Published May 31, 2002
by Garant Uitgevers N V .
Written in English
|Contributions||Frank Bostyn (Editor), Andriy Boytsun (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
Dec 18, · Warsaw in ruins at the end of world war two. Faced with rampant homelessness, in Poland’s new communist authorities transferred ownership of all . Privatization (or privatisation in British English) can mean different things including moving something from the public sector into the private tangoloji.com is also sometimes used as a synonym for deregulation when a heavily regulated private company or industry becomes less regulated. Government functions and services may also be privatized (which may also be known as "franchising" or "out. Secondary Privatization in Poland (Part II): Evolution of Ownership Structure and Performance in National Investment Funds and Their Portfolio Companies Article in SSRN Electronic Journal. Privatization in Russia describes the series of post-Soviet reforms that resulted in large-scale privatization of Russia's state-owned assets, particularly in the industrial, energy, and financial tangoloji.com privatization took place in the early and mids under Boris Yeltsin, who assumed the presidency following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Secondary privatisation in transition economies: the evolution of enterprise ownership in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia. The task of privatization in Eastern Europe is not widely understood in the West, partly because misleading analogies have been made to This paper draws heavily upon the policy debate in Poland in. Jul 12, · Secondary Privatization in Poland (Part I): Evolution of Ownership Structure and Company Performance in Firms Privatized by Employee Buyouts. The authors begin with a general discussion of MEBOs in Poland and go on to analyze ownership changes in a sample of such companies. First, they present the initial ownership structures created at the Cited by: State. In the ownership transformation process encompassed only entities. At the end of there were still nearly state enterprises remaining in the market. Scope of the analysis, variables used The course of the privatisation process in Poland has been observed by the Central Statistical Office since
that Poland’s ownership structure will be For a critical assessment of the two models of privatisation see 1 They have to constitute at least 20 per cent of the book value of the. Get this from a library! 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. This is the first original study aiming to fill this gap. It assesses wholesale privatization schemes in three leading transition countries - the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia - in terms of the evolving concentration of ownership and relations to firm performance. At that point, plans called for conversion of half of Poland's state enterprises to private ownership by The rate of privatization had already slowed in , however, partly because of reduced government outlays and continual alteration of program goals.