reprivatization


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reprivatization

(ˌriːpraɪvətaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

reprivatisation

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the action or process of reprivatizing, or an instance thereof
Translations

reprivatization

n (Econ) → Reprivatisierung f
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She writes from a concern that the retreat has left feminism not only defanged in the struggle against neoliberalism, but also (unwittingly) culpable in furthering its agenda of economic liberalization through reprivatization --which, she argues, promotes and sustains the absorption of the private realm into the public.
Additionally, the table excludes thirty-seven transactions where the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation took over management and generally provided assistance and one reprivatization transaction.
buyout firm Apollo Management International LLP in the reprivatization bid for 80% of the share capital and voting rights of three of Caixa's insurance companies: Fidelidade Companhia de Seguros, S.
The analyst ran through the various pathways to reprivatization and explained why in each case, he believes it is unlikely.
As a result, calls for nationalization or reprivatization increased in former socialist countries such as Russia and Ukraine (Denisova et al.
However, in Aoteoroa New Zealand, the reprivatization of social welfare currently operates through a recognition of the cultural specificity--and the caring resources--of whanau, or Maori extended families.
They got back the land during the reprivatization process, according to the properties they (or their forefathers) had before collectivization, or to the amount they were entitle to get due to their former employment in the socialist farms (14).
For Russian politicians, reprivatization is a great political temptation.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of MGM and Reprivatization of Bank of Ireland.
2001) "Repatriating" Low Wage Work: The Political Economy of Prison Labour Reprivatization in the Post-Industrial United States.
Postfeminist narratives have contributed to this and the reprivatization and individualization of violence against women allows for "men to slip from the picture" (Boyle 184).
Demobilization (after the social dislocations of fascism, total war, population displacements and occupation) and stabilization of society (Moeller 1989: 137) were the most pressing tasks, reprivatization of the family, state protection of it as an institution (Wuermeling 1963) but high expectations in its social and ethical functions were among the principal means of meeting this challenge.