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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52835
Doc. No:TL22789
Call number:‭3313177‬
Main Entry:Sertsu G. Medhin
Title & Author:The challenges of privatizing state-owned enterprises in a transition economy: The case of EthiopiaSertsu G. Medhin
College:University of Phoenix
Date:2007
Degree:D.B.A.
student score:2007
Page No:163
Abstract:Developing countries lack market-supporting institutions that facilitate and support the planning, organizing, and implementing of a privatization program. As a result, transitioning from a command economy to a free market economy is challenging for developing countries. Such was the dilemma the new leaders of Ethiopia faced when they decided to move the country away from a planned economy into a functioning market economy. This exploratory study, through a case study method, examined the challenges Ethiopia faced when transitioning to a market economy and selling its state-owned enterprises. The emerging themes and concepts from the sample literature were captured, the findings explained and recommendation for future research has been offered.
Subject:Social sciences; Command economy; Ethiopia; Market economy; Privatization; State-owned enterprises; Transition economies; Transition economy; Management; Economics; Studies; 0501:Economics; 0454:Management
Added Entry:University of Phoenix