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Secondary privatization in transition economies

the evolution of enterprise ownership in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Poland,
  • Czech Republic,
  • Slovenia,
  • Poland.,
  • Czech Republic.,
  • Slovenia.
    • Subjects:
    • Privatization -- Poland,
    • Privatization -- Czech Republic,
    • Privatization -- Slovenia,
    • Poland -- Economic policy -- 1990-,
    • Czech Republic -- Economic policy,
    • Slovenia -- Economic policy

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Barbara Błaszczyk, Iraj Hoshi, Richard Woodward.
      ContributionsBłaszczyk, Barbara., Hoshi, Iraj, 1944-, Woodward, Richard.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4215.7 .S43 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3685049M
      ISBN 101403915377
      LC Control Number2003046943

      Privatization policies are the centrepiece of the historically unique transformation of the centrally planned, into market economies. Yet the peculiarities of the privatization process in Eastern Europe are little understood in the West because of differences in historical, socio-political and economic contexts relative to Western by:   The world is in the middle of a dramatic demographic transition caused by increasing lifespans and falling birthrates. One consequence of this change is that traditional tax-and-transfer, pay-as-you-go retirement schemes (such as Social Security in the United States) are basically bankrupt. The problem is so acute that even the normally statist bureaucrats at the Organization for Economic.   The beginning of economic reforms in Estonia was similar to the experience of other Central and Eastern European states (also known as "transition economies"), but in some areas it .


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Privatization was the fundamental pillar of transition from plan to market in former socialist countries. But little is known about the fate of companies that were privatized in large scale privatization schemes such as mass privatization or management-employee.

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[(Privatization in Transition Economies: The Ongoing Story)] [Author: Ira W. Lieberman] [Dec] Hardcover – Decem See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions PriceManufacturer: JAI Press Inc.

Secondary privatisation in transition economies: the evolution of enterprise ownership in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia Author: Barbara Błaszczyk ; Iraj Hoshi ; Richard Woodward.

It is the work of leading scientists, and thereby provides a very authoritative analysis Secondary privatization in transition economies book the ongoing process of financial sector reforms and privatization in transition economies. The main theoretical and empirical issues are carefully brought out to bear on the pressing policy and institutional schemes that are desirable in transition Cited by: In this book we investigated the phenomenon of ‘secondary privatisation’ — that is, the post-privatisation evolution of the ownership structures defined in the initial privatisation — in three transition economies (the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia) in the years Author: Barbara Błaszczyk, Iraj Hoshi, Richard Woodward.

Secondary privatisation in transition economies: the evolution of enterprise ownership in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia.

[Barbara Błaszczyk; Iraj Hoshi; R Woodward;] -- In the early s, thousands of companies in Central and Eastern Europe were transferred to private citizens through wholesale privatization schemes such as mass privatization or management-employee.

Secondary Privatization in Transition Economies: The Evolution of Enterprise Ownership in the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovenia, Barbara Blaszczyk, author, Iraj Hoshi and Richard Woodward (eds.). - Buy Privatization in Transition Economies: The Ongoing Story (Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis) book online at best prices in India on Read Privatization in Transition Economies: The Ongoing Story (Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis) book reviews & author details Secondary privatization in transition economies book more at Free delivery on qualified : Hardcover.

Home > Time to Rethink Privatization in Transition Economies. Share Page. Add to Favorites; Email; Download Citation; Get Citation Alert. Drawing on international sources of evidence and guidance, this Topic Guide is an introductory guide for economists on privatisation in developing countries.

It provides the reader with an introduction to the economic theory and key concepts behind decisions on the File Size: KB. However, privatization in transition economies generally faces significant macro-economic instability, non-existent or underdeveloped capital markets, and unreliable and inconsistent information.

Privatisation and Structural Change in Transition Economies brings together specialists from different areas (governance, regulation, macro-econometrics, micro-econometrics, enterprise culture, foreign direct investment, technology transfer) to focus on the many different aspects of the privatization process in transition economies.

Discusses the policies, practices and outcomes of privatization in six transition economies: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Slovenia and Ukraine, paying particular attention to cross-country differences and to interrelations between the processes of privatisation and the political transition from communism to a new analysis is restricted to the privatisation in those fields where.

This summary was prepared and edited by Barbara Blaszczyk and Richard Woodward of CASE - the Center for Social and Economic Research. In the project whose results are presented here, our team investigated the phenomenon of "secondary privatisation" (that is, the post-privatisation evolution of the ownership structures established as the result of initial privatisation) in three transition.

Chapter 1 An Overview of Privatization in Transition Economies; Chapter 2 Leaps of Faith: Launching the Privatization Process in Transition; Chapter 3 Mass privatization in transition economies; Chapter 4 Why is China so Different from Other Transition Economies.

Chapter 5 Privatization in Romania from to Barbara Błaszczyk, Richard Woodward 'Secondary Privatization: The Evolution of Ownership Structures of Privatised Enterprises' No.

The research outcome of the project was published in as a volume by Palgrave Macmillan. Editors of the book entitled Secondary Privatisation in Transition Economies.

Second, in developing economies where the institutional environment, particularly with respect to regulation of monopolies, was sometimes even weaker than in transition economies, the benefits of privatization were even less automatic, depending on the sector, and were contingent to a significant degree on the design of the privatization by: 7.

economic models throughout the book is an analysis of the incentives created by those models (Easterly, ). privatization on economic growth in developing countries. The fourth section will introduce and Privatization can have a positive secondary effect on a country’s fiscal situation.

Book Structure 12 2. The Political Economy of Global Education Reform 15 Global–Local Divide 16 Material–Ideational Divide 20 The Scope and Dynamics of Policy Change 26 Conclusion 31 PART II: PATHS TOWARD PRIVATIZATION 3.

