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Privatisation in Developing Countries




ISBN 9780367187231
Published February 6, 2019 by Routledge
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It is widely felt that the public sector in many developing countries is too large, and that privatisation would benefit both the users of individual services and the economy in general. However, enthusiasm for private enterprise solutions is not always matched by the requisite financial and economic technology. The sort of schemes appropriate for a country like China, with its highly planned public sector economy, and Jordan, with its dominant private sector, are unlikely to be the same. Privatisation without reference to these differences will be an economic, administrative and organisational chaos rather than a panacea.

Originally published in 1989, this book starts with an analysis on the concept, rationale and fundamental issues of privatisation, with reference to both developed and developing countries. There follows a critical scrutiny of the privatisation programmes of countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, written by contributors actively concerned with public enterprise and privatisation at the time. It examines the role of international aid agencies, including the World Bank, in promoting the schemes and it details the positive impact of them as well as their pitfalls. These country accounts are complemented by a concluding chapter giving an overview of the substantial issues raised.

Table of Contents

Foreword.  Preface.  Part 1: Background Material  1. Privatisation: The UK Experience and Developing Countries V. V. Ramanadham  2. Some Background Observations on Privatisation Colin Kirkpatrick  3. Privatisation: Macro-economics and Modalities Gerry Grimstone  4. Privatisation: Modalities and Strategies John Heath  5. Introducing Competition and Regulatory Requirements David Thompson  6. Some Organisational Implications of Privatisation Nick Woodward  Part 2: Country Papers  7. Privatisation in Pakistan Riyaz Bokhari  8. Privatisation in India Y. Venugopal Reddy  9. Privatisation in Sri Lanka A.S. Jayawardene  10. Privatisation in Malaysia Ministry of Public Enterprises  11. Privatisation in Jordan Rima Khalaf  12. Privatisation in China Hua Sheng  13. Privatisation in Kenya R.W. Karanja  14. Privatisation in Nigeria John D. Edozien and S.O. Adeoye  15. Privatisation in Ghana William Adda  16. Privatisation in Africa Myrna Alexander  17. Privatisation in Ethopia, Malawi and Uganda Roger Sullivan  18. Privatisation in Peru Felipe Ortiz de Zevallos M.  19. Privatisation in Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago G.E. Mills  Part 3: Concluding Review  20. Concluding Review V. V. Ramanadham.  Index.

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