Public research sector
The public research sector includes public scientific and technological institutions (EPST) such as the CNRS, the INSERM and the INRA, public industrial and commercial institutions (EPIC) such as the CEA or the CNES, and higher education institutions (universities, national polytechnic institutes, e...
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That part of the economy under state control.
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The part of the economy which is made up of Government enterprises and activities. The public sector includes public service departments, essential services such as health, education, transport and defence. See also Private Sector.
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The part of the economy that is owned and controlled by the state, namely central government, local government, and government enterprises. In a ...
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The area of a nation's economy that is tax-supported and under government control. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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(from the article `economic systems`) Thus, one very important element in the advent of a new stage of capitalism was the emergence of a large public sector expected to serve as a ...
Found op http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/p/130
Refers to Federal, state, or local Government. A public sector organization is any agency, office, or bureau that is funded, directly or indirectly, by public tax revenues.
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The public sector, sometimes referred to as the state sector or the government sector, is a part of the state that deals with either the production, delivery and allocation of goods and services by and for the government or its citizens, whether national, regional or local/municipal. Examples of pu...
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Those marketing activities that are a carried out by government agencies for public service rather than for profit.
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The part of the economy that is owned and controlled by the state, namely central government, local government, and government enterprises. In a command economy, the public sector provides most of the resources in the economy. The opposite of the public sector is the private sector, where resources ...
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