Why is it difficult to apply the principles of the private sector to the public sector?

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im from europe trying to understand it in canada

Why is it difficult to apply the principles of the

private sector to the public sector?

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  • 9 years ago
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    Because it's harder to get away with mass corruption in the private sector. At least here in the U.S.

  • 9 years ago

    Because in the private sector, people use their own money as a tool of investment. In the public sector, the government uses other people's money which decreases the incentive to get a return, increases corruption, and is ultimately authoritarian and evil.

    If private individuals could attain wealth as easily as government officials, by telling people they have to give their money or go to jail, then we would live in the most immoral, irrational, and desperately poor society in the world.

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