Privatization Part 1b: Charges of Cronyism and Corruption

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Privatization Part 1b: Charges of Cronyism and Corruption

Instructor: Robin Grier, University of Oklahoma

 

Critics have argued that state monopolies were simply being traded for private ones and that companies were sold at high prices, but their buyers were guaranteed of protection and other goodies in exchange.

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