Marketization in ASEAN

Marketization in ASEAN
Date of publication:  1991
Publisher:  Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Number of pages:  156
Code:  PIC59

About the publication

How can public enterprises be made more efficient? Where should the line between public and private production be drawn? What can countries do to minimize the losses sustained by public enterprises? What is the current perception of the role of the state in production in Southeast Asia, and particularly in ASEAN? What are the political, legal and administrative constraints pertaining to the divestment and/or marketization of public enterprises? Is the situation in Southeast Asia different from that in Europe? These are some of the questions this volume tackles.

Co-publication: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies


  • Marketization in ASEAN
    [Whole Publication, ISBN: 9789814376990]
  • Preliminary pages
  • PART I
  • 1. Introduction : Marketization of Public Enterprises, by Ng Chee Yuen, Norbert Wagner, authors
  • 2. The Role of the State in Southeast Asia, by Toh Kin Woon , author
  • 3. The Role of the State in Europe, by Heinrich Siedentopf, author
  • 4. Transformation of Public Enterprises: Changing Patterns of Ownership, Accountability & Control, by Ian Thynne, author
  • 5. The Transfer of Public Functions: A European Perspective, by Klaus Konig, author
  • 6. Making Public Enterprises More Efficient, by Ahmad D. Habir, author
  • 7. Marketization of Telecommunications in Southeast Asia, by Toh Mun Heng, Linda Low, authors
  • 8. Marketization of Public Utilities in ASEAN: Focus on the Public Transport Sector, by Zinnia F. Godinez, Florian A Alburo , authors
  • 9. Can Efficiency Coexist with Equity?: A Case Study of Public Transport in Thailand, by Sununtha Siengthai, Vuthiphong Priebjrivat, authors

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