The effects of policy making on the design of economic policy instruments: politics as usual


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Bressers, Hans Th.A. and Huitema, Dave (1997) The effects of policy making on the design of economic policy instruments: politics as usual. In: Peter B. Boorsma & Kees Aarts & Albert E. Steenge (Eds.), Public priority setting: rules and costs. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht/Boston/London, pp. 181-200. ISBN 9780792348238

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Abstract:Three scientists are stranded on an uninhabited island. They do not have any food and they cannot return to the world of civilization. The engineer indicates that she is helpless: there are no tools available to build a boat. The political scientist is at a loss: she is not powerful enough to goad any others into action. The economist, however, cries out that he has the answer: let us assume we have the power to make the right equipment arrive, wouldn’t the problem be solved?
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