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    Please try again later. As a BSocSc student I found this book to be a very valuable when looking to get a grasp of how economics relates to social policy. Useful and comprehensive set out of much theory, though slight prejudice on student fees. Good use of data. The title of this book is IMO somewhat misleading - but only by understatement. Barr examines the role of the state in the provision of public goods, which free markets fail to produce in optimum quantities or to allocate efficiently.

    Early on he gives the standard, neo-Pigovian analysis of the characteristics of public goods and then deals with specific public goods such as defence, education and health services. The emphasis, particularly in health services, is to consider payment, provision not necessarily by the same actor and the consumption decision.

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    The result is an insightful view of the underlying economic mechanisms. In particular Barr sticks rigorously to positive aspects of the issues and scrupulously avoids normative discussion - a welcome change from the pseudo-positive but crypto-normative approach that one gets from many neoclassical economists. Anyone concerned with understanding the economics of public service provision should read this book - because they don't come much better!

    Nicholas Barr has written an excellent text, which focuses of the economic and financial structures of social welfare systems. A quite brilliant analysis, one which does not dabble in political comment which is the norm with similar other books. A must for the economics student, and a challenging read for anyone interested in how our welfare system works - or how it should work! A useful primer for understanding some of the main ideological currents on issues of social welfare, but the conclusions tend towards New Labour policy prescriptions.

    However, it's in the discussion of the funding of Higher Education when the wheels really come off. Any attempt at balance is suddenly deserted with the edict that There is No Alternative to tuition fees.