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Privatisation et gouvernement d'entreprise dans les economies en transition

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  • Wladimir Andreff
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    Pres de dix ans apres la mise en route du processus de privatisation en Europe centrale et dans l’ex-URSS, quels enseignements s’en degagent aujourd’hui ? Sans pretendre dresser un bilan exhaustif, cet article analyse plus particulierement deux defaillances de ce processus tel qu’il a ete conduit dans cette region : l’apparition de structures inefficaces de gouvernement d'entreprise et le maintien d'une propriete residuelle de l'Etat dans le capital des firmes privatisees. Ces deux caracteristiques renvoient a l'analyse economique classique des privatisations, fondee en particulier sur le modele principal-agent : dans le contexte herite de l'effondrement de l'ancien systeme planifie, le recours a ce modele etait-il pertinent ?

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    Article provided by CEPII research center in its journal Economie Internationale.

    Volume (Year): (1999)
    Issue (Month): 77 ()
    Pages: 97-130

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    Handle: RePEc:cii:cepiei:1999-1te
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