Freeloading the concept that some pay but everyone benefits and rationing where some may not receive services so that many more can benefit are two concepts that public administrators struggle with every day. For this discussion:
Define freeloading and rationing.
Relate them to consequentialism.
Provide examples from the popular press of these issues in the public sector.
Please remember to cite your peer-reviewed and popular press sources.
Malec K. L. (1993). Public attitudes toward corruption: Twenty-five years of research. In H. G. Frederickson (ed.)Ethics and Public Administration(pp. 1327). Armonk NY: M. E. Sharpe Inc.
Analyzes course concepts theories or materials correctly using examples or supporting evidence.
Collaborates with fellow learners relating the discussion to relevant course concepts and extending the dialogue.
Applies relevant professional personal or other real-world experiences to extend the dialogue.
Validates position with applicable knowledge.
Validates position with applicable knowledge