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Private Means--Public Ends: Private Business in Social Service Delivery
     

Private Means--Public Ends: Private Business in Social Service Delivery

by Barry J. Carroll (Editor), Thomas A. Easton (Editor), Ralph W. Conant (Editor)
 

This book is a timely response to the current U.S. crisis in public funding. Offering a new philosophy of public service that defies the old categories of conservative and liberal, this practical book shows how the problem-solving abilities and profit-making discipline of the business community can make it a productive alternative for meeting public needs. Using

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This book is a timely response to the current U.S. crisis in public funding. Offering a new philosophy of public service that defies the old categories of conservative and liberal, this practical book shows how the problem-solving abilities and profit-making discipline of the business community can make it a productive alternative for meeting public needs. Using education as an example of what should be a high domestic priority, the authors argue that business should recognize that it has a major stake in the quality of the product of our schools and should provide support. The book delineates other areas of national concern that merit the attention of American business. It concludes with an insightful discussion of how business involvement might be reinforced by incentive systems.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780275924294
Publisher:
ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date:
12/08/1986
Pages:
204
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.50(d)
Lexile:
1370L (what's this?)

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