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Tomová Anna (University of Žilina, Slovakia), Haljaková Paulína (University of Žilina, Slovakia)
Global Energy Business, PPPS and Developing Countries
Światowy biznes energetyczny, partnerstwa publiczno-prywatne a kraje rozwijające się
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego. Ekonomiczne Problemy Usług, 2012, nr 88, s. 689-697, rys., tab., bibliogr.30 poz.
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Gospodarka elektroniczna: wyzwania rozwojowe. T. 2
Energia, Kraje rozwijające się
Energy, Developing countries
W artykule poddano analizie partnerstwa publiczno-prywatne w sektorze energetycznym jako formę strategii penetracji w krajach rozwijających się. Szczególną uwagę poświęcono krajom rozwijającym się w Europie, Azji Środkowej, Afryce Północnej i na Bliskim Wschodzie, ponieważ mają one istotne znaczenie dla polityki energetycznej UE. W artykule przedstawiono głównych światowych graczy w sektorze energetycznym w wyżej wymienionych regionach, przy okazji analizując procesy globalizacji i prywatyzacji w sektorze energetycznym, w tym miękkie formy reprezentowane przez partnerstwa publiczno-prywatne. Dokument ten podsumowuje cząstkowe wyniki projektu - MŠ SR Grant Project VEGA 1/0341/09(abstrakt oryginalny)

As it can be seen in the previous analysis, privatization and globalization are twins in energy sector development. In their penetration strategies, key energy business players use broad portfolio of penetration strategies with regards existing energy infrastructure as well as newly constructed one. The energy players considered within our research demonstrate that enlargement of geographical scope of global business requires different channels of penetration, "soft" form of privatization (PPPs) included. Flexibility of penetration strategy based on various privatization schemes is therefore crucial factor undermining global goals of energy sector players which act transnationally. Determinants of penetration choice are - according to our viewing - intricate socio-economic and political issues given mainly contextually(original abstract)
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