The book undertakes a comparative study of Malaysian and Nigerian privatization policies. It offers a comprehensive examination of argument for and against the pursue of privatizing public assets by government. The book delves into various modalities adopted to implement privatization policy program in both countries. It equally examines the impact of the privatization policy in both countries focusing on how the privatized enterprises improve performance in terms of profitability, efficiency, the overall effects on the economy and welfare of the people. The book also discusses some crucial prerequisites that could facilitate successful privatization policy program which, to the belief of the author, are not only confined to the two countries under study. The author suggests some recommendations based on specific issues that would further enhance the privatization policy program in the future.