Abraham (Abi) Moskovicz, PhD, University of Bolton (U. K.), M.B.A. Universidad de S. Chile (Chile), B.A. Tel Aviv University, Israel
This paper´s main purpose (based on author´s own experience) is to allow to the public organization’s agent to get a better understanding of how the private sector works. It seems crucial as the private sector is the state´s principal supplier, acting as its counterpart in an almost daily negotiation.
Since the article is destinated finally to state agents (seldom management experts), a colloquial language is vastly used, avoiding as much as possible any very tough academic definitions.
Keywords: state agent, private sector, negotiation.
JEL Classification: H, H39.
Cite as: Moskovicz, Ab. (Abi). (2018). Helping State Agent to understand the Private Sector. Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks, 2(1), 75-78.
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