17 May '11, 3pm

Wrong-headed kinds of efficiency | David Boyle

Wrong-headed kinds of efficiency | David Boyle

Even now, local authorities are proudly demonstrating their propensity to carry on digging by sharing services, regionalising procurement and other wrong-headed measures which can only increase costs in the long run. Because less effective services, inflexible services, services which have to be done over and over again, are far more expensive than those which are flexible enough to get it right first time.

Full article: http://www.neweconomics.org/blog/2011/05/17/wrong-headed-...

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