Government-sponsored Enterprises: Mercantilist Companies in the Modern World
"Among the new tools of public action, none is more curious, more obscure, and more difficult to penetrate than the government-sponsored enterprise. Not quite a private-sector company, yet not quite a government agency, the GSE occupies a strange netherworld of organizational life rarely visited by any but the most intrepid explorers."--BOOK JACKET.
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Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, First Update Supplement
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