1 edition of Corporatization, divestment and the public-private mix found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Ian Thynne|
|Contributions||IASIA. Working Group on Public Enterprise Management Education and Training|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
The public sector and the private sector can team up to invest in, manage, or operate the asset. This union can take many forms, including long-term leases, public-private partnerships, management contracts, and joint ventures. Privatization. This approach involves selling an asset to an entity in the private sector. This book offers critical reflections on the governance change taking place in the Asian university systems and examines how far the restructuring of higher education governance through incorporation, privatization, and corporatization has really transformed the values and practices of those who work in the higher education sector.
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De Ru, HJ & van der Ven, ATLMCorporatization, Divestment and the Corporatization Mix in The Netherlands. in I Thynnen (ed.), Corporatization, Divestment and the Public-Private Mix. Selected Country Studies, Hong Kong, pp. Author: H.J. de Ru, A.T.L.M. van der Ven. Ariff, Mohamed, Mulul Asher, and Ian Thynne.
"Singapore." In Ian Thynne (ed.), Corporatization, Divestment and the Public-private Mix: Selected Country Studies. Hong Kong: AJPA Corporatization collaboration with IASIA.
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Thynne, Ian (b) ‘Basic Concepts and Issues’, in Ian Thynne (ed.) Corporatization, Divestment and the Public–Private Mix: Selected Country Studies. Hong. This working paper presents information and analyses of health care inequity in South Africa, with specific reference to what health economists term the public-private mix in health care.
The paper identifies the apartheid legacy of disadvantage in terms of health status and inequitable access to health care, and outlines health policy.
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Ariff, M., Mukul Asher and Ian Thynne. “Singapore”. In Corporatization, Divestment and the Public-Private Mix, Selected Country Studies, edited by Ian Thynne. Hong Kong: AJPA in collaboration with IASIA, ASEAN.
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Public-Private. Partnerships (PPPs) 1 PPPs, Alberto C. Agra 2 Needs of the Community IMPLEMENTATION-FUNDING JUNCTION Loans/ Grants/ Official Devt Assistance Public-Private Partnerships National/ Local Government Funds 3 Public Entity 2 or all of the above DEFINITION(S) OF PPP Restrictive or Broad 4 Definitional Realities 1.
No universal definition of PPP a) each country will. The new hospital models resembled those introduced elsewhere in Europe, seeking health providers’ autonomization, corporatization and, in some cases, privatization, while accommodating national culture and the political as well as legal context.
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“Public-Private Participation in Health and Universal Health Coverage”, Global Health Journal. In Ian Thynne, ed., Corporatization, Divestment and the Public-Private Mix: Selected Country Studies.
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Supreme Court rejecting a bid to immediately restart construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, and a federal judge in Washington, D.C. ordering the Dakota Access Pipeline. Divestment or Disposition 9. Rehabilitate-Own-Operate Corporatization Rehabilitate-Lease-Transfer* Subsidiary with Private Equity Rehabilitate-Transfer* Onerous Donation Rehabilitate-Transfer-Operate* Gratuitous Donation Concession Arrangement Editorial Reviews "A Curriculum of Fear offers unique and engaging insight on the intersections of education, securitization, and militarism in the United States.
It makes an important contribution to research in each of these fields."—Emily Gilbert, University of Toronto "A Curriculum of Fear provides a valuable contribution to the literature on the militarization and corporatization of.
Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is a contractual relationship between a public sector entity (PSE) and a private sector proponent (PSP) where the PSP assumes substantial financial, technical and operational risk in the design, financing, construction and operation of a project aimed at promoting public interest by making available higher.
The nuts and bolts of service delivery: public, private and merit goods Central to any discussion of the equity considerations behind the corporatization of water is an understanding of the nature of a public versus private good or service. 2 In the service delivery literature, the distinction between the public and private sector aspects of.
1. Introduction. Over the past 15 years many publicly owned and operated national flag carriers have been fully or partially privatized. The motives for ownership restructuring through privatization are diverse, but normally include the objective of enhancing carrier financial performance and operating efficiency.