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Privatization & The Turkish Experience
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This book aims, first to analyze the theory of privatization in general and second, to specifically explore the privatization experience of Turkey. This book contsists of two parts. In Part One, five papers explore the theoretical background of privatization. In Part Two, there are three papers dealing with the Turkish economy, public enterprices and privatization.

Konu Başlıkları
The Theory Of Privatization: An Introduction To The Theory Of Privatization
Intellectual Origins Of Privatization
The Rationale For Privatization
A Normative Analysis Of Privatization: Which Public Goods Should Be Public
Private?
Regulation And Control Vs. Deregulation And Decontrol
The Turkish Experience Of Privatization: Turkey: From Inward – Oriented Etatism To Outward – Looking Liberal Strategy
Public Economic Enterprises In Turkey
The Privatization Of Public Economic Enterprises In Turkey
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Yayın Tarihi: Mart 2008
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Ebat: 16x24
Sayfa Sayısı: 152
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Kapak Türü: Karton Kapaklı
Dili: Türkçe
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İÇİNDEKİLER
About The Author  7
Preface  9
PART ONE
THE THEORY OF PRIVATIZATION
I. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF PRIVATIZATION  19
A. Introduction  19
B. The Concept Of Privatization  20
1. Narrow Meaning of Privatization: Denationalization  20
a. Timing and Planning of the Denationalization Process  21
b. Priority Problem  21
c. Other Problems  23
2. Broad Meaning of Privatization  25
a. Contracting-Out  26
b. Franchising  28
c. Deregulation and Decontrol  30
d. User Charges  30
e. Grant System  32
f. Voucher System  34
g. Management Contract  35
h. Leasing  40
i. Joint Venture  40
j. Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) System  42
k. Delivery by Non-Profit Organizations  43
C. Conclusion  44
References  45
II. INTELLECTUAL ORIGINS OF PRIVATIZATION  47
A. Introduction  47
B. Adam Smith's View On Privatization  48
C. Contemporary Economic Thoughts and Privatization  50
D. Concluding Remarks  60
References  63
A. Inroduction  63
B. The Objectives Of Privatization  63
References  69
IV. A NORMATIVE ANALYSIS OF PRIVATIZATION: WHICH PUBLIC GOODS SHOULD BE PUBLIC/PRIVATE?  71
A. Introduction  71
B. Background For The Theory Of Public Goods  71
C. Alternative Delivery Methods Of Public Goods  78
D. Concluding Remarks  80
References  82
V. REGULATION AND CONTROL VS. DEREGULATION AND DECONTROL  83
A. Introduction  83
B. The Concepts Of Regulation/ Deregulation And Control/ Decontrol  83
C. The Rationale For Regulation and Control  83
D. The Costs Of Regulation and Control  85
E. Conclusion  91
References  93
PART TWO
THE TURKISH EXPERIENCE OF PRIVATIZATION
VI. TURKEY: FROM INWARD-ORIENTED ETATISM TO OUTWARD-LOOKING LIBERAL STRATEGY  97
A. Introduction  97
B. The History Of Economic Development  97
1. January 24, 1980 Measures  109
2. Major Free Policies Implemented in the Post 1980 Era  110
a. Privatization and Deregulation  111
b. Deregulation in Banking  113
c. Foreign Exchange Policy  114
d. Foreign Trade Policy  115
e. Foreign Investment Policy  116
C. Conclusion  117
References  118
VII. PUBLIC ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES IN TURKEY  121
A. Introduction  121
B. Institutional Framework Of Public Economic Enterprises  121
C. The Main Problems With The PEEs  124
E. Conclusion  129
References  131
VIII. THE PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES IN TURKEY  133
A. Introduction  133
B. Privatization Policy  133
1. Background  133
2. Origins of the Turkish Privatization Program  134
3. Legal-Institutional Framework  136
4. Privatization Procedure in Turkey  138
5. Privatization Methods  141
6. Value Assesment and Tender Methods  141
6. Implementation: 1985-2004  143
7. Barriers and the Generic Issues  147
a. Pre-Privatization Issues  148
b. Issues at the Privatization Process  149
c. Post-Privatization Issues  149
8. Lessons  149
C. Conclusion  151
References  152
 


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İÇİNDEKİLER
About The Author  7
Preface  9
PART ONE
THE THEORY OF PRIVATIZATION
I. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF PRIVATIZATION  19
A. Introduction  19
B. The Concept Of Privatization  20
1. Narrow Meaning of Privatization: Denationalization  20
a. Timing and Planning of the Denationalization Process  21
b. Priority Problem  21
c. Other Problems  23
2. Broad Meaning of Privatization  25
a. Contracting-Out  26
b. Franchising  28
c. Deregulation and Decontrol  30
d. User Charges  30
e. Grant System  32
f. Voucher System  34
g. Management Contract  35
h. Leasing  40
i. Joint Venture  40
j. Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) System  42
k. Delivery by Non-Profit Organizations  43
C. Conclusion  44
References  45
II. INTELLECTUAL ORIGINS OF PRIVATIZATION  47
A. Introduction  47
B. Adam Smith's View On Privatization  48
C. Contemporary Economic Thoughts and Privatization  50
D. Concluding Remarks  60
References  63
A. Inroduction  63
B. The Objectives Of Privatization  63
References  69
IV. A NORMATIVE ANALYSIS OF PRIVATIZATION: WHICH PUBLIC GOODS SHOULD BE PUBLIC/PRIVATE?  71
A. Introduction  71
B. Background For The Theory Of Public Goods  71
C. Alternative Delivery Methods Of Public Goods  78
D. Concluding Remarks  80
References  82
V. REGULATION AND CONTROL VS. DEREGULATION AND DECONTROL  83
A. Introduction  83
B. The Concepts Of Regulation/ Deregulation And Control/ Decontrol  83
C. The Rationale For Regulation and Control  83
D. The Costs Of Regulation and Control  85
E. Conclusion  91
References  93
PART TWO
THE TURKISH EXPERIENCE OF PRIVATIZATION
VI. TURKEY: FROM INWARD-ORIENTED ETATISM TO OUTWARD-LOOKING LIBERAL STRATEGY  97
A. Introduction  97
B. The History Of Economic Development  97
1. January 24, 1980 Measures  109
2. Major Free Policies Implemented in the Post 1980 Era  110
a. Privatization and Deregulation  111
b. Deregulation in Banking  113
c. Foreign Exchange Policy  114
d. Foreign Trade Policy  115
e. Foreign Investment Policy  116
C. Conclusion  117
References  118
VII. PUBLIC ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES IN TURKEY  121
A. Introduction  121
B. Institutional Framework Of Public Economic Enterprises  121
C. The Main Problems With The PEEs  124
E. Conclusion  129
References  131
VIII. THE PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES IN TURKEY  133
A. Introduction  133
B. Privatization Policy  133
1. Background  133
2. Origins of the Turkish Privatization Program  134
3. Legal-Institutional Framework  136
4. Privatization Procedure in Turkey  138
5. Privatization Methods  141
6. Value Assesment and Tender Methods  141
6. Implementation: 1985-2004  143
7. Barriers and the Generic Issues  147
a. Pre-Privatization Issues  148
b. Issues at the Privatization Process  149
c. Post-Privatization Issues  149
8. Lessons  149
C. Conclusion  151
References  152
 


 
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