This research was sup,ported by the National Coun,cil for East Euro,pean and Eur,asian Research. We thank Jo,anne Low,ery for edi,to,rial assis,tance, Phi,lipp Jonas, Gábor Kézdi, and Mark Schaf,fer for econo,met,ric help and advice, and Tom Coupé, Vla,di,mir Gim,pel,son, Ros,ti,slav Kap,eliushni,kov, Steve Pis,chke (the edi,tor), two anon,y,mous ref,er,ees and par,tic,i,pants at pre,sen,ta,tions at the Up,john Insti,tute, Cen,tral Euro,pean ,Uni,ver,sity, Kyiv School of Eco,nom,ics, Insti,tute of Eco,nom,ics of the Hun,gar,ian Acad,emy of Sci,ences, Cen,ter for Labor Stud,ies at the Higher School of Eco,nom,ics, Uni,ver,sity of Mary,land, CUNY Grad,u,ate Cen,ter, Con,fer,ence on Com,par,a,tive Anal,y,sis of Enter,prise Data, Soci,ety of Labor Econ,o,mists and Amer,i,can ,Eco,nomic Asso,ci,a,tion meet,ings for help,ful com,ments. Assem,bling and pre,par,ing the data for this pro,ject involved large teams of col,lab,o,ra,tors and we are grate,ful for con,sci,en,tious work by Anna Hor,váth, Anna Lov,ász, Béla Személy and Ágnes Törõcsik on the Hun,gar,ian data; Io,ana Dan, Vic,tor Kaz,nov,sky, Cat,a,lin Pa,una, Iri,na Vantu and Rux,an,dra Ste,fan on the Roma,nian data; and Nata,lia Akh,min,a, Ta,ti,ana An,drey,eva, Se,rhiy Bilet,sky, Ivan Mar,yan,chyk, Alex,an,der Scher,ba,kov and Vla,di,mir Vak,hi,tov on the Ukrai,nian data. We are also grate,ful to the Hun,gar,ian National Bank for coop,er,a,tion and data sup,port on the Hun,gar,ian anal,y,sis, and to EROC (Eco,nomic Research and Out,reach Cen,tre at the Kyiv-Mo,hyla School of Eco,nom,ics) for sup,port of Ukrai,nian data col,lec,tion and prep,a,ra,tion. All errors are our own.
Employment and Wage Effects of Privatisation: Evidence from Hungary, Romania, Russia and Ukraine*
Article first published online: 6 AUG 2009
© The Author(s). Journal compilation © Royal Economic Society 2009
The Economic Journal
Volume 120, Issue 545, pages 683–708, June 2010
How to Cite
David Brown, J., Earle, J. S. and Telegdy, Á. (2010), Employment and Wage Effects of Privatisation: Evidence from Hungary, Romania, Russia and Ukraine. The Economic Journal, 120: 683–708. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0297.2009.02300.x
- Issue published online: 1 JUN 2010
- Article first published online: 6 AUG 2009
- Submitted: 29 August 2007 Accepted: 5 January 2009
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