Lawrence D. Brown, Lawrence R. Jacobs, "The Private Abuse of the Public Interest: Market Myths and Policy Muddles"
University Of Chicago Press 2008 | ISBN-10: 0226076431 | 160 Pages | PDF | 1,7 MB
"Eloquently argued and written in a straightforward style that will speak to concerned citizens and scholars alike, The Private Abuse of the Public Interest addresses one of the most profound problems in governance today. In the process, it attests to unconventional truths: markets are less adept at providing policy solutions than is commonly accepted; markets and public interventions are not irreconcilable opposites; and even those most ardent about rolling back state power now recognize that government is here to stay."-Cathie Jo Martin, Boston University (Cathie Jo Martin, Boston University )
"Social science at its best pokes holes in conventional wisdom, proving through data and logic why what we know-or think we know-is not really true. The Private Abuse of the Public Interest does just that-showing persuasively that conservatives' moves to expand markets and thus cut government have more often than not actually resulted in more government and more regulation. The authors make a powerful plea for pragmatism that ought to convince all but the most hardened ideologues."-Norman Ornstein, American Enterprise Institute (Norman Ornstein, American Enterprise Institute )
No Mirrors, pls
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