Ordinary People and Public Policy offers a wide-ranging exploration of what people receive and expect from government. The book's starting point is that most people spend more time talking to family and friends or acting as consumers than they spend as voters marking ballots. At the same time most families in a mixed economy depend to some extent on the private benefits of public policy for education, health and social security benefits. The growth of government has thus created new links between public institutions and the everyday concerns of citizens.
Ordinary People in Public Policy
SAGE Publications, Incorporated
A Behavioural Analysis
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