IPPRED Papers (ILO Interdepartmental Action Programme on Privatization, Restructuring and Economic Democracy)

Resource list | 05 May 2010

18. Privatization, labour law and labour relations: a comparative report - Suzanne Nola and Marleen Rueda

16. The employment impact of privatization and enterprise restructuring in selected transition economies: cross-country comparison of findings from establishment surveys in Russia, Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine, the Kyrgyz Republic and China - Christine Evans-Klock and Alexander Samorodov

15. The promotion and privatization of medical services in the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Georgia - Igor Vocatch-Boldyrev

14. Institutions and market development: capacity building for economic and social transition - Dennis A. Rondinelli

13. Small businesses and professional associations in Africa: an outlook for private sector consolidation - Hakim Hossenmamode

12. Privatization in Slovakia: the role of employee and management participation - Dane Brzica

11. Employee ownership in Hungary: the role of employers’ and workers’ organizations - Béla Galgóczi and János Hovorka

10. Privatization and management development in Africa - Cornelius Dzakpasu

9. Privatization of two state enterprises in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic - M. Allal and F. Bonnet

8. Traditional trade unions during transition and economic reform in the Russian Federation - Frank Hoffer

7. The role of employers’ organizations in privatization - Alan Wild (in French) | (in Spanish)

6. Small enterprise development as a strategy for reducing the social cost of restructuring and privatization: public and private initiatives - Clare Tawney and Jacob Levitsky

5. Issues in privatization and restructuring in sub-Saharan Africa - Akanimo Etukudo

4. Social and employment consequences of privatization in transition economies: Evidence and Guidelines - Brendan Martin

3. Management development in Russia - Igor Gurkov

2. Enterprise privatization and employee buy-outs in Poland: an analysis of the process - Rainer Schliwa