Public managers make equity-efficiency trade-offs

In this article in Public Administration Review, Marcos Fernandez-Gutiérrez and I analyse the positions of top public officials on an equity‐efficiency trade‐off and the determinants of those positions. We use data from the COCOPS Top Public Executive Survey. Results show that differences in public officials’ positions on equity‐efficiency are related to the context in which they work and to their personal background. Read more here or check the free preprint.

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