This comprehensive new text breaks the mould of traditional Public
Sector Economics texts. It provides the student with a solid
grounding in theory and focuses on how this theory can be applied
to a broad range of contemporary issues such as health and
education, the monopoly regulation and privatisation, as well as
taxes and incentives. This approach teaches the student to
understand how the public sector interacts with the rest of the
economy, why governments act in the way they do, enabling them to
evaluate policies and their alternatives.
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