S.E. Baer and R.C.Feiock
American Review of Public Administration, vol. 35, 2005, p. 42-56
New, "private" or "nested" governments are increasingly providing services such as sanitation and economic development to fee paying members within the boundaries of, and in addition to services provided by, existing local governments. Using a case study from Baltimore, article focuses on community benefit districts as an example of this type of organization.