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Published by London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance in London .
Written in English


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StatementS. Estrin, M.E. Schaffer and I.J.Singh.
SeriesEconomic performance discussion paper series / London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance -- no.225, Economic performance discussion paper (London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance) -- no.225.
ContributionsSchaffer, M.E., Singh, I.J.
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Open LibraryOL21203129M

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Abstract. We use evidence from a survey of approximately Polish state-owned, privatized, and de novo private manufacturing firms to investigate the nature and scope of enterprise-level provision of social benefits, and in particular how enterprise-level social provision is changing with transition, privatization and the emergence of the new private sector. The provision of social benefits in state-owned, privatized and private firms in Poland Estrin, Saul, Schaffer, Mark E. and Singh, I. J. () The provision of social benefits in state-owned, privatized and private firms in Poland. In: Rein, Martin, Friedman, Barry L. Downloadable! We use evidence from a survey of approximately Polish state-owned, privatized, and de novo private manufacturing firms to investigate the nature and scope of enterprises-level provision of social benefits, and in particular how enterprise-level social provision is changing with transition, privatization and the emergence of the new private sector. The provision of social benefits in state-owned, privatized and private firms in Poland. By S. Estrin, M. Schaffer, I Singh and London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom). Centre for Economic Performance. Abstract.

Assets used for the provision of social benefits are concentrated in state-owned firms, but there is relatively little social asset disposal; the de novo private sector is expanding the range of. “The Provision of Social Benefits in State-Owned, Privatized and Private Firms in Poland”, in Social Protection and the Enterprise in Transitional Economies, Martin Rein, Barry Friedman and Andreas Worgoetter (eds.), Cambridge University Press, Google Scholar. Estrin, S., M. E. Schaffer and I. J. Singh () ‘The Provision of Social Benefits in State Owned, Privatized and Private Firms in Poland’, in M. Rein, B. Friedman and A. Wörgötter (eds) Enterprise and Social Benefits after Communism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Google Scholar. THE PROVISION OF SOCIAL BENEFITS IN STATE-OWNED, PRIVATIZED AND PRIVATE FIRMS IN POLAND S. Estrin, M.E. Schaffer and I.J. Singh Page Introduction 1 1. Sample Size, Selection and Characteristics 2 2. Scope and Determinants of Enterprise Social Provision 5 3. The Determinants of Changes in Social Provision 12 4. Conclusions 14 Endnotes 16 Tables.

Pakistan Privatization Of State Owned Enterprises Economics Essay Introduction. The most recent two decades have witnessed an extensive shift in global State owned enterprises (SoEs) management paradigm, giving way to a progressively liberalist and free market reform doctrine. Polish firms that state-owned as well as privatized firms provide substantial social benefits to their employees, among them child care, health care, food and housing subsidies. They identify firm size, profitability and employee power as key determinants in the provision of benefits. We focus on the particular case of newly privatized firms because, in the spirit of privatization, we would expect governments to reduce their interference in the firms' policies. 1 Indeed, the switch from government to private ownership is intended to eliminate the political objectives of state-owned firms (considered in the literature as the. Social benefit fund, also called as Fund, is a separate bank account, on which employer gather funds which are intended to be spent as a social benefits for entitled employees.. Obligatory social benefit fund or holiday benefit. The Fund is obligatory for all budgetary and local government units, as well as for employers who employ at least 50 employees on a full time basis on January 1 st of.