Privatization: An International Review of Performance

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Appendix C

TABLE A.C1 Summary of Effect Size Derivations for Privatization as Contracting Out
StudyEst.SectorsNParam.D.F.tFrEst. rZcRef/PageComments/Assumptions
All Economic Measures 20131
Cost 20030
Cleaning 6067
Berenyi and Stevens ( 1988) 8 Pub/Pri 20 6 14 2.01 -0.47 -0.51 Table 3, p15
Berenyiand Stevens ( 1988) 8 Pub/Pri 20 5 15 3.55 -0.68 -0.82 Table 3, p15
Domberger, Meadowcroft,
  and Thompson ( 1987)
3 Pub/Pri 2497 31 2916 -8.53 -0.16 -0.16 Table 2, p44 Cleaning also includes orderly &
  housekeeping services.
Domberger, Hall, & Li ( 1994) 1 Pub/Pri 61 13 48 -0.26 -0.27 Table 2 Commercial & special school effect
  sizes averaged.
U.K. Audit Office ( 1987) 2 Pub/Pri 18 1 17 -3.8213 -0.68 -0.83 Tables 9, 11 &
  Appendix 1
Data reanalyzed using t test
  (two samples).
Domberger, Meadowcroft,
  and Thompson ( 1987)
3 Pub/Pub 2947 31 2916 -2.49 -0.05 -0.05 Table 2, p44 Cleaning also includes orderly &
  housekeeping services.
U.K. Audit Office ( 1987) 2 Pub/Pub 54 1 53 -6.3587 -0.66 -0.79 Tables 9, 11 &
  Appendix 1
Data reanalyzed using t test
  (two samples).
Corporate 120
Berenyi and Stevens ( 1988) 8 Pub/Pri 20 5 15 0.27 0.07 0.07 Table 3, p15
Carver ( 1989) 1 Pub/Pri 100 3 97 2.104 0.21 0.21 p32 Property tax assessment categorized as
  corporate service.
Engineering Works 889
Greene ( 1994) 12 Pub/Pri 12 1 11 0.0186 -0.04 -0.04 Table 1, p1308
Martin and Stein ( 1993) 7 Pub/Pri 877 13 864 2.61 -0.09 -0.09 Table 7.5, p96
Fire
Greene ( 1994) 12 Pub/Pri 12 1 11 0.758 -0.25 -0.26 Table 1, p1308
Health
Martin and Stein ( 1993) 7 Pub/Pri 877 13 864 0.839 0.03 0.03 Table 7.5, p96
Maintenance 60
Berenyi and Stevens ( 1988) 8 Pub/Pri 20 5 15 2.69 -0.57 -0.65 Table 3, p15
Berenyi and Stevens ( 1988) 8 Pub/Pri 20 6 14 2.09 -0.49 -0.53 Table 3, p15
Berenyi and Stevens ( 1988) 8 Pub/Pri 20 6 14 1.9 -0.45 -0.49 Table 3, p15

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