1 edition of Public enterprise in Asia found in the catalog.
Public enterprise in Asia
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Abu Sharaf H. K. Sadique.|
|Contributions||Sadique, Abu Sharaf H. K., Asian Centre for Development Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HD4276 .P8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 562 p. :|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||77940004|
Book Description. Originally published in , this volume brings together papers on the organisational structure of select public enterprises from nine countries, developed and developing. They are set in different forms, work in different sectors and have diverse experiences, often on similar issues. Public enterprise is only an instrument and a method which the state could utilize with advantage achieve certain socio-economic objective. State enterprises have become a worldwide phenomenon in the twentieth century, state enterprises have come.
It examines the role that private and public enterprise have played in the construction and operation of the railways, electricity, gas and water supply, tramways, coal, oil and natural gas industries, telegraph, telephone, computer networks and other modern by: The prestigious Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards (APEA) Regional Edition is an Award Recognition programme recognising entrepreneurial and organisational excellence. The APEA honours business leaders and organisations who have shown outstanding performance and tenacity in developing successful businesses, whilst not neglecting the social.
Public Enterprise at the Crossroads What is the future for public enterprise? In many parts of the world it is going through a crisis. Privatization is being advocated as the solution to the many problems associated with its organization and management. This book focuses on the underlying causes of those problems and looksFile Size: 1MB. Public enterprise and the nature of the state --Public enterprise as an instrument of policy in anti-poverty strategies in South Asia. Responsibility: Rehman Sobhan.
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Public enterprises are government-owned firms that sell goods or services in a market. Involved in public production for private consumption, they are a hybrid of government and private enterprise. Thus, an analysis of public enterprise requires insights Format: Printed Access Code.
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H Hanson. The first of a series of four ICSEM books, Social Enterprise in Asia will serve as a key reference and resource for teachers, researchers, students, experts, policy makers, journalists and other categories of people who want to acquire a broad understanding of the phenomena of social enterprise and social entrepreneurship as they emerge and Cited by: 1.
Originally published inthis book, by an acknowledged international authority on public enterprise, explores this concept in both the major and the developing economies. He analyses how public enterprise functions and demonstrates how it may be integrated into both traditional Western mixed economies and third world economies with a much high level of state control.
Book Description. Originally published inthis book grew out of the papers (and discussions) presented at the Seminar conducted at London Business School during March-Junewith a focus on the problems of public enterprise in the context of the developing world. Comparative study of public enterprise management in different countries around the world, pointing to historical trends and current issues and problems.
Experts survey an interesting collection of countries in the Americas, Asia, the Middle/Near East, Europe, and Australia. They also discuss public enterprise management education.
State-Owned Enterprises in Asia: National Practices for Performance Evaluation and Management File Size: 1MB. Property Management System. Remember Me. Sign In. ADVERTISEMENTS: “Public enterprises are autonomous or semi-autonomous corporations and companies established, owned and controlled by the state and engaged in industrial and commercial activities.” Public enterprises as a form of business organisation have gained importance only in recent times.
During twentieth century various governments started participating in industrial and commercial. Defining the term ‘public enterprise’. Nomenclature is part of the discourse on public sector enterprises which has. been the source of ambiguity.4In Ethiopia, one of the major proclamations.
1Law and Public Enterprises in Asia (), International Legal Center, (Praeger. enterprise asia center for entrepreneurship To accelerate the growth of entrepreneurs in Malaysia and across Asia through evidence-based industry best practices, curation of transferrable framework for shared values practices, and aggregation of innovation and innovative practices.
A public enterprise which is established under the prevailing law of the country is called a government company. In this company, government owns at least 51% of total shares. This type of company is a popular form of company because it is easy to organize and is considered to be more efficient.
Public enterprise in South Asia. Ljubljana, Yugoslavia: International Center for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Muzaffer Ahmad.
'A brilliant critical and fresh look at the public choice school of thought.' - Paul Streeten This book challenges theories of public goods, public enterprise and public choice on three fronts. Government action reflects wider interests and commitments than just the material self-interest assumed as primary by the three by: How amenable is public enterprise to the implementation of national distributional policies.
This is the question explored here by Professor Ramanadham. Originally published inhe examines the various channels through which distributional effects take place through their operations, and draws attention to the implicit conflicts of Cited by: ALI FARAZMAND, Associate Professor of Public Administration, Florida Atlantic University, has done research on the subject of public enterprise management at length.
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Free shipping for many products. Public Enterprise is an enterprise under government control. More than half of the total share of a public enterprise is owned by the government and effectively managed by the government. Public enterprises are operating under six broad sectors in Nepal.
They are industrial, commercial, service, social, public utility and finance. The government of India boasts of five Maharatnas and nine Navratnas (ratna meaning gems) public enterprises which are engaged in myriad of economic and developmental activities in the country, e.g.
The Steel Authority of India, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, National Thermal Power Corporation etc. Originally published inthe subject of this book is an aspect of economic development which, despite its importance, had rarely attracted more than incidental attention at the time.
The author’s interest in public enterprise in underdeveloped countries was stimulated by a year’s residence in by: The rationale of government control over a public enterprise cannot be abridged into ‘ownership control’.
There can be a control against capital expenditure when the enterprise has to look to the government for funds, while it is left relatively free to undertake the expenditure if it is financed from its own reserves.Genre/Form: Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Public enterprise in Asia.
Kuala Lumpur: Asian Centre for Development Administration,