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Reference no. 273-100-1
Authors: David Simmons
Published by: Cranfield School of Management
Published in: 1973
Length: 2 pages
Data source: Generalised experience
Topics: Budgeting; Financing

Abstract

A description of the financial difficulties which arose in the management department of ''Beniton'' Polytechnic when the head of department organised a series of seminars led by very experienced American professors. The department operated a ''net budget'' system for its short courses but on this occasion the income from fees fell considerably short of that estimated and the department incurred a substantial loss. This case may be used to provoke an examination of the financing of further education.
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A description of the financial difficulties which arose in the management department of ''Beniton'' Polytechnic when the head of department organised a series of seminars led by very experienced American professors. The department operated a ''net budget'' system for its short courses but on this occasion the income from fees fell considerably short of that estimated and the department incurred a substantial loss. This case may be used to provoke an examination of the financing of further education.

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1969

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