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|Title:||Public Enterprise Sector Reforms In Zimbabwe|
|Publisher:||University of Zimbabwe Publications|
|Citation:||Zhou, Gedion. (2000), ''Public Enterprise Sector Reforms In Zimbabwe'', Zambezia, vol. 27, no. 2, pp 195-219.|
|Abstract:||States, the world over, are called upon to put in place enabling policy frameworks to ensure successful implementation of public enterprise sector reforms. This requires profound reformation of the institutional, legal, regulatory and control networks in which the public enterprise has been embedded, often for decades. The creation of such enabling contexts largely hinges on the nature of the state and its political will to transform its role from that of an entrepreneur to a mere facilitator in the reform process. This article contributes to this challenge by analysing the socio-political, institutional, legal and regulatory contexts within which public enterprise sector reforms are implemented in Zimbabwe.|
|Appears in Collections:||Political and Admin Studies Staff Publications|
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