Explores whether the current implementation of privatization in Turkey is consistent with original privatization objectives as laid down in the original government plan. Presents analysis of hard data obtained from the Public Participation Fund, the agency responsible for the planning and execution of the programme and entrusted with selling the state′s shares in companies, and the results of certain questions from a survey undertaken in Turkey to assess the opinions of senior managers, drawn from both the state and private sector, and academics, regarding the implementation of the privatization policy. Finds that, to date, implementation of the privatization programme is contrary to the original objectives of the Turkish government.
Keller, A., Dogan, Ç. and Eroglu, Ö. (1994), "Evaluating Privatization Policies in Turkey", International Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol. 7 No. 1, pp. 15-24. https://doi.org/10.1108/09513559410051327Download as .RIS
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