Planning and the Political Market: Public Choice and the Politics of Government Failure

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Planning and the Political Market argues that the enthusiasm for planning as an essential component of environmental protection is misplaced. Drawing on the experience of Britain and other Western democracies, the author uses public choice theory to explore the practical experience of land use planning as an example of government failure.The book opens by outlining the institutional focus of public choice theory, examining the central questions of market and government failure and the theoretical case for government ...

Planning and the Political Market: Public Choice and the Politics of Government Failure 2001, Athlone Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780485006063

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