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The World Bank economic review 13 (1), Volume 1
 
Author:Rama, Martin; Haltiwanger, John; Singh, Manisha; Doh-Shin Jeon; Laffont, Jean-Jacques; MacIsaac, Donna; Assaad, Ragui; Ruppert, Elizabeth; Scott, Kinnon; Country:Kazakhstan; Egypt, Arab Republic of; Ecuador;
Date Stored:2002/09/12Document Date:1999/01/31
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Economic Policy, Institutions and Governance; Economic Stabilization; Poverty Assessment; Health Monitoring & Evaluation; Public Sector Economics
ISBN:ISBN0-8213-4361-0Language:English
Major Sector:Public Administration, Law, and JusticeRegion:Europe and Central Asia; Middle East and North Africa; Latin America & Caribbean
Report Number:19241Sub Sectors:(Historic)Other public sector management
Source Citation:The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 13, no. 1 (January 1999), pp. 1-209Volume No:1

Summary: Public sector downsizing: an introduction, by Martin Rama. Cross-country evidence on public sector retrenchment, by John Haltiwanger and Manisha Singh. The efficient mechanism for downsizing the public sector, by Doh-Shin Jeon and Jean-Jacques Laffont. Earnings and welfare after downsizing: Central Bank employees in Ecuador, by Martin Rama and Donna MacIsaac. Matching severance payments with worker losses in the Egyptian public sector, by Ragui Assaad. The Algerian retrenchment system: a financial and economic evaluation, by Elizabeth Ruppert. Labor earnings in one-company towns: theory and evidence from Kazakhstan, by Martin Rama and Kinnon Scott.

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