Privatizaciones ¿sinónimo de eficiencia económica?: Reflexiones sobre el caso argentino
[Privatizations are synonymous with economic efficiency?: Reflection on the argentine case]
During the 1990S Argentina implemented a profound process of transferring to private capital of public enterprises and strategic areas that historically had remained under the ownership and management of the national State. These privatizations has as target the promotion of economic efficiency of the companies subject to privatization and, therefore, the overall economy. However, the privatizations were mostly of public services operating in markets are not competitive enough, therefore the degree of economic efficiency is more conditioned by the own competence and regulating that by the ownership private or public of the company.
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- Loza, Andrés & Margaretic, Paula & Romero, Carlos, 2003.
"Consistencia de medidas de eficiencia basadas en funciones de distancia paramétricas y no paramétricas: una aplicación al sector de distribuidoras de electricidad en la Argentina
[Consistency of ef," MPRA Paper 15269, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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