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Media Economics: Applying Economics to New and Traditional Media
Education and health care are the two largest government expenditure items in the United States. The public sector directly provides the majority of educational services, through the public school bureaucracy, while most public support for health care is channelled through a system of tax-supported government payments for services provided by private providers. The contrast between public policies in these markets raises a host of questions about the scope of government in a mixed economy, anddoi:10.4135/9781452233109.n13 fatcat:bd6b2rw75vdn5jvrdxohfjrbxm