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Title Privatization and after : monitoring and regulation / edited by V.V. Ramanadham.

Published London ; New York : Routledge, [1994]
©1994

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 UniM Bund  338.90091724 PRIV {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 248 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes Includes papers from the Interregional Task Force Meeting held July 1993 at Oxford.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. The Monitoring and Regulatory Aspects of Privatization / V. V. Ramanadham -- 2. The Economics of Regulation / George Yarrow -- 3. Monitoring and Regulatory Aspects of Privatization in Pakistan / Riyaz H. Bokhari -- 4. Monitoring and Regulatory Aspects of Privatization in Sri Lanka / A. S. Jayawardena -- 5. Monitoring and Regulatory Aspects of Privatization in Nigeria / Shamsuddeen Usman -- 6. Monitoring and Regulatory Aspects of Privatization in Guyana / Carl B. Greenidge -- 7. Monitoring and Regulatory Aspects of Privatization in Argentina / Alejandro E. Rausch -- 8. Monitoring and Regulatory Aspects of Privatization in Five Former Centrally-Planned Economies / John Heath -- 9. The UK Experience in Regulation. Accountability, Efficiency and the Governmental Context of Privatization and Dominant Firm Regulation / Mark Gray. Highlights of Regulation in Telecom, Gas, Water and Electricity Sectors / V. V. Ramanadham.
10. Accounting Aspects of Monitoring and Regulation of Privatized Enterprises / Anthony Bennett -- 11. Concluding Review / V. V. Ramanadham.
Summary "Privatization and After" focuses on the need for monitoring privatization as it proceeds, in order to ensure that it agrees with the objectives announced and is capable of improving the overall performance of the economy. The contributors, policy makers, professionals and academics from both the developed and developing world, examine the rationale of monitoring, what to monitor and how. Illustrative material is drawn from a wide range of locales including Argentina, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Hungary and Pakistan. Anyone involved or interested in the topical subject of privatization will benefit from a close study of the many examples contained in this volume.
Other author Ramanadham, V. V. (Venkata Vemuri), 1920-
United Nations Development Programme. Division for Global and Interregional Programmes. Interregional Task Force. Meeting (1993 : Oxford, England)
Subject Privatization -- Developing countries.
ISBN 0415111129