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Privatization in Central and Eastern Europe

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ISBN13: 9781853337130
ISBN: 1853337137
Published: May 1993
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



The large-scale efforts to privatize the economics of the former socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe may constitute the major economic undertaking of the decade. This book focuses on the process of privatization taking place in these countries, in particular on the transfer of state or socially-owned enterprises to private hands.;The seven contributors from Central and Eastern Europe deal with the following and other questions: should nationalized property be returned to its former owners or do they have the right to claim compensation?; should part of an enterprise's wealth accumulated under state ownership be distributed to the workers of that enterprise or even to all citizens of that country?; should the transformation from a state or socially-owned enterprise to a private enterprise occur gradually or is quick large-scale privatization more effective?; which company forms prevail in recently adopted legislation; how are state or socially-owned enterprises valuated and sold?; and how can foreign investors participate in the privatization process?

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Contents:
Privatization of state enterprises in East Germany, U. Drobnig; privatization in Hungary - questions and problems, S. Tamas; privatization in Poland, J. Rajski; privatization of the state economy in Czechoslovakia, L. Kopac; privatization in the Soviet Union, E.A. Suhanov; privatization in Yugoslavia, P. Sarcevic; contractual aspects of privatization, J. Ramberg. Appendix: statutory materials from Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Yugoslavia, Croatia and Russia.