According to the theories of urban management, public goods and public choice, this passage analyses the status and lessons of investment and financing system of urban infrastructure, points out their advantages as well as shortcomings, and also provides advices in details for the innovation and reforms.
Based on the background of the development of our contry's economy at top speed and the present situation of safety work, this paper analyses the causes for the lack of safety as a knid of public product and expound some proposals and measures to strengthen safety management and to improve safety condition.
For the incomplete supply system, there are many problems in supplying rural public good, such as short quantity, unreasonable structure, low efficiency, unfair burden and so on, which directly affect the stabilization and development of the country.
Marco Ferroni, Ashoka Mody (eds.): International Public Goods.
Incentive mechanism design for public goods provision: Price cap regulation and optimal regulation
This paper studies the mechanism design that induces firms to provide public goods under two regulatory means: price cap regulation and optimal regulation, respectively.
By solving this problem, we get the two optimal regulatory mechanisms to induce the provision of public goods.
Further, by comparative statics, the conclusion is drawn that the welfare loss associated with price cap regulation, with respective to optimal regulation, increases more with increase of the expense of public goods.
Recent cases of the Supreme-Court involving wetlands and coastal property reveal the tensions that exist between sovereign power for the public good and the protection of individual property as a bulwark against arbitrary government.
ISLAMIC INSTITUTIONS AND PROPERTY RIGHTS: THE CASE OF THE 'PUBLIC GOOD' WAQF
The very existence of the UN structures as a tool for international agreement making can be considered as a global public good of an intermediate nature.
The emergence of coordination in public good games
A note on determinants of local government provision of an impure public good: The case of education