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Voters, Legislators and Bureaucracy: Institutional Design in the Public Sector

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  • Fiorina, Morris P.
  • Noll, Roger G.

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  • Fiorina, Morris P. & Noll, Roger G., "undated". "Voters, Legislators and Bureaucracy: Institutional Design in the Public Sector," Working Papers 194, California Institute of Technology, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
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