Her primary areas of study are Service delivery framework, Local government, Public economics, Public service and Competition. She combines subjects such as Economies of scale, Politics and Public administration with her study of Service delivery framework. Her study in Local government is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Corporate governance, Finance, Outsourcing, Public engagement and Government.
Her research brings together the fields of Inter-municipal cooperation and Public economics. Her work deals with themes such as Public choice and Industrial organization, which intersect with Public service. Her Competition research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Marketing, Contract management, Transaction cost and Monopoly.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Local government, Economic growth, Public economics, Service delivery framework and Government. The various areas that she examines in her Local government study include Corporate governance, Transaction cost, Finance and Politics. Her studies in Economic growth integrate themes in fields like Zoning and Value.
Her Public economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Equity and Inter-municipal cooperation. Mildred E. Warner studied Service delivery framework and Competition that intersect with Public service and Marketing. Her research integrates issues of Rural area and State, Market economy in her study of Government.
Mildred E. Warner focuses on Local government, Bond, Social impact, State and Public economics. Her studies deal with areas such as Finance, Public participation, Economic policy, Service delivery framework and Politics as well as Local government. Her research investigates the connection with Economic policy and areas like New public management which intersect with concerns in Inter-municipal cooperation.
Her study looks at the relationship between Service delivery framework and topics such as Economic growth, which overlap with Ethnic group. Her State research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public finance, Austerity, Revenue and Law and economics. The concepts of her Public economics study are interwoven with issues in Mechanism, Property tax, Welfare, State policy and Payment by Results.
Mildred E. Warner mainly focuses on Local government, Cost savings, Finance, State and Revenue. Her Local government study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Service delivery framework. Her Service delivery framework study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic growth, Diversification and Transaction cost.
Her State research incorporates themes from Public finance, Public economics and Austerity. Her work investigates the relationship between Austerity and topics such as Political economy that intersect with problems in Bond and Politics. Her studies examine the connections between Revenue and genetics, as well as such issues in Fiscal federalism, with regards to Development economics and Decentralization.
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Is Private Production of Public Services Cheaper Than Public Production? A Meta-Regression Analysis of Solid Waste and Water Services.
Germà Bel;Xavier Fageda;Mildred E. Warner.
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (2010)
Does privatization of solid waste and water services reduce costs? A review of empirical studies
Germà Bel;Mildred Warner.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2008)
INTER-MUNICIPAL COOPERATION AND COSTS: EXPECTATIONS AND EVIDENCE
Germà Bel;Mildred E. Warner.
Public Administration (2015)
COMPETITION OR MONOPOLY? COMPARING PRIVATIZATION OF LOCAL PUBLIC SERVICES IN THE US AND SPAIN
Mildred E. Warner;Germà Bel.
Public Administration (2008)
Factors explaining inter-municipal cooperation in service delivery: a meta-regression analysis
Germà Bel;Mildred E. Warner.
Journal of Economic Policy Reform (2016)
Privatization and intermunicipal contracting: the US local government experience 1992-2007
Amir Hefetz;Mildred E Warner;Eran Vigoda-Gadot.
Environment and Planning C-government and Policy (2012)
Local government reform: Privatisation and its alternatives
Germà Bel;Robert Hebdon;Mildred Warner.
Local Government Studies (2007)
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