Framework Issues in the Privatization Strategies of the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland
Framework issues in privatization include the alternative of commercialization of state-owned enterprises without privatization, the scope and sequence of divestiture by branch of the economy, the organizational structure for privatization, the choice among standard and non-standard methods, and problems in the administration of privatization, such as valuation, transparency, and corruption. For each issue, the study analyzes major aspects and compares relevant experience of the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland.
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