عنوان مقاله [English]
In the economics of the public sector, the presence of the government in the economy is studied from two perspectives of efficiency and justice. This section of economics seeks to provide a framework for explaining whether government should intervene in the economy. It also answers the question of how far the government should play a role in the economy. In the absence of the government, can a market mechanism produce favorable results? Is the availability of appropriate and comprehensive teaching resources a prerequisite for success and high quality education? Efforts to print textbooks in the sector of public economics are necessary, essential, and appreciable. The book of Economics of Public Sector, written by Yadollah Dadgar, is a commendable effort in this field and an endeavor to compensate for the shortage of appropriate teaching resources in economics of the public sector. It has many advantages and strengths, but there are some shortcomings which their elimination can add to the richness of the book's topics. The purpose of this article is to review and evaluate the book and express its strengths and weaknesses in order to increase the efficiency of the book in question.