Politics and Policies in Post-Communist Transition: Primary and Secondary Privatisation in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union

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Central European University Press, 2011 - Business & Economics - 178 pages
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Contents

1 Introduction
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12 Another delimitation of the subject
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13 Managerial power and the bogey of spontaneous privatisation
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why and how?
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22 The limited applicability of the classical solution
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23 Selling at equitable prices
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24 Search for other equitablepreferentialsolutions onthe basis of political and ideological considerations
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3 An overview of the processes of primary privatisation in the six countries
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45 Secondary privatisationUkraine
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5 Primary and secondary privatisationcountries of slowand rapid concentration of the ownership structure
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52 Once again on the differences of patterns of primary privatisation and on why insider ownership isproblematic
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53 A finding that remains unexplained
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6 The speed of secondary privatisation and the characteristics of political transition
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62 Interpenetration between public administration and company management in the countries of slow secondary privatisation
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621 Public administration as a minority coownercausing uncertainty
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622 Nontransparent imposition of taxtype paymentson companies
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31 Primary privatisation leaving limited space for secondary privatisationHungary
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32 Primary privatisationthe Czech Republic
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33 Primary privatisationRussia
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34 Primary privatisationUkraine
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35 Primary privatisationPoland
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4 Secondary privatisation in essentially only five countries
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41 Secondary privatisationthe Czech Republic
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42 Secondary privatisationPoland
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43 Secondary privatisationSlovenia
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44 Secondary privatisationRussia
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623 Interpenetration between public administration and company management and the soft budget constraint
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63 Soft political transition and interpenetration between public administration and company management
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632 The Russian and Ukrainian political transitions
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633 Hard political transition and the end of interpenetration between public administration andcompany management
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7 Conclusions
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72 Notes on the economic and social consequences ofdifferent political and economic reforms
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some notes onsocial development
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some notes on economic development
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References
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Kßroly Attila So=s is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Associate Professor at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of PTcs.

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