The financial and operating performance of privatised companies: some further evidence based on Egyptian data
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The term privatisation has many shades of meaning. The overall purpose of privatisation is that of transferring the provision of goods and services from the public sector to the private sector and Kay and Thompson (1986) suggest that the term covers denationalisation (the sale of state owned enterprises), deregulation (the introduction of competition) and contracting out (the provision by private sector organisations of public services). Over the past 25 years or so, all of these various forms of privatisation have developed and evolved and are now a pervasive feature of the economies of many countries. Available in physical copy only (Call Number: HF 5630 S464)
Privatisation companies , Financial performance , Operating performance , Egypt
Abdeldayam, M., Karbhari, Y., & Muhamad Sori, Z. (2015). The financial and operating performance of privatised companies: some further evidence based on Egyptian data. In Mohammad Noor Hisham Osman, Siti Zaidah Turmin, Ahmed Razman Abdul Latiff & Zulkarnain Muhamad Sori (Eds.), Selected studies in accounting & finance (pp. 83-98). Serdang, Selangor: UPM Press.