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it is, however, accepted as being something where state actors are expected to have
a direct concern with its provision and organization, usually as a form of public good,
meaning that it is tied in with expectations about the forms of accountability and
public service that are a part of state activity, requiring some fit with more general
policy expectations than those that specifically concern the sector;

What is form of public good?

and what does the last part mean!?

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"a form of ~" = "a type/variety of ~"
"public good" = something that is good for, or benefits, the public

"more general policy expectations than those that specifically concern the sector" means policy expectations that are more general, and not just sector-specific. The thing in question, whatever it is, is required to fit with those more general expectations.