ABSTRACT. An increasingly common outcome of large-scale bank privatization programs is foreign ownership of many nations' banking sector, which evidence suggests is usually positive in an economic sense, but problematic politically. There is little in the empirical record to suggest that privatization alone transforms the efficiency of divested banks, especially when these are only partially privatized.



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