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|Title:||Privatisation of Zimbabwean State Owned Enterprises as a means of improving efficiency: A case study of the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ).|
|Keywords:||State Owned Enterprises|
efficiency of NRZ
|Publisher:||Lupane State University|
|Abstract:||This study is designed to assess the efficiency of NRZ, and identify how privatizing the SOE may help improve its efficiency levels. The parameters examined to measure the efficiency levels of NRZ were profitability, operating efficiency, staff costs to total revenue, capital investment, leverage and government expenditure and dividend payouts. The study measured the change in the performance of the parameters by comparing them over a period of 5 years. There was convincing evidence that suggested that NRZ’s efficiency levels have been low,and that joint ventures with private partners, or sale of share to the public, may help improve the efficiency levels of the SOE.|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Accounting and Finance|
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