Competition, Choice, and Incentives in Government Programs
John M. Kamensky (Editor) and Albert Morales (Editor)
Page count: 496 pages
File size: 8.7 MB
Since the 1980s, the language used around market-based government has muddied its meaning and polarized its proponents and critics, making the topic politicized and controversial. Competition, Choice, and Incentives in Government Programs hopes to reframe competing views of market-based government so it is seen not as an ideology but rather as a fact-based set of approaches for managing government services and programs more efficiently and effectively.