President Bushs 1000 points of light, with its deemphasis on federal services flames this decades debate over the effectiveness of public versus private services. Does the private sector provide better services more efficiently than the public sector? Captive Populations examines this debate by comparing for-profit, nonprofit, and government service delivery for four dependent population groups. Focus is placed on services provided to these groups: education and child care, health-care systems, criminal justice services, and long-term care for the elderly.
|AUTOR||Jennie J. Kronenfeld, Marcia Lynn Whicker, Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld|
The primary goal of captive breeding, also known as ex situ conservation, is to develop a self-sustaining or increasing population of an endangered species in ... to provide a rational strategy for selecting a population of founders for a captive breeding program. The hope is to capture most of the available genetic diversity ...