With his public choice theory, Nobel laureate James Buchanan pointed out how public interest groups, including public servants, end up working for themselves at the expense of the public. The US Environmental Protection Agency has long fulfilled this precition. In fact, a 1980 blue ribbon panel concluded that the EPA's work was rife with what became known as "junk science": A habit of selectively citing data designed to support preconceived and self-serving ambitions and policy goals.
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Book Description Fraser Institute, The, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1999. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Still Wrapped. Bookseller Inventory # 012643
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