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Civic government or market-based governance? The limits of privatization for rural local governments

Issue Title: Civic Alternatives in Rural Development Thomas Lyson argued that civic markets were possible and could have positive impacts on rural development. Increasingly local governments are being forced into market-based governance regimes of privatization, decentralization and free trade. This article explores the impacts of these trends on rural local governments in the US. These market trends can erode civic foundations, but recent data show local governments are balancing markets with civic concerns and giving increased attention to citizen interests in the service delivery process. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

Agriculture and Human Values

ProQuest期刊

2009

133-143

ProQuest

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