Public Enterprise

  • Hugh Stretton
  • Lionel Orchard

Abstract

It is widely believed that public enterprises tend to neglect their customers’ wants; to allocate productive resources inefficiently and use them inefficiently; and to resist reform or closure when those are needed. Together the four beliefs compose what may be called a theory of public incompetence.

Keywords

Corn Dust Europe Income Marketing 

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© Hugh Stretton and Lionel Orchard 1994

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  • Hugh Stretton
  • Lionel Orchard

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