Privatization Or Public Enterprise Reform?: International Case Studies with Implications for Public Management
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2001 - 270 lappuses
The book's opening chapters deal with an extensive theoretical introduction followed by discussions on contracting out, public enterprise reform, and UN-led evaluations of contracting performance. In part two, the book turns to privatization and its flaws in major industrialized nations, including the United States, France, Germany, United Kingdom, and Australia. Part three analyzes privatization and its effects on policy and administration in Asian and Middle Eastern countries, including Post-revolutionary Iran, India, Singapore, Hong Kong-China, and Arab developing countries. Arguing that privatization is a poor policy with many dangers, the book offers suggestions for serious reform of public enterprise management and for alternatives to privatization.
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Privatization or Public Enterprise Reform? Implications for Public Management an Introduction
Contracting Between Governments and the Private Sector Private Haven or Public Risk?
Public Enterprise Reform and Performance Contracting
PRIVATIZATION AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISE REEORM IN MORE DEVELOPED NATIONS
Privatization in France
The German Privatization Debate
The Contracting Conundrum in the United States Or Do We Really Understand Privatization?
Privatization and Public Enterprise Reform The New Labour Agenda for Public Management in the United Kingdom
PRIVATIZATION AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISE REFORM I DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Privatization and Public Enterprise Reform in PostRevolutionary Iran
Privatization and Public Enterprise Reform in India
Privatization in Developing Countries Formal Causes Critical Reasons and Adverse Impacts
Challenges to Privatization in Developing Countries A New Look
About the Editor and Contributors
Privatization and Public Enterprise Reform in Australia