Education Privatization as a State Reform: The Ideological Road to Privatization in Chile and the United Kingdom Secondary Privatization in the Czech Republic CASE Reports No.

45 This chapter provides a comprehensive background of the privatization process in the Czech Republic in order to establish an appropriate framework for further analysis of the ownership structures within the emerging market econ-omy. Keywords: privatization, secondary transactions, corporate governance, transition economies, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Kozarzewski, Piotr and Woodward, Richard, Secondary Privatization in Poland (Part I): Evolution of Ownership Structure and Company Performance in Firms Privatized by Employee Cited by: This paper reviews a selection of studies on privatization experiences in transition countries.

Empirical studies almost invariably show privatized enterprises outperform state. The Impact of Private Ownership on Corporate Performance in the Transition Economies," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, November; John Nellis, "Time to Rethink Privatization in Transition Economies," IFC Discussion Paper No.

38, April Although each approach to privatization has its advantages, well-designed voucher privatization may best meet the objectives of feasibility, governance, fairness, and institution-building. Gray reviews the goals of privatization and evaluates various methods used to achieve them in different transition settings.

Primary Privatization Goal in Economies in Transition DUSAN MRAMOR This paper argues that economic efficiency is not the primary goal of the "voucher" type of models used to describe the transition from "command" to market economies.

in this process of buying their own "privatization" shares on the secondary market. The Czech republic Cited by: 1. Certainly, the most dramatic privatization experiences have occurred in transition countries where socialist economies have been become predominantly privately owned within a decade.

Yet, other countries have also pursued impressive privatization programs; moreover, as much of. Downloadable. This volume contains the output of country research undertaken in Poland by Piotr Kozarzewski and Richard Woodward under the international comparative project "Secondary Privatization: the Evolution of Ownership Structures of Privatized Enterprises".

The project was supported by the European Union's Phare ACE Programme (project P R) and was. Book Description: Discusses the policies, practices and outcomes of privatization in six transition economies: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Slovenia and Ukraine, paying particular attention to cross-country differences and to interrelations between the processes of privatisation and the political transition from communism to a new system.

Read this book on Questia. Discusses the policies, practices and outcomes of privatization in six transition economies: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Slovenia and Ukraine, paying particular attention to cross-country differences and to interrelations between the processes of privatisation and the political transition from communism to a new system.

Soos breaks privatisation down into primary and secondary privatisation. Primary privatisation involves the initial movement of company ownership from the government to private owners. In almost all of the countries covered in the book – the exception being Hungary – primary privatisation resulted in (somewhat) scattered ownership of companies.

transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe in recent years. Complete privatization has been somewhat rare in the United States due to the market driven economy and federal regulations associated with the sale of public assets that were built using federal grants.

An example of this kind of transaction in the U.S. canFile Size: KB. Privatization occurs when a government-owned business, operation, or property becomes owned by a private, non-government party.

Note that privatization also describes the transition of a company Author: Marshall Hargrave. Politics and Policies in Post-Communist Transition: Primary and Secondary Privatisation in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union by Károly Attila Soós, Karoly Attila Soos, Karoly A.

Soa3s Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast. 2 day shipping options Pages: A transition economy or transitional economy is an economy which is changing from a centrally planned economy to a market economy. Transition economies undergo a set of structural transformations intended to develop market-based institutions.

These include economic liberalization, where prices are set by market forces rather than by a central planning organization. In addition to this trade barriers. Information and price determination under mass privatization (English) Abstract. The valuation of enterprises has been a major stumbling block to privatization in transitional economies.

Data on the performance of state-owned enterprises under central planning is plentiful, but that information is not worth much in a market economy Cited by: 4. In discussing transition, we also need to recognise that the secondary – tertiary interface is changing rapidly as is the transition to tertiary.

Back inFranklin and McCulloch in their book ‘The Death of the Comprehensive High School?’ asked if the existing models of secondary schooling adequatelyFile Size: KB. post-transition world, in which economic performance appears to depend on idio-syncratic factors, making universal cook-book solutions in economic policy-mak-ing meaningless.

Finally, Grzegorz Kolodko paints the big picture of transition economies from a lates perspective in the context of globalisation. Kolodko. Still, by the fall ofhopes were modestly high that privatization would lead the way toward rapid transition to a market economy.

Financial discipline would, it was anticipated, start to force secondary trading in shares of insider-dominated companies and introduce outside ownership, and transparent and sound methods would be used to.

Secondary Privatization in Slovenia: Evolution of Ownership Structure and Company Performance Following Mass Privatization. Andreja Bohm, Joze Damijan (), Boris Majcen (), Marko Rems, Matija Rojec and Marko Simoneti.

No 46, CASE Network Reports from CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research Abstract: This volume contains the output of country research undertaken in Slovenia in Cited by:.

Outcome of privatization is influenced by not only economic, political, legal, institutional and firm-specific factors (Megginson, Nash, Netter, and Poulsen, ), but also privatization methodology (Perotti,Biais and Perotti, ).

9 We demonstrate that market mechanism is more effective than crude top-down privatization orders when Cited by: Hardbound. This amount brings collectively a set of study papers on financial sector reform and privatization in the transition economies of Japanese Europe and related factors in totally different transforming represents a variety of invited papers and biggest papers launched at quite a few conferences and workshops held in Estonia, Poland and The Netherlands.

(9) This privatization through liberalization is clearly related to so-called "nomenklatura privatization" in some transition economies, in which enterprise insiders (especially managers and bureaucrats) appropriate physical assets or profit streams from the state enterprises they control.