Readership: Academics, researchers, and students of financial economics, political science, and corporate
governance; Economists and policy makers concerned with privatization.
Bernardo Bortolotti, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Turin, and Domenico Siniscalco, Director General of the Treasury, Italian Ministry of Economics and Finance, and Professor of Economics, University of Turin
1: The Economic Theory of Privatization
2: Privatization Around the World
3: The Determinants of Privatization
4: How do Governments Privatize?
5: Private Ownership, Public Control
6: Privatizing Monopolies
Appendix I: Data and Methodology
Appendix 2: Importing Investor Protection
Appendix 3: Golden Shares Around the World