Publications of Frydman, R.

Earle JS, Estrin S. Employee ownership in transition. In: Frydman R, Gray CW, Rapaczynski A, editors. Corporate governance in Central Europe and Russia. Volume 2. Insiders and the state. Budapest: Central European University Press; distributed by Oxford University Press New York; 1996. p. 1-61.
Frydman R, Rapaczynski A, Earle JS. Ambiguity of privatization and the paths of transition to a private property regime. In: Frydman R, Rapaczynski A, editors. Privatization in Eastern Europe: Is the state withering away? Privatization Project Book series. Budapest and London: Central European University Press; distributed by Oxford University Press New York; 1994. p. 168-209.
Earle JS, Frydman R, Rapaczynski A. Notes on voucher privatization in Eastern Europe. In: Fair DE, Raymond RJ, editors. The new Europe: Evolving economic and financial systems in East and West. Financial and Monetary Policy Studies, vol. 26. Norwell, Mass. and Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic; 1993. p. 15-40.
Earle JS, Sapatoru D. Privatization in a hypercentralized economy: the case of Romania. In: Earle JS, Frydman R, Rapaczynski A, editors. Privatization in the transition to a market economy: Studies of preconditions and policies in Eastern Europe. New York: St. Martin's Press in association with the Central European University; 1993. p. 147-70.
Earle JS, Frydman R, Rapaczynski A. Privatization policies in Eastern Europe: diverse routes to a market economy. In: Privatization in the transition to a market economy: Studies of preconditions and policies in Eastern Europe. New York: St. Martin's Press in association with the Central European University; 1993. p. 1-13.

Privatization in the transition to a market economy: studies of preconditions and policies in Eastern Europe

Ten papers explore the hypothesis that the diversity in the formulation and implementation of privatization policies in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union stems from differences in the histories of these countries under socialism. Papers focus on preconditions; privatization plans, policies, and results; and evidence from Hungary on the stock market and foreign capital. Earle is an author on East European transition and American labor markets. Frydman is at New York University. Rapaczynski is at Columbia University. Index.