Do ideological and political motives really matter in the public choice of local services management? Evidence from urban water services in Spain
Andres J. Picazo-Tadeo (),
Francisco González-Gómez (),
Jorge Wanden-Berghe and
Alberto Ruiz-Villaverde ()
Public Choice, 2012, vol. 151, issue 1, pages 215-228
Keywords: Urban water services; Local governments; Contracting out; Privatization; Ideological and political motives; Decision-making; Public Choice; C25; H83; L33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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