Corporate Governance in Central Eastern Europe: Case Studies of Firms in Transition

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THE MICROECONOMICS
OF TRANSITION ECONOMIES

Series Editor: Josef C. Brada
Arizona State University

The hallmark of this series is its focus not on macroeconomic theory or ideological questions but on financial issues and the behavior of firms and enterprises in economies undergoing transition from socialist to capitalist forms of organization.

FIRMS AFLOAT AND FIRMS ADRIFT
Hungarian Industry and Economic Transition
Josef C. Brada, Inderjit Singh, and Adam Török

RESTRUCTURING AND PRIVATIZATION
IN CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE

Case Studies of Firms in Transition
Edited by
Saul Estrin, Josef C. Brada, Alan Gelb,
and Inderjit Singh

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN
CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE

Case Studies of Firms in Transition
Edited by Josef C. Brada and Inderjit Singh

Forthcoming
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
IN CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE

Case Studies of Firms in Transition

Edited by
Saul Estrin, Xavier Richet, and Josef C. Brada

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Table of contents

  • The Microeconomics of Transition Economies *
  • Corporate Governance in Central Eastern Europe - Case Studies of Firms in Transition *
  • Contents *
  • List of Abbreviations and Exchange Rates vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part 1 Overview and Synthesis *
  • 1: Corporate Governance in East Central Europe *
  • 2: Restructuring Strategies of Firms in East Central Europe 40
  • Part 2 Foreign-Owned Firms 54
  • 1: Tungsram *
  • 2: Glavunion 80
  • 3: Fala Ltd. 100
  • 4: Matra Cukor Rt. 114
  • Part 3 Domestic Outsider‐ Owned Firms *
  • 1: Uniontex *
  • 2: Syntex 144
  • 3: Brg Radiotechnikai Rt. 158
  • 4: Cs-12 168
  • 5: Polfa 180
  • 6: Drumet S.A. 194
  • 7: Stomil-Olsztyn S.A. 206
  • 8: Salgglas Svegipari Ltd. 222
  • 9: Zvu A.S. 237
  • 10: Veba Broumov 256
  • 11: Csao Teplice A.S. 281
  • Part 4 Domestic Insiders as Owners 290
  • 1: Nivelco Ltd. *
  • 2: Organika S.A. 304
  • 3: Novia 316
  • Bibliography 330
  • Index 333
  • About the Editors *
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