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Institutional Arrangements and the Delivery of Urban Services: Empirical Studies

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Type: Working Paper
Author: Wilson, Rick K.
Date: 1978
Agency: Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/4004
Sector: Urban Commons
Subject(s): service delivery--bibliography
urban affairs
Abstract: "Three factors were used to determine what would be included in this bibliography. The first deals with whether or not a study is concerned with institutional arrangements. The second factor deals with the presence or absence of an analysis pertaining to the distribution of public goods within an urban society. the final factor is concerned with whether or not the study is empirical in nature. It should be cautioned that some nonempirical works were included in this bibliography--however, these are considered to be classical formulations of the problems on which the empirical studies are based. By and large, for a study to be included, it had to incorporate all three of these factors. "The bibliography cannot claim to be a complete compendium of all studies that meet its criteria. It is highly selective, although an attempt was consciously made by the compiler to include as many relevant studies as possible. The citations contained in the bibliography were gleaned from approximately 800 articles and papers that were broadly related to the subject."

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