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000013409 245__ $$aIDENTIFYING THE PUBLIC VALUE IN EXTENSION PROGRAMS
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000013409 270__ $$mkalam002@umn.edu$$pKalambokidis,   Laura
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000013409 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000013409 446__ $$aEnglish
000013409 490__ $$aStaff Paper P03-6
000013409 520__ $$aGovernment budget crises have compelled state Extension Services to defend their receipt of state and county funding. A key to that defense is persuading citizens and policymakers of Extension's "public value": the benefit from Extension programs to those who are not directly served. This paper uses the principles of public sector economics to help formulate that defense and describes how Extension staff have applied economic principles to identify the public value in their own programs. The approach, developed into a workshop for program teams, serves to both sustain programs that have strong public value and identify programs that do not.
000013409 650__ $$aTeaching/Communication/Extension/Profession
000013409 700__ $$aKalambokidis, Laura
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