Changes in the competition for city trash collection may mean efficiencies come at the expense of social equity
Few of us would think of looking to the trash can in search of social equity issues. But a multi-year study by Jing Wang and Erica McFadden in a southwestern US city raises the question of whether cities using private contractors for trash collection are trading social equity for efficiency, with La...
|Place of publication:||
The London School of Economics and Political Science 11.03.2016
|Data of publication:||2016-03-11|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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