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The challenges of privatization : an international analysis / por Bernardo Bortolotti y Domenico Siniscalco

By: Bortolotti, Bernardo
Contributor(s): Siniscalco, Domenico
Publisher: New York, Estados Unidos : Oxford University Press, 2004Description: 160 páginasContent type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0199249342Subject(s): Privatización | Economía Política | Desarrollo Económico | Servicios PúblicosDDC classification: 338.925
Contents:
1. The Economic Theory of Privatization. 1.1. Introduction. 1.2. Why privatize? Neutrality theorems. 1.3. Ownership matters: the incomplete contracts approach. 1.4. The political economics of privatization. 1.5. The choice of the privatization method. 1.6. Conclusions. 2. Privatization Around the World. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. The United Kingdom. 2.3. Continental Europe. 2.4. North America and the Caribbean. 2.5. Latin America. 2.6. Sub-Saharan Africa. 2.7. The Middle East and North Africa. 2.8. Asia. 2.9. Oceania. 2.10. Central and Eastern European Countries and the former Soviet Union. 2.11. Conclusions. 3. The determinants of privatization. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Privatization and economic development. 3.3. Governments budget constraints. 3.4. The role of financial markets markets. 3.5. Political majorities. 3.6. Legal origins. 3.7 Political institutions. 3.8. Empirical result. 3.9. Conclusions. 4. How do governments privatize?. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Widening share ownership. 4.3. Credibility, commitment, and the structure of the ofter. 4.4. Financial market development. 4.5. The political and economic consequences of privatization. 4.6. Conclusions. 5. Private ownership, public control. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2. Partial privatization. 5.3. The dynamics of state ownership in privatizated firms. 5.4. Golden shares and special rights. 5.5. Measuring golden shares in strategic sectors. 5.6. Conclusions. 6. Privatizing Monopolies. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Privatization, right and wrong: the case of Argentine utilities. 6.3. Privatizing electricitycy. 6.4. Vertical integration. 6.5. Market regulation. 6.6. Empirical results. 6.7. Conclusions.
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1. The Economic Theory of Privatization. 1.1. Introduction. 1.2. Why privatize? Neutrality theorems. 1.3. Ownership matters: the incomplete contracts approach. 1.4. The political economics of privatization. 1.5. The choice of the privatization method. 1.6. Conclusions. 2. Privatization Around the World.
2.1. Introduction. 2.2. The United Kingdom. 2.3. Continental Europe. 2.4. North America and the Caribbean. 2.5. Latin America. 2.6. Sub-Saharan Africa. 2.7. The Middle East and North Africa. 2.8. Asia. 2.9. Oceania. 2.10. Central and Eastern European Countries and the former Soviet Union. 2.11. Conclusions. 3. The determinants of privatization. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Privatization and economic development. 3.3. Governments budget constraints. 3.4. The role of financial markets markets. 3.5. Political majorities. 3.6. Legal origins. 3.7 Political institutions. 3.8. Empirical result. 3.9. Conclusions. 4. How do governments privatize?. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Widening share ownership. 4.3. Credibility, commitment, and the structure of the ofter. 4.4. Financial market development. 4.5. The political and economic consequences of privatization. 4.6. Conclusions. 5. Private ownership, public control. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2. Partial privatization. 5.3. The dynamics of state ownership in privatizated firms. 5.4. Golden shares and special rights. 5.5. Measuring golden shares in strategic sectors. 5.6. Conclusions. 6. Privatizing Monopolies. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Privatization, right and wrong: the case of Argentine utilities. 6.3. Privatizing electricitycy. 6.4. Vertical integration. 6.5. Market regulation. 6.6. Empirical results. 6.7. Conclusions.

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