Introduces those with relatively little mathematical training and only an intermediate economic theory course to the important economic issues of collective choice and public welfare. Two central topics are addressed: the ability of government to assess and reflect social concerns, and the effectiveness of government in achieving its stated objectives. An important book for anyone interested in economic policy making.
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Connell /f John /i F.