- Title Pages
- NOMOS LX
- Preface Jack Knight and Melissa Schwartzberg
- 1 Some (Largely) Ignored Problems With Privatization
- 2 In Defense of Accountability as a Lens to Perceive Privatization’s Problems
- 3 Why Privatization Matters
- 4 Privatization and the Ought/State Gap
- 5 Privatization Without Profit?
- 6 Coercion and Privatization
- 7 Privatization as State Transformation
- 8 Public-Sector Management is Complicated
- 9 Freedom, Responsibility, and Privatization
- 10 Is Rule of Law an Equilibrium Without (Some) Private Enforcement?
- 11 What Is Politics Without the State?
- 12 Privatizing War
This chapter introduces the volume. It contextualizes the papers and sets out the organizational logic for the volume as a whole, presenting brief summaries of each chapter.
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