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by Claude V Chang

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  • ISBN 0754648796
  • ISBN13 978-0754648796
  • Language English
  • Author Claude V Chang
  • Publisher Ashgate Publishing (January 22, 2007)
  • Pages 231
  • Formats lit azw mbr docx
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1132 kb
  • Size Fb2 1874 kb
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This text is divided into five sections: 'Privatisation and Development', 'Liberalisation and Consequences', 'Privatisation and Development at Cross Purposes', 'The Guyana Experience: A Country Study' and 'Concluding Policy Perspective'.

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Privatisation and Development: Privatiztion and development: an overview. Liberalization and Consequences: Economic determinism as liberaliztion Inequality and consequences. Privatiztion and Development at Cross Purposes: Goals of privatiztion Techniques of privatiztion Eastern European countries (EEC-3) and Russia. Chang. Privatisation and Development: Privatiztion and development: an overview.

The book interrogates privatisation in terms of its effectiveness vis-à-vis its stated goals and more fundamentally in terms of its success in delivering economic development. It investigates why privatisation was successful in the UK and other OECD countries and why it has not met with equal success in developing countries. In this regard, it further examines the policy prescriptions of the IMF and World Bank in relation to the conceptualised benefits and theoretical assumptions underlying these supposed benefits. In this regard, it further examines the policy prescriptions of the IMF and World Bank in relation to the conceptualised benefits and theoretical assumptions underlying these supposed benefits

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The book interrogates privatisation in terms of its effectiveness vis-à-vis its . It investigates why privatisation was successful in the UK and other OECD countries and why it has not met with equal success in developing countries

The book interrogates privatisation in terms of its effectiveness vis-à-vis its stated goals and more fundamentally in terms of its success in delivering. The author assesses the extent to which culture and customs, indeed the mode of production, stand in determinate relationship to the goals, techniques and outcome of the process.

Contents: Preface; Part I Privatisation and Development: Privatisation and development: an overview. Part II Liberalisation and Consequences: Economic determinism as liberalisation; Inequality and consequences

Contents: Preface; Part I Privatisation and Development: Privatisation and development: an overview. Part II Liberalisation and Consequences: Economic determinism as liberalisation; Inequality and consequences. Part III Privatisation and Development at Cross Purposes: Goals of privatisation; Techniques of privatisation; Eastern European countries and Russia. Part IV The Guyana Experience: A Country Study: Guyana: from recovery to 'at a tipping point'; The GEC: anatomy of a failed privatisation.

This book seeks to interrogate privatisation in terms of its effectiveness vis-a-vis its stated goals on the one hand and more fundamentally in terms of its success in delivering economic development. It seeks to explain why privatisation was successful in the UK and other OECD countries and why it has not met with equal success in developing countries. In this regard, it further seeks to examine the policy prescriptions of the IMF and World Bank vis-a-vis the conceptualised benefits and theoretical assumptions underlying these supposed benefits.

Privatisation: Theory and Evidence. The evidence on the impact of privatisation is by no means unmixed

Privatisation: Theory and Evidence. Article in Economic and political weekly 36(52):4865-4871 · January 2001 with 21 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The evidence on the impact of privatisation is by no means unmixed. In particular, in less developed countries, where law enforcement and corporate governance tend to be weak, private ownership does not necessarily make for better performance.

Privatisation is widely promoted as a means of improving economic performance in developing countries. However, the policy remains controversial and the relative roles of ownership and other structural changes, such as competition and regulation, in promoting economic performance remain uncertain.

Part V (Chapters 13 and 14) discusses the conceptual framework and practical application of the market multiple valuation method.

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