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There has developed in recent years some concern about the effectiveness of government policy, especially concerning its implementation and the agencies responsible for it. Institutional economics and transaction cost economics provide a number of pointers to the evaluation of past policy aims which appear pertinent. More broadly, the paper pleads for wider application of the structure/conduct/performance paradigm to given policy implementation. Some case studies are discussed and suggestions made for future application.

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