Center for Competitive Government: A Temple University program engaged in and promoting the study of important topics in privatization. Includes conferences, publications, and working papers. Formerly the Privatization Research Center.
Idea House: Privatization: Lists innovations, deterrents, possible candidates, and worldwide and domestic results. Published by National Center for Public Policy.
Privatization Center: Provides practical research and analysis, howto guides, case studies, and reports designed to inform elected officials on how to streamline government. A project of the Reason Public Policy Institute.
Privatization.Org: Resource for information on government reform, privatization, contracting out, and public/private partnerships. Includes events, features, publications, privatization database, and service provider directory. Sponsored by the Reason Public Policy Institute.
PrivatizationLink: Marketing and information resource for current investment opportunities arising from privatization in developing countries and economies in transition. Sponsored by The World Bank Group.
How and Why to Privatize Federal Lands: Policy analysis by Cato Institute describes failures of the government to provide good land stewardship, criteria for reform efforts, and a blueprint for auctioning off all public lands over 20 to 40 years (Cato Institute: December, 1999)
The Meaning of Privatization: Article by Paul Starr, a Princeton professor who generally opposes privatization, attempting to clarify its meaning as an idea, as theory and rhetoric, and as a political practice.
Privatization Today: Privatization is fueled by an unholy alliance of politicians, private companies, and publicity– conscious conservative think tanks. (AFSCME)