The privatization of the Division of Motor Vehicles: A case study of the State of New Jersey

by Creamer, Charles W., Ph.D., CAPELLA UNIVERSITY, 2008, 150 pages; 3341549


The topic that stirs great debate in the State of New Jersey is that concerning the privatization of state assets. This concern permeates across political lines attributable to its effect on major cross-sections of demographics involving both public and private sector labor unions to the highest levels of state and local governments. Unfortunately, most residents of New Jersey do not have any idea as to what this phenomenon is about or what potential impact it might have on their daily lives. This research analyzed and evaluated the decision-making model(s) utilized by former governor Christine Todd Whitman in privatizing the State of New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). It did not focus on the advantages and disadvantages of privatization.

AdviserJay Avella
Source TypeDissertation
SubjectsManagement; Public administration
Publication Number3341549

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