Public Interests and the Theory of Public Goods

@article{Rubinstein2007PublicIA,
  title={Public Interests and the Theory of Public Goods},
  author={A. Rubinstein},
  journal={Voprosy Economiki},
  year={2007},
  volume={10},
  pages={90-113}
}
The article is devoted to the modern public economics. The author analyzes the German "Finanzwissenschaft" tradition. Major issues connected to the problem of interests of the society as a whole were raised within this tradition: the problem of public goods pricing and the free-rider problem. The author considers this tradition taking into account the neoclassical economic concept of public sector. The article introduces the "public goods paradox" - incompatibility of methodological… Expand
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