The Political Underpinnings of Privatization: A Typology

@inproceedings{Feigenbaum1994ThePU,
  title={The Political Underpinnings of Privatization: A Typology},
  author={Harvey B. Feigenbaum and Jeffrey R. Henig},
  year={1994}
}
COMING after years of governmental expansion, the seeming breadth and forcefulness of the international movement toward privatization presents an intellectual anomaly. Many of the theories offered to account for the emergence of the welfare state link governmental growth to seemingly inexorable forces such as urbanization and technological change,' national security threats,2 and powerful coalitions of bureaucrats and special interest groups.3 Since these basic forces do not appear to have… CONTINUE READING

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