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Volume 6 Number 2 pp. 25-40

Piotr Lis, Sławomir Zwierzchlewski

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The concepts of privatization of state-owned enterprises and public housing stock in Poland : similarities and differences

Abstract: Privatization of the Polish economy highlighted many problems concerning mostly the concepts of the process. This work attempts to make a review of the main aspects of privatization in Poland on the basis of state-owned enterprises and public housing stock. The authors indicate similarities and differences in privatization of the given resources with regard to the motives and dilemmas, scope of state intervention, techniques, equivalence of sale prices to the market value, and general consequences of this process. The conclusion of this work is that despite some common motives for the privatization of property in Poland, one can list significant differences with respect to the indicated resources. (original abstract)
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Keywords: Privatisation, State enterprises, Housing resources, Concepts of privatization, Prywatyzacja, Przedsiębiorstwo państwowe, Zasoby mieszkaniowe, Koncepcje prywatyzacyjne

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MLA Lis, Piotr, and Sławomir Zwierzchlewski. "The concepts of privatization of state-owned enterprises and public housing stock in Poland : similarities and differences." Economics and Business Review EBR 6.2 (): 25-40.
APA , (). The concepts of privatization of state-owned enterprises and public housing stock in Poland : similarities and differences. Economics and Business Review EBR 6(2), 25-40
ISO 690 LIS, Piotr, ZWIERZCHLEWSKI, Sławomir. The concepts of privatization of state-owned enterprises and public housing stock in Poland : similarities and differences. Economics and Business Review EBR, , 6.2: 25-40.