Sharing Power: Public Governance and Private Markets

Sharing Power: Public Governance and Private Markets

Sharing Power: Public Governance and Private Markets

Sharing Power: Public Governance and Private Markets

Synopsis

In a searching examination of why the " competition prescription" has not worked well, Donald F. Kettl finds that government has largely been a poor judge of private markets. Because government rarely operates in truly competitive markets contracting out has not so much solved the problems of inefficiency, but has aggravated them.
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