Analyzing the performance of alternative institutional arrangements for sustaining rural infrastructure in developing countries

Abstract: This paper, which draws on principles from the new institutional economics and institutional analysis, argues that a principal underlying cause of the lack of sustained rural infrastructure investments in developing countries is the set or sets of perverse incentives.

Author(s): Ostrom, Elinor; Schroeder, Larry; Wynne, Susan

Source(s): , Journal of public administration, research & theory; vol. 3, no. 1 p. 11-45, ill., tabs Journal of public administration, research & theory vol. 3, no. 1

Published: 1993 Texas A&M university]. The Bush school of government and public service, [College Station, TX (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://bush.tamu.edu/pa-archive/JPART3-1.11-45.pdf

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