Back Matter

Back Matter

Author(s):
Oleh Havrylyshyn, and Donal McGettigan
Published Date:
August 2000
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    The Economic Issues Series

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    • Privatization in Transition Countries: Lessons of the First Decade. Oleh Havrylyshyn and Donal McGettigan. 1999.

    Oleh Havrylyshyn is Senior Advisor in the European II Department of the IMF and deals with transition country problems of both an operational and more general nature. Before joining the IMF, he was an academic working on international economics and development, then worked in the Ukrainian government in the early years of independence.

    Donal McGettigan is an Economist in the IMF Policy Development and Review Department and was educated at the University College Dublin. Prior to joining the IMF staff, he worked for the Central Bank of Ireland.

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