Idegen nyelvű könyvfejezetek önállóan

  • Privatization in Hungary: Debates, Developments and Risks
    In: Privatization in Europe, Ferdinando Targetti ed., Dartmouth, 1992. 209-222.
  • Spontaneous Privatization in Hungary: Preconditions and Real Issues
    In: Privatization in the Transition to a Market Economy, John Earl, Roman Frydman, Andrzej Rapaczynski eds., St.Martin's Press and Pinter Publishers 1993. 89-107.
  • Escaping from the State - Escaping to the State
    In: The Political Economy of the Transition Process in Eastern Europe, Laszló Somogyi ed., Edward Elgar, Aldershot, Brookfield 1993. 227-239.*
  • Centralization, re-nationalization, and redistribution: Government's role in changing Hungary's ownership structure
    In: Strategic Choice and Path-dependency in Post-socialism, Jerzy Hausner, Bob Jessop, Klaus Nielsen eds., Edward Elgar, Brookfield 1995. 287-308.
  • Privatization in Central Europe: Can it be Designed?
    In: Institutional Design in New Democracies, A. Lijphart, C.H. Waisman eds., Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, 1996. 177-194.
  • From Renationalization to Redistribution? The Effect of Renationalization on Privatization
    In: Privatization Critical Perspectives on the World Economy, George Yarrow, Piotr Jasinski eds., Routledge, London 1996. 131-144.
  • The Revival of Redistribution in Hungary
    In: Economic Institutions, Markets and Competition, Bruno Dallago, Luigi Mittone eds., Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, Brookfield 1996. 274-292.
  • Privatization as a "Learning Process": The Case of Hungary
    In: Successful Transitions, Political Factors of Progress in Post-socialist Countries, Jürgen Beyer, Jan Wielgohs, Helmut Wiesenthal eds., Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden-Baden 2001. 139-152.
  • Privatization in Hungary 1988-1998
    In: Transitional Societies in Comparison: East Central Europe vs. Taiwan, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 2001. 443-457.
  • Ownership and Corporate Governance in the Hungarian Large Enterprise Sector
    In: Corporate Governance in a Changing Economic and Political Environment: Trajectories of Institutional Change, Michal Federowicz, Ruth V. Aguilera eds., Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2003. 170-194.