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2. What are some differences between public and private sector planning? Why is broad public involvement important to the public planning process?

3. What public revenue source do you consider particularly equitable and effective? Why? At what level of government does that revenue authority reside?

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2. What are some differences between public and private sector planning? Why is broad public involvement important to the public planning process?
There are some differences between public and private sector planning. This first stage of planning involves setting up ob objectives and goals. In case of private sector planning, profitability is an overriding concern. Matters relating to cost control related to profitability take precedence. However, in case of public sector planning the objectives take precedence and matters of profitability do not enter the planning. Further, in case of private sector planning ...

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