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Government Failure

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  • Wilfred Dolfsma

This highly unique book takes a fundamental look at when and how a government can fail at its core responsibility of formulating rules. Government, representing society, relates to the economy by formulating the rules within which (market) players should operate. Although market and business failure are much discussed in the economics literature, government failure is often overlooked. This book addresses this gap, exploring in detail what constitutes government failure.

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This book is provided by Edward Elgar Publishing in its series Books with number 15372 and published in 2013.
ISBN: 9781782546061
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