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Distinguishing large-scale organisations

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    Kerielle M.
    US
    Kerielle M.

    PUBLIC SECTOR IS PART OF THE ECONOMY THAT IS COMTROLLED BY THE GOVERNMENT. PRIVATE SECTOR IS A PART OF A NATIONAL ECONOMY THAT IS NOT UNDER DIRECT CONTROL BY THE GOVERNMENT.

    Kerielle M.
    US
    Kerielle M.

    CLASSIFICATION RULE ; ORGANIZATION, EXHAUSTIVENESS ,EXCLUSIVITY

    Alan E.
    MT
    Alan E.

    There are many ways that large-scale organisations can be classified and a variety of forms which they may take. The main way of distinguishing between large-scale organisations is by the ownership of the entity and its principal form of operation. Hence, we are able to distinguish between government (public sector) and non-government (private sector) organisations or, put in another way, between publicly owned and privately owned organisations.

    Alan E.
    MT
    Alan E.

    what is the difference between the public sector and private sector?

    Chidinma N.
    NG
    Chidinma N.

    what does the term "private sector" mean?

    Otrib N.
    PH
    Otrib N.

    what are the difference of private and public sector?

    Sourindra M.
    IN
    Sourindra M.

    no question... the topic is understandable

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