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In a recent virtual book launch1 at PIDE for the book Public Value and the Post-pandemic Society, it was distinctly noted that a comparison between public value theory and public choice theory would be highly warranted, and I was advised to analyse both theories in light of their presuppositions, analytical bases, and policy recommendations. I also believe this is a useful exercise and, in that regard, I offer a brief comparative analysis of both theories here.

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