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On the interaction between state and private sector a study in political economics by F. A. A. M. van Winden

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Published by North-Holland Pub. Co., Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York .
Written in English


  • Economics -- Mathematical models.,
  • Political science -- Mathematical models.,
  • Economic policy -- Mathematical models.,
  • Industrial policy -- Mathematical models.

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Edition Notes

StatementF.A.A.M. van Winden.
SeriesContributions to economic analysis ;, 146
LC ClassificationsHB73 .W56 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 288 p. :
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3166061M
ISBN 100444866671
LC Control Number83008033

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*Private/EnterpriSe; *Public Sector. INSTITUTION. PUB DATE. NOTE 'AVAILABLE FROM. IDENTIFIERS. ABSTRACT. The results of a 2-year study on the interactions between government and private sector information activities are presented in terms of principles and guidelines for federal policy to support the development and use of information resources. The important tendency of MSP concept development is cooperation between state and a private sector, well-known as "public private" partnership (Miller, C. & .   The private sector and the Government interact in many different ways. The private sector has to abide by laws and rules set forth by the Government. These laws and rules are in place to prevent Corporations from taking advantage of the working man. Many years ago, people were made to work in harsh and horrible. • First the boundary between the public and private sectors • Second the boundary between the market and non-market sectors in the public sector. Then: • General government is the group of public sector non-market entities • Public corporations are public sector market entities. This can be split between financial and non-.

A dynamic model of the interaction between state and private sector. PUBLIC-PRIVATE SECTOR RELATIONSHIPS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES MARTIN J. STAAB Georgetown University This paper refutes the conventional wisdom, bolstered in the wake of the Asian financial crisis that governments should not become too friendly with the private sector but, instead, should remain neutral and at arms-length distance.   The Revolving Door between Government Regulation and the Private Sector. While private companies may take the initiative in response to public demand, and intergovernmental cooperation can accomplish many good things, sometimes the solution is for a private-sector company or industry to work directly with the government, as we saw with the Author: OpenStax. Economics Letters 1 () North-Holland Publishing Company A DYNAMIC MODEL OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN STATE AND PRIVATE SECTOR Frans VAN WINDEN and Bernard VAN PRAAG CERPEC, Leyden University, Leyden, The Netherlands Received December The state behaves as if it maximizes a constrained objective function which is a weighted representation of the interests of politicians Cited by: 1.