Partners, Not Rivals Privatization and the Public Good

Minow, Martha

Partners, Not Rivals Privatization and the Public Good
DATE 2003
AUTHOR Minow, Martha
ISBN 9780807043318

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In a time of increasing privatisation of public services, can we ensure that profit doesn't outweigh the public good? Martha Minow sheds light on this complicated picture.Minow, Martha is the author of 'Partners, Not Rivals Privatization and the Public Good', published 2003 under ISBN 9780807043318 and ISBN 0807043311.


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