The Financial Economics of Privatization

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Index
Abbey National, 254
accounting data, 103–4
accounting standards, 260, 265, 464n.5
accounting systems, 74
acquisitions. See mergers and acquisitions
Adenauer, Konrad, 14
ADRS. See American depository receipts
Afghanistan, 3
Africa
competition versus ownership in, 54, 56
privatization in, 19, 135, 137–39, 402
state-directed development in, 13, 14
telecommunications in, 142, 275, 276, 297
See also specific countries
agency, privatization, 72–73
agriculture, 70
Air Canada, 385, 387, 410, 461n.6
Air France, 381, 384, 385, 387, 416
airlines
case studies, 120, 124–25
future of privatization, 384–87
market value of residual state holdings, 385–86
privatization of, 348, 380–84
state versus private ownership, 48, 49
See also specific countries
airports, 457n.1, 466–67n.8
Albania, 278, 288, 449
Alcatel (co.), 459n.5
Algeria, 449
American depository receipts (ADRs), 224, 226, 227, 286
Angola, 278
antiquity, 5, 6
Arctic expeditions, 47
Argentina
airline industry, 382
banking in, 313, 320–21, 322, 331, 337, 344
electric utilities, 373, 377, 379
oil and gas industry, 352, 465n.2
privatization in, 22, 129–33, 135, 136, 151, 404
privatized largest market capitalization firms, 251
share issue privatizations, 407
state ownership in, 13–14
telecommunications in, 278, 288
Armenia, 278, 288, 449
Asia
banking in, 317, 319
privatization in, 139, 140, 402–3
state-directed development policies, 13
See also specific countries
asset sales. See trade sales
asset stripping, 157–58, 177
asymmetric information, 37–38, 40
AT&T (American Telephone and Telegraph Company), 141, 272, 393
AT&T Wireless, 205, 206
Attlee, Clement, 12

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