Cameralistics

Cam`e`ra`lis´tics


n.1.The science of finance or public revenue.
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Von der Kameralistik zur Kosten- und Leistungsrechnung [From cameralistics to cost and performance accounting].
A better strategy would be to continue using cameralistics and by adding enterprise cameralistics.
Over the last decades, much time and effort is being spent to move from cameralistic accounting towards accrual accounting in order to increase transparency of the public accounting data.
Emma Korner, Christian Gottfried Korner's 21-year-old daughter, in a letter dated November 1809 to Friedrich Benedict Weber, fourteen years her senior, a professor of cameralistics and her father's cousin, tells about her reading of Die Wahlverwandtschaften.
Such close linkages between the science of "good householding" and the "science of police" transformed Cameralistics into a truly poli tical economy.
In this case, Backhaus and Wagner in their 1988 article on cameralistics have examined the situation in Germany.