The Privatization Challenge: A Strategic, Legal, and Institutional Analysis of International Experience

By Pierre Guislain | Go to book overview

Internet Resources

Privatization information is available through a broad variety of sites on the Internet. These sites may change frequently and new ones are added constantly. Some sites are updated regularly, others not. The information below is provided for illustrative purposes only to help the reader start an Internet search.* It is in no way an exhaustive listing of available information. A more direct way to search for privatization material that should yield additional and more up-to-date information is to use Internet search engines.

The table below highlights some of the existing country-specific privatization sites. Depending on the country, a site may include the address and contact numbers of the privatization agency, office, or ministry; details on the minister or head of the agency; the text or reference of the privatization legislation; a description of the program; profiles of companies to be privatized; ongoing tenders, and so on.

Embassies and consulates, in particular in the United States, may have Internet sites with useful information on the country’s privatization program. See, for example, in addition to the examples given in table A.l, the February 1996 issue of the newsletter of the consulate of Mexico in New York City

Additional country-specific sites may be found in a variety of ways, including links to national government servers through and to Russian and East European sites through , for example.

An increasing number of on-line sites and newsgroups provide information on privatization. Registration is required to gain access to several of these sites. Sites equipped with search engines allow the user to track the available information. Search engines may be sensitive to spelling differences. Where British rather than American spelling is used, the search should be for privatisation (with an ‘s’).

Privatization Middle East & North Africa is issued on-line every Monday . The Privatization Monitor is a Mexican Web site with many links to other privatization sites worldwide .

*The author wishes to thank Omer Karasapan for his contribution to this overview of Internet resources on privatization.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Defining a Privatization Strategy 15
  • 2 - Privatization and Basic Legal Norms 33
  • 3 - Privatization in a Market Economy 45
  • 4 - Privatization and Public-Sector Management 89
  • 5 - The Privatization Law 111
  • 6 - Institutional Framework for Privatization 149
  • 7 - Privatization of Infrastructure 203
  • 8 - Meeting the Privatization Challenge 287
  • Glossary 335
  • Bibliography 343
  • Geographic Classification of References 369
  • Specialized Journals 379
  • Internet Resources 381
  • Subject Index 385
  • Geographic Index 393
  • Index of Enterprises, Agencies and Other Organizations 397
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