After four years of delays and controversy, Poland’s mass privatization program is finally getting under way. Because the Polish plan differs significantly from other voucher privatization schemes, it will be an important experiment in the history of economic transformation, regardless of its outcome by BEN SLAY ALTHOUGH CZECH PRIME MINISTER Vaclav Klaus’s coupon privatization1 and […]

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