Polizei, as far as I am aware, never refers to "policy". In modern German, it only means Police.
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This part about Cameralism is rather from an historic point of view and could be enlarged indicating that cameralism has also the fundament of cameralistic accounting (German: Kameralistik). Nowadays the term 'budgetary accounting' is more appropriate and this budgetary accounting is covers an important part of public administration. Instead of budgetary accounting, which is principally the same as cameralistic accounting, some scholars call it 'cash accounting', but this term actually is misused.
In the references you could add an important publication in this respect, being: Monsen, Norvald (2002), 'The Case for Cameral Accounting ', Financial Accountability & Management, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 39-72
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- Reference : J. Christiaens & J. Rommel, 2006. "Governmental Accounting Reforms: Going Back Where We Belong?," Working Papers of Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University, Belgium 06/398, Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.