Economic Transition, Constitutional Choice, and Public Administration: Implementing Privatization

O'Toole Jr., Laurence J.
September 1994
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Sep94, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p493
Academic Journal
Discusses privatization developments in the postsocialist region and the choices made in Hungary. Brief overview of implementation theory; Similarities across existing theoretical approaches; analysis of the implementation effort in Hungary; Implications of the findings of the study on policy implementation.


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