Privatization: Lessons from the British Experience
Privatization is not merely a domestic issue. It is an integral part of the strategic renaissance which is taking place in many Eastern and Western European countries and in countries on other continents as well. It has already had a profound impact on the social, political, macroeconomic, and managerial dimensions of governments, government owned enterprises, and newly privatized firms. This impact is certain to increase and become even more widespread as governments further their efforts in this area and as other governments join the privatization movement.
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Miller, A. N.
Privatization: Lessons from the British Experience.
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