Evaluating the Impact of the Congressional Budget Office at Middle Age

. Congress and the Presidency. 2016;43(3):279-299.Abstract
The Congressional Budget Office, which turned 40 years old in 2015, was created in order to provide the Congress with independent budgetary and economic information. The impact of CBO has been most clearly felt in its cost estimates of pending legislation. CBO is sometimes criticized for its estimates, and the article addresses several of these criticisms. The future influence of CBO will depend on its ability to maintain its nonpartisan reputation.
Lee, Robert D. JRJPWG.

Public Budgeting Systems

. 9th ed. Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett; 2013.
Joyce PG.

The Costs of Budget Uncertainty

. Washington, DC: IBM Center for the Business of Government; 2012. the_costs_of_budget_uncertainty.pdf
Joyce PG.

The Obama Administration and PBB

. Public Administration Review. 2011;71(3):356-367. obama_administration_and_pbb.pdf
Joyce P.

The Congressional Budget Office:  Honest Numbers, Power and Policymaking

. 1st ed. Washington: Georgetown University Press; 2011.

Public Budgeting in 2020 (with Scott Pattison)

. Public Administration Review. 2010;70(Supplement):524-532. public_administration_in_2020.pdf