A fascinating study of factors contributing to the success of public housing from the tenant's point of view. This book is a welcomed addition to the literature on governmental housing programs.
Alvin Rabushka, the David and Joan Traitel Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, works in the public policy areas of taxation in the United States and abroad, economic development in the Pacific Rim countries, and the transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe, notably Russia.
The Flat Tax (Second Edition)
Fixing Russia's Banks
Caseworkers or Police?
The United States in the 1980s
William G. Weissert is a research fellow in the Intramural Research Division of the National Center for Health Services Research, U.S. Public Health Service. He earned a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and his doctorate in government from Claremont Graduate School. From 1971 to 1975, he was director of public policy research at TransCentury Corporation, a Washington research firm whose findings are reported here. His other publications include Organizational Change (Robinson-Warfield, 1972) and numerous articles and reports.
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