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Animal health services: finding the balance between public and private delivery



Animal health services: finding the balance between public and private delivery



World Bank Research Observer 9(1): 71-96



Growing fiscal deficits and greater awareness of the huge economic cost of often-inefficient government activities have renewed interest in transferring the delivery of important services from the public to the private sector in developing countries.

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DOI: 10.1093/wbro/9.1.71



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