Social Returns To Public Information Services: The Case Of Statistical Reporting Of U.S. Farm Commodities
The collection and reporting of information bearing upon decision making in both the public and private sectors are considered to be important functions of government. In this study, we attempt to develop a theoretical framework for estimating the social returns to government expenditures on such public information services.
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