Cilt 1, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 21 - 49 2016-06-01

Can Serbia Benefit from the Experience of Czech Privatizations?
Kann Serbien von den Erfahrungen aus der tschechischen Privatisierung profitieren?

Mag Danis BALAGIJA [1] , Helmut PERNSTEINER [2]

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Serbia and the Czech Republic have started privatization more than 25 years ago. While the Czech Republic has dispatched its privatization program, privatization in Serbia is still proceeding. It‘s built on this essay (article) to clarify, how Serbia takes lessons from the Czech privatization process. Discussing the underlying circumstances, models and results of the privatization methods in both countries, as well as a structural comparison of the Serbian privatization program with the Czech privatization, should provide the anticipated insights. A case study analysis of three privatization samples is intended to bring in the real situation. The research results show that, although the Czech privatization model differs in many respects from the Serbian one, it does not provide any entirely new impulses for Serbian privatization. Afterwards, the results and findings were given in recommendations for the Serbian privatization-endeavor.

Zusammenfassung und die Tschechische Republik haben die Privatisierung gemeinsam vor mehr als 25 Jahren begonnen. Während die Tschechische Republik ihr Privatisierungsprogramm zügig vollendet hat, dauert die Privatisierung in Serbien noch immer an. Im Mittelpunkt des Beitrages steht das Bestreben Erkenntnisse aus der tschechischen Privatisierung für die noch andauernden serbischen Privatisierungsaktivitäten zu gewinnen. Die Erörterung der Rahmenbedingungen, Modelle und Ergebnisse der Privatisierungsmethoden in beiden Staaten sowie ein Strukturvergleich des serbischen Privatisierungsprogramms mit der primären tschechischen Privatisierung sollen die erhofften Erkenntnisse bringen. Eine Fallstudienanalyse von drei Privatisierungsbeispielen soll die reale Situation einbringen. Die Untersuchungsergebnisse zeigen, dass obwohl sich das tschechische Privatisierungsmodell vom serbischen Pendant in vieler Hinsicht unterscheidet, dieses keine völlig neuartigen Anregungen für die serbische Privatisierung liefert. In weiterer Folge wurden die Resultate und Erkenntnisse in Empfehlungen für die serbischen Privatisierungsbemühungen zusammengefasst.

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Yazar: Mag Danis BALAGIJA
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Yazar: Helmut PERNSTEINER
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APA BALAGIJA, M , PERNSTEINER, H . (2016). Can Serbia Benefit from the Experience of Czech Privatizations?. Marmara Business Review, 1 (1), 21-49. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/mbr/issue/27337/287794
MLA BALAGIJA, M , PERNSTEINER, H . "Can Serbia Benefit from the Experience of Czech Privatizations?". Marmara Business Review 1 (2016): 21-49 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/mbr/issue/27337/287794>
Chicago BALAGIJA, M , PERNSTEINER, H . "Can Serbia Benefit from the Experience of Czech Privatizations?". Marmara Business Review 1 (2016): 21-49
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