Adjusting privatization: case studies from developing countries
J. Currey, 1992 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
A close analysis of privatization in theory and in practice raises questions about its role in small, less developed economies.
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The Origins Growth of the Public Sector
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adjustment ADMARC agricultural allocation asset Bumiputra capacity capital market capital market development Chapter companies concentration concerns constraints Corporation costs country studies credibility debt deficit developing countries divestiture domestic private sector economy effects employees equity market example export extent financial sector firms foreign participation government's gramme growth impact implementation important improved industrial institutions investment investors involved Jamaica Kenya KLSE large number leasing macroeconomic major Malawi Malaysia manufacturing sector market capitalization ment monopoly noted objectives operating Papua New Guinea performance players policy credibility political portfolio private sector privatiza privatization process privatization programme privatization sales problems production profit public enterprise public ownership public sector regulation relatively restructuring result revenue role savings Seprod share price shareholders SOE reform SOE sector Sri Lanka Stock Exchange Table telecommunications tion trading transactions transfer Trinidad and Tobago underpricing utilities World Bank