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Markets in the public sector : when do they work, and what do we do when they don't ?

Greener, I. (2008) 'Markets in the public sector : when do they work, and what do we do when they don't ?', Policy and politics., 36 (1). pp. 93-108.

Abstract

There is a danger that we have become so used to the idea of markets in the public sector that they become taken for granted. This article first problematises the terms 'market' and 'public', before going on to talk about markets as they are being used in present policy, and applying a morphogenetic-inspired analysis of their use. Finally, it attempts to work out when and where markets might work in the public sector, and what we might do in terms of public reform where they do not.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Market, Public sector, Health, Education.
Full text:Full text not available from this repository.
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/030557308783431607
Record Created:18 Mar 2010 09:50
Last Modified:16 Mar 2011 09:41

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