Privatization in Costa Rica: a multi-dimensional analysis
"Privatization in Costa Rica offers an assessment of the last twenty-five years of privatization efforts in Costa Rica, and argues that one-dimensional thinking about the privatization of state services is misdirected. A historical perspective on privatization in general within the context of commercial globalization is followed by a review of Costa Rica's political economy and its integration into a global market in terms of privatization."--BOOK JACKET.
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Privatization in Context
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