5 edition of Privatization in transition economies found in the catalog.
Privatization in transition economies
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||edited by Ira W. Lieberman, Daniel J. Kopf|
|Series||Contemporary studies in economic and financial analysis -- v. 90|
|Contributions||Lieberman, Ira W., 1942-, Kopf, Daniel J|
|LC Classifications||HD4140.7 .P7254 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
Privatization describes the process by which a piece of property or business goes from being government owned to being privately owned. Note that privatization also describes the transition of a company from being publicly traded to becoming privately held. This is referred to as corporate privatization. Mar 14, · 5 The IMF's view on the privatization process in Russia and other transition economies is set out in a number of documents (see, for instance, World Economic Outlook, October ; Finance & Development, September ).
The paper evaluates the effects of privatization in the post-communist economies and China. In post-communist economies privatization to foreign owners results in a rapid improvement in performance of firms, while performance effects of privatization to domestic owners are less impressive and vary across regions, coinciding with differences in policies and institutional development. Mar 01, · This book assesses the labor market consequences of privatization in developing countries (the Republic of Korea, India and Mexico) and transition economies (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Eastern.
This paper presents an eclectic perspective of privatization-related acquisitions in transition economies. It outlines the managerial challenges at different stages as observed in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), by drawing on and complementing the widely dispersed literature on privatization and foreign direct investment in transition lphsbands.com by: Main issues in financial sector reform and privatization in transition economies: introduction and overview / John Doukas, Victor Murinde and Clas Wihlborg --Banking sector restructuring in transition economies / Andy Mullineux --Financial constraints on entrepreneurship in Estonia / Vello Vensel and Clas Wihlborg --Strategies to develop.
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It is the work of leading scientists, and thereby provides a very authoritative analysis of the ongoing process of financial sector reforms and privatization in transition economies. The main theoretical and empirical issues are carefully brought out to bear on the pressing policy and institutional schemes that are desirable in transition lphsbands.com by: Privatisation and Structural Change in Transition Economies brings together specialists from different areas (governance, regulation, macro-econometrics, micro-econometrics, enterprise culture, foreign direct investment, technology transfer) to focus on the many different aspects of the privatization process in transition economies.
The book. 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 were privatized in large scale privatization schemes such as mass privatization or management-employee.
Chapter 1 An Overview of Privatization in Transition Economies; Chapter 2 Leaps of Faith: Launching the Privatization Process in Transition; Chapter 3 Mass privatization in transition economies; Chapter 4 Why is China so Different from Other Transition Economies.
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A Guide to the Economies in Transition carries on where Ian Jeffries' previous book left off. The work is entirely new and, as such, can be seen as a companion to the earlier title. These books are becoming known as invaluable guides, providing unique levels of reference in work of this lphsbands.com by: Worldwide, increasing evidence suggest that privatization improves firm performance.
But in some institutionally-weak transition economies, ownership change has so far, not delivered on its promise. The paper responds that mass, and rapid privatization schemes, turned over mediocre assets to people lacking the incentives, skills and resources to manage them appropriately, may be the answer.
Time to rethink privatization in transition economies. (English) Abstract. Worldwide, increasing evidence suggest that privatization improves firm performance. But in some institutionally-weak transition economies, ownership change has so far, not delivered on its promise.
The paper responds that mass, and rapid privatization Cited by: Privatization in transition economies: the ongoing story. [Ira W Lieberman; Daniel J Kopf;] -- "This volume brings together contributions from a diverse group of authors each of whom have worked extensively on privatization and related reforms, such as restructuring and bankruptcy, in the.
meant that privatization was a central aspect of building a market economy in all the transition economies. Indeed, to quote Dusan Triska in “privatization is not just one of the many items on the economic program.
It is the transformation itself.” (see Estrin, ). The book will appeal to particularly researchers, policy makers, other practitioners, and under- and post-graduate students who are interested in transition economies in Eastern Europe, former Soviet Union, Southeast Asia, and China.
Sincemany countries have embarked on the course of privatization which has changed the economic landscape around the world. Privatization has spread to many industries, including those that had never been privately owned. Privatization has transformed command economies in post-communist countries into decentralized ones.
Privatization in Economic Theory. by the price as main criteria to determine the partner of state in the exchange are more likely to be successful, i.e.
to provide efficient allocation of resources. One more conclusion can be drawn with regard to the level of transaction costs and protection of property rights.
Jun 19, · Few economic events have caused such controversy as the privatization process in Russia. Some see it as the foundation of political and economic freedom. Privatization and Transition in Russia in the Early s book. Privatization and Transition in Russia in the Early s book.
By Carol Scott Leonard, David Pitt-Watson. Edition 1st Cited by: 4. Sep 08, · A Fourth Way. book. Privatization, Property, and the Emergence of New Market Economies. A Fourth Way. The Transition to Market Economy— Economic Perspectives.
chapter | 22 pages The Transition to a Market Economy in Russia: Property Rights, Mass Privatization Cited by: Effects of privatization and ownership in transition economies (English) The paper evaluates the effects of privatization in the post-communist economies and China.
In post-communist economies privatization to foreign owners results in a rapid improvement in performance of firms, while performance effects of privatization Cited by: Privatization in Transition Countries: Lessons of the First Decade.
A decade ago, with the breakup of the Soviet Union and the start of market-oriented reforms in many former socialist economies of Central and Eastern Europe, the prospect of privatizing inefficient state-owned companies figured prominently in both popular and academic writings.
conceptual account of the approach to privatization and enterprise reform of three major countries in the transition region. It discusses for each the states of mind concerning enterprise reform and privatization that prevailed in the country and the World Bank at various places and moments prior to and in the transition process.
Privatization Impacts in Transition Economies. Central to the book's content is its focus on where privatization stands today and what are the next frontiers, the why and how behind countries. 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 Nellis Mass privatization in transition economies / Daniel Kopf, Ira W.
Lieberman and Raj M. Desai. 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.Chapter 1 An Overview of Privatization in Transition Economies Article in Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis · December with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Downloadable!
The paper evaluates the effects of privatization in the post-communist economies and China. In post-communist economies privatization to foreign owners results in a rapid improvement in performance of firms, while performance effects of privatization to domestic owners are less impressive and vary across regions, coinciding with differences in policies and institutional development.