to PMM by submitting papers or shorter articles at some stage in your study or career!
To take advantage of this great offer - please visit the Taylor & Francis website, call: 020 7017 5543 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about PMM, please contact the Managing Editor: email@example.com.
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