Privatization in Eastern Europe: legal, economic, and social aspects : Conference : Papers

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Hans Smith, Vratislav Pěchota
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jul 5, 1994 - Law - 255 pages
A hands-on approach to the privatization process in Eastern Europe, divided into the following categories: - Guidelines for Foreign Purchasers of State Enterprises - A Business Survival Guide for Getting Things Done in Kiev - Critical Challenges of Capital Formation - The Greenfield Approach to Privatization - Vouchers and their Practical Use - Detailed Analysis of the Particulars of the Privatization Procedures in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and Hungary. Furthermore, "Privatization in Eastern Europe" includes a list of all privatization laws.
 

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Contents

PREFACE
1
Luncheon Address Delivered by Former Prime Minister of
18
B THE MODALITIES OF PRIVATIZATION
31
Basic Guidelines for Foreign Purchasers of State Enterprises in
48
SUBSIDIZING AND FINANCING PRIVATIZATION
61
The Development and Regulation of Investment Funds in the Czech
74
Blessings and Pitfalls of Voucher Privatization
89
The NonRole of Financial Intermediaries in Voucher Privatization
105
A Business Survival Guide to Getting Things Done in Kiev
163
PRIVATIZATION IN POLAND
177
Intervention in the Panel Discussion on Privatization in Poland
193
PRIVATIZATION IN THE SUCCESSOR STATES OF FORMER
197
Comments on Privatization in the Czech Republic
205
Four Critical Challenges of Capital Formation in the Czech Republic
212
E PRIVATIZATION IN HUNGARY
221
The Legal Framework for Privatization in Hungary
230

Comments
118
THE PRACTICE OF PRIVATIZATION
127
The Role of the European Bank
141
Positive and Negative Aspects of Hungarys Privatization Program
238
Bibliography on Privatization in Eastern Europe
247
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