7 edition of Privatization surprises in transition economies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Milica Uvalic and Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead.|
|Contributions||Uvalić, Milica., Vaughan-Whitehead, Daniel.|
|LC Classifications||HD5660.E915 P75 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||96052677|
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Privatization in the transition economies: an introduction / Ira W. Lieberman --An overview of privatization in transition economies / Ira W. Lieberman, Ioannis N. Kessides and Mario Gobbo --Leaps of faith: launching the privatization process in transition / John . about the efficiency and other economic effects of privatization of state-owned enterprises (SOEs). Our goal is to evaluate what we have learned to date about the effects of privatization from the experiences during the last years in the post-communist (transition) economies and, where relevant, China.
Originally published over the course of the past couple of decades, 31 papers examine the economic theory and practice of privatization. Mudambi (strategic management and international business, Temple U.) presents articles discussing traditional models and theories of deregulation, industry case. Privatization and enterprise restructuring have been the most pioneering areas, and the final verdict on their success is not yet in. Corruption is widespread, but this tends to happen in all countries where government officials have a large amount of discretionary power (see corruption), not just in transition economies. Macroeconomic.
The scale of privatization now underway in the transition economies of the former Soviet Union (FSU) and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is historically unprecedented. During the decade of the s, about 6, firms were privatized throughout the world. During the first half of the s, in. The volume is largely a retrospective of the ten or so years of reform from to , focused on privatization in the transition countries since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the peaceful revolutions in Poland and in then Czechoslovakia (now the Czech and Slovak Republics), the break-up of the Soviet Union and the formation of the Russian.
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Chapter 3 Mass privatization in transition economies; Chapter 4 Why is China so Different from Other Transition Economies. Chapter 5 Privatization in Romania from to ; Chapter 6 Balkan latecomer: The case of Serbian privatization; Chapter 7 The Rise and Fall of Russian Privatization; Chapter 8 Methods and Institutions – How do They.
'Privatization Surprises in Transition Economies is a welcome addition to studies of economic transition.' -- Sonja Novkovic, Economic Analysis 'This book can be of benefit to all students of privatization and transformation, not only economists, but also political scientists and sociologists.'.
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Privatization was the fundamental pillar of transition from plan to market in former socialist countries. But little is known about the fate of companies that Privatization surprises in transition economies book privatized in large scale privatization schemes such as mass privatization or management-employee.
Home > Time to Rethink Privatization in Transition Economies. Share Page. Add to Favorites; Email; Download Citation; Get Citation Alert. Bennett, J., S. Estrin, and G. Urga. Privatization and economic growth in transition economies.
Economics of Transition – CrossRef Google Scholar. In M. Uvalic & D. Vaughan-Whitehead (Eds.), Privatization Surprises in Transition Economies: Employee-Ownership in Central and Eastern Europe (pp. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. Auctions. The privatization of large state-owned enterprises is one of the most radical policy developments of the last quarter century.
Right-wing governments have privatized in an effort to decrease the size of government, while left-wing governments have privatized either to compensate for the failures of state-owned firms or to generate revenues.
In this way, privatization has spread from Europe to. The estimation of an extended meta-regression model that explicitly controls for the idiosyncrasies of transition economies and privatization policies strongly suggested that differences between countries in terms of location, privatization method, and policy implementation speed are causes of the opaqueness seen in the empirical results of the.
Privatization Surprises in Transition Economies: Employee-Ownership in Central and Eastern Europe () Correspondents should contact D. Jones. The authors acknowledge support from ACE Phare, NSF SESthe Danish Research Council for Social Sciences, and the National Council on Eurasian and Eastern European Research.
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This volume brings together a collection of research papers on financial sector reform and privatization in the transition economies of Eastern Europe and related issues in other transforming economies.
It represents a selection of invited papers and best papers presented at various conferences and workshops held in Estonia, Poland and The.
Worldwide, evidence is increasing that privatization improves firm performance. But in some institutionally-weak transition economies, ownership change has so far not delivered on its promise. Why.
Mass and rapid privatization schemes turned over mediocre assets to people lacking the incentives, skills and resources to manage them well. Gray reviews the goals of privatization and evaluates various methods used to achieve them in different transition settings.
The task is not only to change ownership but to create good corporate governance and to further the development of legal norms and supporting institutions needed in full-fledged market economies.
Transition indicators. The existence of private property rights may be the most basic element of a market economy, and therefore implementation of these rights is the key indicator of the transition process. The main ingredients of the transition process are: Liberalization – the process of allowing most prices to be determined in free markets and lowering trade barriers that had shut off.
despite their massive privatization programs, because of their relatively low levels of development and the wide-spread use of “voucher privatization,” transition economies only generated 5 percent of the total global privatization proceeds between and Estrinindd 3 8/24/09 PM.
Empirical evidence to date in transition and developing countries 26 6 Privatisation Process: Distributional impacts 31 Framework to assess the distributional impacts of privatisation 31 A review of the distributional impacts of privatisations in the last decade 33 7 Policy Implications Property rights remain ill-defined, while their legal protection is ineffective or inefficient.
Thus, in transition economies, parallel to privatization at the firm (micro) level, there is a macrolevel effort to privatize the economy, such as setting up market rules and.
The Financial Economics of Privatization William L. Megginson. The focus of this book lies on where privatization stands today and what are the next frontiers, the why and how behind countries who privatize certain industries, whether privatization works as an economic tool and important insights relevant to financial institutions such as how to value privatized industries, how share offerings.
Dear Students, In this module we will discuss the origins of a centrally planned economy, its major characteristics, evolution, attempts of its reform and history of its collapse, agenda of market transition in s and its major components such as macroeconomic stabilization, domestic and external liberalization, and will be 7 parts of video-lectures of minutes length.privatization on economic growth in developing countries.
The fourth section will introduce and discuss the results of my own empirical study. In the final section of the paper I will attempt to draw useful conclusions regarding privatization as an economic growth policy. On this basis, privatization became an important element of reform programs in transition and then developing economies from the s.
The experience of the past twenty years leaves some of these conclusions unchanged, but leads us to a more nuanced evaluation of the effects of privatization in the context of economic development.