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by Theodore Caplow

Author: Theodore Caplow
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger; First Thus edition (August 23, 1994)
Pages: 176 pages
Category: Other
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During the past 20 years, the great human service systems of the United States have suffered a spectacular decline in efficiency and effectiveness along with a spectacular increase in costs.

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Perverse incentives: The neglect of social technology in the public sector. During the past 20 years, the great human service systems of the United States have suffered a spectacular decline in efficiency and effectiveness along with a spectacular increase in costs.

Caplow, Theodore (1994). Praeger - original from the University of Michigan. ISBN 978-0-275-94933-4. Veblen, T. B. (1891). Some Neglected Points in the Theory of Socialism. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2, 57-74.

Theodore Caplow, American sociologist. Decorated Purple Heart. With Army of the United States, 1943-1945, PTO. Member Tocqueville Society (president 1979-1983), American Sociological Association (secretary 1983-1986), Farmington Hunt Club, Albemarle Yacht Club,(Charlottesville), Century (New York City), Tarratine Club (Dark Harbor, Maine). All Faithful People was first published in 1983.

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During the past 20 years, the great human service systems of the United States have suffered a spectacular decline in efficiency and effectiveness along with a spectacular increase in costs. The deficiencies threaten all of us. This work offers an original and penetrating explanation of how the problems in these systems developed, how they are interconnected, and how they might be remedied. The book does not confine itself to identifying perverse incentives, but assesses in detail the feasibility of removing or alleviating them in each of the systems considered.