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The Politics of Equity Finance in Emerging Markets$
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Kathryn C. Lavelle

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780195174090

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2005

DOI: 10.1093/0195174097.001.0001

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Russia and Eastern Europe

Russia and Eastern Europe

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(p.142) 8 Russia and Eastern Europe
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The Politics of Equity Finance in Emerging Markets
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Kathryn C. Lavelle (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0195174097.003.0008

This chapter considers former Soviet bloc examples, three of which overtly modeled their securities market institutions on Anglo-American practice. These country examples contain cases of Ibusz, Cherkizovsky Group, and Harvard Capital that came from the Hungarian case-by-case program, the Russian mass-privatization program, and the Czech voucher program, respectively. In addition, it considers the Polish system, which emulated the German-Japanese example. The company case of Szczecin Shipyard in Poland also demonstrates that as large firms have sought to forge keiretsu-style conglomerates and failed, the state has re-entered their management.

Keywords:   Russia, East Europe, Hungary, Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, Ibusz, Cherkizovsky Group, Harvard Capital, Szczecin Shipyard

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