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The determinants of enterprise restructuring in transition

an assessment of the evidence

by Simeon Djankov

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Published by World Bank in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Privatization -- Europe, Eastern -- Case studies,
  • Privatization -- Former Soviet republics -- Case studies,
  • Privatization -- Asia -- Case studies,
  • Industrial policy -- Europe, Eastern -- Case studies,
  • Industrial policy -- Former Soviet republics -- Case studies,
  • Industrial policy -- Asia -- Case studies,
  • Post-communism -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 27-28).

    StatementSimeon Djankov and Peter Murrell.
    GenreCase studies.
    SeriesWorld free of poverty
    ContributionsMurrell, Peter, 1950-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD4140.7 .D54 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17598829M
    ISBN 100821348159
    LC Control Number00043955
    OCLC/WorldCa45002096

    Djankov, Simeon, and Peter Murrell (), “The Determinants of Enterprise Restructuring in Transition: An Assessment of the Evidence,” World Bank (mimeo). CrossRef Google Scholar Fribel, Guido, and Sergei Guriev (), “Why Russian Workers Do Not Move: Attachment of Workers Through In-Kind Payments,” SITE, Stockholm School of. Our understanding of enterprise restructuring in a transition context is predominantly drawn from the ex-communist countries of Europe. Those countries have their own cultural values, social structures, were subject to the Soviet political and economic managemet styles and had their own political and economic reasons to move to the free market system.

    Banking sectors in transition economies have experienced major transformations throughout the s. While some countries have been successful in eliminating underlying distortions and restructuring their financial sectors, in some cases financial sectors remain underdeveloped and the rates of financial intermediation continue to be low. Transition, economic reform and the role of the state. SMEs, Firms, Industries and Productivity literature splits these determinants into two groups. The first group constitutes determinants on which the firm has control. According to literature, a firm can increase productivity through restructuring and adopting best practices, and.

    The aim of this study was to identify common determinants of the shape of labour market institutions in the group of 25 post-socialist countries during the transition period. showed that conducted market reforms (especially the privatisation of state-owned companies and enterprise restructuring) have determined the shape of labour market. Transition indicators. The existence of private property rights may be the most basic element of a market economy, and therefore implementation of these rights is the key indicator of the transition process.. The main ingredients of the transition process are: Liberalization – the process of allowing most prices to be determined in free markets and lowering trade barriers that had shut off.


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Over the last decade, more than one hundred fifty thousand large enterprises in twenty seven transition countries have encountered revolutionary changes in every aspect of their political and economic Cited by: Get this from a library.

The determinants of enterprise restructuring in transition: an assessment of the evidence. [Simeon Djankov; Peter Murrell]. Determinants of Enterprise Restructuring in Transition: Description of a Survey in Russian Industry.

Post-Communist Economies: Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. Cited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): this paper is a modest attempt to collect exactly this sort of data.

It covers the period of market reforms, between the start of and September The survey questions focus on enterprise restructuring in Russian industry on the one hand, and potential determinants on the other.

Download Citation | Determinants of Enterprise Restructuring in Transition | this paper is a modest attempt to collect exactly this sort of data.

It covers the period of market reforms, between Author: Luc Moers. Determinants of enterprise restructuring in transition: description of a survey in Russian industry Luc Moers1 30 March 1 Introduction To achieve sustainable economic growth in transition countries, it is crucial that enterprise performance is improved (eg EBRD, ).

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These considerations are in fact determinants of the SBC, which are identified as the major obstacle to efficient enterprise restructuring during transition (Kornai et al., ). If the costs of deviating from the profit-maximizing employment–sales ratio are high relative to the costs of adjusting labor, firms will choose to restructure.

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Banking sectors in transition economies have experienced major transformations throughout the s. While some countries have been successful in eliminating underlying distortions and restructuring their financial sectors, in some cases financial sectors remain underdeveloped and the rates of financial intermediation continue to be quite low.

Downloadable. This paper takes the form of a comparative study of the body of research upon enterprise performance and restructuring in established market economies and transition economies (TEs). We firstly examine issues related to empirical studies of enterprise performance and restructuring, including the influence of historical cost accounting, reverse causality, sample selection bias and.

Transition Of Enterprise RestructuringTransition Economies and its Determinants of enterprise restructuring in transition: description of a survey in Russian industry Luc Moers1 30 March 1 Introduction To achieve sustainable economic growth in transition countries, it is crucial that enterprise performance is improved (eg EBRD, ).

Enterprise Restructuring in Transition Economies and its Determinants: The Case of Bulgaria Petia Koleva 1 University of Paris – I Abstract This paper is a rough draft of a reflection about the causes of restructuring in transition economies (TEs), resulting from questions arisen after reading the profuse literature related to restructuring.

Get this from a library. The Determinants of Enterprise Restructuring in Transition: an Assessment of the Evidence. [Simeon Djankov; Peter Murrell] -- Annotation Over the last decade, more than one hundred fifty thousand large enterprises in twenty seven transition countries have encountered revolutionary changes in every aspect of their.

The Determinants of Enterprise Restructuring in Transition: An Assessment of the Evidence Article January with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The determinants of enterprise restructuring in transition: an assessment of the evidence (English) Abstract.

The most intensive area of empirical research on transition countries has been the examination of enterprise-level data to ascertain whether enterprises have responded productively to. Rapid privatization is an important determinant of successful restructuring. The method of privatization and the type of owner appear to play only a minor role.

Evaluating the restructuring of large enterprises in transition economies is difficult because it is only one of many economic changes. ForRussia, data to investigate the potential determinants of enterprise performance is ore, the survey described in this paper collects data on enterprise restructuring, ownership,competition, budget constraints and, particularly, institutions in Russian industry, covering theperiod between the start of and September CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper takes the form of a comparative study of the body of research upon enterprise performance and restructuring in established market economies and transition economies (TEs).

We firstly examine issues related to empirical studies of enterprise performance and restructuring, including the influence of. Determinants of Enterprise Performance during Transition.

Alan Bevan, Saul Estrin and Mark Schaffer (). NoCERT Discussion Papers from Centre for Economic Reform and Transformation, Heriot Watt University Abstract: This paper takes the form of a comparative study of the body of research upon enterprise performance and restructuring in established market economies and transition.

transition countries. Our objective is to survey the evidence on the determinants of enterprise restructuring in transition.2 We provide such a synthesis, summarizing the composite conclusions from more than one hundred empirical studies.

Where possible, we compare the re-sults from the transition literature with those from studies of market.Given this influence, our understanding of enterprise restructuring and its determinants can be considered limited especially when one takes into consideration the fact that mnay developing countries with centrally planned economic systems had moved to the free market system almost at the same time as the ex-communist countries.

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