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Aziz Karimov, Miguel Niño-Zarazúa - Bonn University Press at V&R unipress , 2014 - Göttingen, Germany

Increased technical and scale efficiency in the production of wheat has been of major interest for farmers and administrators alike in Uzbekistan particularly since wheat became a strategic crop to achieve the goal of food self-sufficiency soon after the country’s independence in 1991. A...

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Kathryn H. Anderson, Richard Pomfret - UNU-WIDER, 2004 - Helsinki, Finland

This paper focuses on inequality in living standards across oblasts and regions within Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Regional inequality is an important area of research and policy development. Inequality in income and consumption are logical outcomes in...

Vladimir Mikhalev - Palgrave Macmillan, 2003 - Basingstoke, UK

Social structures undergo transformation with the transition to a market economy. This collection examines the role of inequality in the formation of economic elites and middle classes, as well as in the rise of poverty in transitional societies. Based on comparative analysis of social...

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– Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
Richard M. Auty - UNU-WIDER, 1999 - Helsinki, Finland

The IMF model of the economic transition stresses the role of macro policy reform. It concludes that rapid reform to a market economy is preferable to slow reform because late reformers experience very steep transition recessions and severe contractions in government revenues. However, the...

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– Welfare Impact of Slow Transition
Richard Pomfret, Kathryn H. Anderson - UNU-WIDER, 1997 - Helsinki, Finland

Uzbekistan is typically seen as one of the slowest reformers among the countries in transition from central planning to a market-oriented economy. This paper evaluates the welfare impact of gradual transition in Uzbekistan, asking whether it has avoided the short-term disruption associated with...

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Simon Johnson, Bakhtior Islamov - UNU-WIDER, 1991 - Helsinki, Finland

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