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Limits to Privatization

by Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker

The Report to the Club of Rome "Limits to Privatization" is the first thorough audit of privatizations from around the world. It outlines the historical emergence of globalization and liberalization, and from analyses of over 50 case studies of best- and worst-case experiences of privatization, it provides guidance for policy and action that will restore and maintain the right balance between the powers and responsibilities of the state, the private sector and the increasingly important role of civil society.



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