Privatization in Hungary, Poland and Czechoslovakia
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- Grosfeld, I. & Hare, P., 1991. "Privatization in Hungary, Poland and Czechoslovakia," DELTA Working Papers 91-15, DELTA (Ecole normale supérieure).
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KeywordsAuctions; Eastern Europe; Financial Institutions; Ownership; Privatization;
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