SAN JOSÉ STATE UNIVERSITY
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Thayer Watkins

Bibliography of Recent Articles on
Privatization in the United Kingdom
Articles for which the full text is available through SJSU's Info Trac - Expanded Academic Index
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Happy birthday, BT; Bagehot. The EconomistJuly 6, 2002 (Vol )(1)
Thomas the private tank engine. Gary SturgessQuadrantMay 2002 (Vol 46)52(2)
London underground: Wrestling with privatization. Robert O'ConnorMass TransitFebruary 2002 (Vol 28)23(3)
Derailed: The UK's disasterous experience with rail privatization. Brendan MartinMultinational MonitorJan. 2002 (Vol )8(6)
Milburn defends use of private sector in the NHS. Andrew MoscropBritish Medical JournalNov. 3, 2001 (Vol 323)1025(1)
Could this be Labour's poll tax? Privatization of health care in the United Kingdom. George MonbiotNew StatesmanOct. 1, 2001 (Vol 130)42(3)
Report attacked for vested interests of its backers. Lynn EatonBritish Medical JournalJune 30, 2001 (Vol 322)1563(1)
Keeping everybody happy. Malcolm Geith,
Babak Dehghanpisheh
Newsweek International June 18,2001 (Vol )5(1)
Let the public sector go free. New Statesman (1996)Nov. 27, 2000 (Vol 129)5(1)
Alan Milburn signs concordat with the private sector. Jason RoachBritish Medical JournalNov. 4, 2000 (Vol 321)1101(1)
Labour think tank proposes privatisation of clinical services. Zosia KmietowiczBritish Medical JournalOct. 28, 2000 (Vol 321)1038(1)
Issues in strategic investment in the global electric utilities industry. Abby Ghobadian,
Howard Viney
SAM Advanced Management JournalSept. 30, 2000 (Vol 65)12(7)
John Prescott to try to combat NATS privatisation opposition. Airline Industry InformationMay 3, 2000 (Vol )(1)
Railways - Odd Coupling The EconomistApril 22, 2000 (Vol 355)(2)
The Ministry of Defence might have felt it was safe from the reforming zeal of the accountants. New Statesman (1996)March 20, 2000 (Vol 129)36(1)
Britain beefs up privatisation powers. Mike KnuttonInternational Railway JournalAugust 19999 (Vol 39)1(1)
Dithering over the Post Office The EconomistJuly 10, 1999 (Vol 351)51(1)
Britain's railways. The EconomistJuly 3, 1999 (Vol 352)57(4)
The gravy train. The EconomistJuly 3, 1999 (Vol 352)58(1)
Pass the parcel. The EconomistNov. 7, 1998 (Vol )2(1)
If it ain't broke don't fix it, Peter. New StatesmanAugust 7, 1998 (Vol 127)8(2)
The end of privatisation. The EconomistJune 13, 1998 (Vol 347)53(2)
The assessment of public sector investment. John Flemming,
Colin Mayer
Oxford Review of Economic PolicyWinter 1997 (Vol 13)1(10)
British rail: A verdict on privatization Mary FaradayMass TransitNov-Dec 1997 (Vol 23)36(3)
The benefits of multi-utility. Ian RobinsonManagement TodayOct. 1997 (Vol )5(1)
All change. Richard GreenhillPeople ManagementMay 1, 1997 (Vol 3)22(3)
Lights on: In Britain, the privatized electricity system is providing better service. When will America see the light. Cecil ParkinsonNational ReviewApril 21, 1997 (Vol 49)40(2)
Public administration and government 1995-96. Andrew Gray,
Bill Jenkins
Parlimentary AffairsApril 1997 (Vol 50)191(12)
What's next, Queen Mum futures? NewsweekMarch 10, 1997 (Vol 129)40(1)
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Up the tube: Government and Labour Party cannot agree on privatization plan New StatesmanFeb.28, 1997 (Vol 126)5(1)
Badly sold: Privatization The EconomistFeb. 22, 1997 (Vol 342)62(2)
The wrong approach. The Economist18(1)
Hot property. The EconomistAugust 31, 1996 (Vol 340)47(2)
Reading between the lines. Steve NorrisNew StatesmanAugust 2, 1996 (Vol 125)14(2)
Mutinous mood: Soldiers' homes. The EconomistJuly 6, 1996 (Vol 340)5012)
U.K. labs: A year of uncertainty. ScienceMay 31, 1996 (Vol 272)1254(3)
An NHS sale like you've never seen. Kirsty MilneNew Stateman & SocietyMay 17, 1996 (Vol 9)24(3)
Further doubts raised over UK's private finance intiative. Malcolm DeanThe LancetMay 4, 1996 (Vol 347)1253(1)
Review threatens royal observatories. Nigel WilliamsScienceMay 3, 1996 (Vol 272)641(2)
Power play gone wrong. Dave TokeNew Statesman & SocietyFeb.23, 1996 (Vol 9)38(2)
Slow train to success. The EconomistFeb. 3, 1996 (Vol 338)47(1)
Cooking the books. The EconomistOct. 28, 1995 (Vol 337)65(2)
Off-line: Rail privatisation. The EconomistMay 20, 1995 (Vol 335)54(2)
How to privatize. The EconomistMarch 11, 1995 (Vol 334)16(2)
Disguted: Privatization in Great Britain. The EconomistMarch 11, 1995 (Vol 334)55(2)
Shocking success: Britain's electricity firms. The EconomistFeb.25, 1995 (Vol 334)66(2)
Marooned: Post office. The EconomistJan. 28. 1995 (Vol 334)50(2)
A great train crash: Britain's railways are still worth privatizing. The EconomistJan. 21, 1995 (Vol 334)20(1)
Rail privatization in the balance as parties lock horns. Paul AndersonNew Statesman & SocietyJan. 20, 1995 (Vol 8)10(1)
The acquired rights directive. Peter CurwenEuropean Business JournalWinter 1995 (Vol 7)38(9)
Money on the line: Rail privatization. The EconomistDec. 17, 1994 (Vol 333)57(2)
Juvenile delinquents. The EconomistNov. 12, 1994 (Vol 333)75(1)
POost Office sell-off fiasco leaves hole in Tory programme. New Statesman & SocietyNov. 11, (Vol 7)8(1)
State sale: The Post Office. The EconomistNov. 5, 1994 (Vol 333)56(1)
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