EFFECTS OF SUBOPTIMIZATION ON URBAN GOVERNMENT DECISION MAKING

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  • Carl S. Shoup,

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    • Assistant Professor of Economics and Research Associate, Institute of Public Policy Studies, The University of Michigan. I am indebted to Harvey Brazer, John Crecine, Bryan Ellickson, Werner Hirsch, William Neenan, and Sidney Winter for helpful comments during the gestation of this paper. Research support was provided by the Institute of Public Policy Studies at the University of Michigan, and by a Ford Foundation grant to the Institute of Government and Public Affairs at the University of California, Los Angeles.
  • Donald C. Shoup

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    • Columbia University.

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