Why Has the Public Sector Grown So Large in Market Societies?: The Political Economy of Prudence in the UK, C.1870-2000 Avner Offer

ISBN: 9780199514359

Published: March 5th 2004

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46 pages


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Why Has the Public Sector Grown So Large in Market Societies?: The Political Economy of Prudence in the UK, C.1870-2000  by  Avner Offer

Why Has the Public Sector Grown So Large in Market Societies?: The Political Economy of Prudence in the UK, C.1870-2000 by Avner Offer
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Victorian-style public/private standoffs in the United Kingdom have emerged again, with prudential crises in pensions, education, health, communications and transport. Professor Offers text constitutes a timely intervention in debates about the roleMoreVictorian-style public/private standoffs in the United Kingdom have emerged again, with prudential crises in pensions, education, health, communications and transport.

Professor Offers text constitutes a timely intervention in debates about the role of the private sector in providing public services, whilst focusing on the historical reasons why provision moved from the private to the public sector in the first place.



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