Negative effects of privatization on poverty and income gaps in the Fifth Program of Development
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Privatization as an effective and efficient process of economic growth and increasing efficiency in the present era has been welcomed by many policy makers in different countries of the world, and this process has also brought economic growth in the economic spheres in some cases. The present study examines the Fifth Development Plan materials and clauses in terms of some policies that encourage or facilitate privatization using the secondary analysis method. We believe that undesirable effects, such as income gap and poverty, are affected by incomplete or ineffective implementation - of privatization. Accordingly, following the implementation of privatization policies during the previous programs and consequences of these programs as well as during the implementation of the Fifth Development Plan, the gap between 2011 and 2013 has been incremental and there are geographical disparities in the distribution of facilities. Poverty alleviation during this period has not been satisfactory. Evaluating the effects and stemming the negative effects of privatization, which is the main objective of the present research, can prevent the occurrence of complications in future plans for development
Journal of Development Economics and Planning, Volume:6 Issue: 1, 2017
107 to 135  
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