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Czech Privatization - Penalties for the Speed A Criticism of Radical Liberalism

  • Lubomír Mlčoch
Conference paper
Part of the Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy book series (SEEP)

Abstract

The Czech way of privatization is frequently highly appreciated - especially from abroad, sometimes even as the lesson to be learned or model to be followed (Russia, Kazakhstan, Poland?…). The voucher scheme - perhaps not the Czech invention, but certainly realised innovation of the fast and mass privatization in the situation of lacking domestic capital - could be a good example for the other postcommunist countries also suffering from the same illness.

Keywords

Business Ethic Corporate Governance Private Property Real Socialism State Enterprise 
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