Introducing Market Forces into Public Services brings together six of Seldons most pivotal essays that discuss his alternative proposals for paying for public services rather than through taxation. Specifically, Seldon focuses on the varied use of vouchers to purchase or receive public services such as health care and education. The recurring theme, as noted in Colin Robinsons introduction, is that non-market provision, financed by taxpayers, leads to a fatal disconnection between suppliers and consumers.
This volume is an invaluable resource for those embroiled in current debates over such issues as education vouchers, health care reform, and overwhelming taxation.
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