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Christopher Mullin highlights ways in which financial officers in higher educational bodies can be empowered to practice social equity

Christopher Mullin highlights ways in which financial officers in higher educational bodies can be empowered to practice social equity

In chapter four, Christopher Mullin highlights ways in which financial officers in higher
educational bodies can be empowered to practice social equity and fairness in distributing funds.
Equity is well defined as a set of legal practices and rules established to broaden, enhance, and
prevail over a rigid traditional law system. A clear understanding of the revenues and
expenditure of an institution will help in understanding the institution’s strategic plan. Return

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Christopher Mullin highlights ways in which financial officers in higher educational bodies can be empowered to practice social equity

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