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Economics of the public sector

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        StatementW.W. Norton
        PublishersW.W. Norton
        LC Classifications1988
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 110 p. :
        Number of Pages98
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100393956830

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Summary economics of the public sector

The loss in public enterprises is a loss of public. Public choice theory argues that individuals in the public sector make choices that maximize their utility—whether as voters, politicians, or bureaucrats, people seek solutions consistent with their self-interest. The government establishes public sector organizations to ensure that the required services are rendered to the public.