Performance Consequences of Privatizing Egyptian State-Owned Enterprises : The Effect of Post-Privatization Ownership Structure on Firm Performance

@inproceedings{Omran2006PerformanceCO,
  title={Performance Consequences of Privatizing Egyptian State-Owned Enterprises : The Effect of Post-Privatization Ownership Structure on Firm Performance},
  author={Mohammed Omran},
  year={2006}
}
their suggestions; Sarah Allen, Ali Bolbol, Harry Churchill, and Suzanne Farrar for their research assistance; my colleagues at the Arab Academy for Science and Technology for research assistance; the Fulbright Commission office in Egypt for financial support; the Michael F. Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma for their hospitality; and the Public Enterprises Information Center and the Capital Market Authority in Egypt for providing the data. The views expressed in this… CONTINUE READING

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