The Challenges of Privatization: An International Analysis

By Bernardo Bortolotti; Domenico Siniscalco | Go to book overview

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2.1 Average percentage of privatized stock by sector and by privatization method (1977-2001) 26
3.1 Privatization across countries 43
3.2 Privatization revenue/GDP (around the world, 1977-1999: Tobit) 55
3.3 Privatization revenue/GDP (OECD countries, 1977-1999: Tobit) 57
4.1 Privatization on public equity markets 62
4.2 Probability of an international share issue privatization (ISIP) and the percentage of shares sold abroad 63
4.3 The impact of privatization on financial markets 72
5.1 Explaining partial sales 82
5.2 Ultimate ownership in privatized companies 85
5.3 Ultimate ownership (UO) in privatized vs. matching (private) firms 87
5.4 Intensity of the golden shares (as of 2002) 92
5.5 Residual average stake and golden shares 95
6.1 Privatization in electricity generation (1977-1997) 106
6.2 Privatization in the electricity sector, regulation, and vertical integration 114
6.3 Privatization sales in electricity generation (Tobit) 115
6.4 Privatization revenue in electricity generation (Tobit) 115
6.5 The percentage of capital sold in electricity generation (OLS) 117
A1.1 Privatization variables 122
A1.2 Economic and financial variables 124
A1.3 Political variables 126
A1.4 Institutional variables 128
A1.5 Industrial sectors 130
A1.6 Control sample 131
A3.1 Golden shares around the world 139

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Table of contents

  • The Challenges of Privatization iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Tables x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Economic Theory of Privatization 5
  • 2: Privatization Around the World 21
  • 3: The Determinants of Privatization 41
  • 4: How Do Governments Privatize? 59
  • 5: Private Ownership, Public Control 79
  • 6: Privatizing Monopolies 98
  • Conclusion 119
  • Appendix 1 - Data and Methodology 121
  • References 145
  • Index 151
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