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Central asian economies in the twenty-first century.

Author: RICHARD POMFRET
Publisher: [place of publication not identified] : Princeton univ press, 2019.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: RICHARD POMFRET
ISBN: 0691182213 9780691182216
OCLC Number: 1089927833
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I THE BACKGROUND --
1.Introduction: Reconnecting Central Asia as the Crossroads of Eurasia --
1.1.Nation Building and Challenges of Transition from Central Planning --
1.2.Outline of the Book --
2.Creating Market-Based Economies --
2.1.Initial Conditions and Choice of Economic Policies --
2.2.Economic Performance in the Decade after Independence --
2.3.Distributional Consequences of Transition --
2.4.The Situation in the Early 2000s --
2.5.The Twenty-First Century --
3.The Role of Natural Resources --
3.1.Is Natural Resource Abundance a Curse? --
3.2.Oil and Natural Gas --
3.3.Minerals --
3.4.Agriculture and Pastoralism --
3.5.Cotton --
3.6.Hydroelectricity --
3.7.Conclusions --
pt. II THE NATIONAL ECONOMIES --
4.Kazakhstan --
4.1.The Dismal 1990s --
4.2.The Boom Years, 1999 --
2007 --
4.3.Agriculture --
4.4.The Social Sectors --
4.5.The 2007 --
8 Banking Crisis, Resource Nationalism, and Samruk-Kazyna --
4.6.Kazakhstan 2050 --
4.7.Conclusions --
Note continued: 5.Uzbekistan --
5.7.The Uzbek Paradox, 1991-96 --
5.2.The Reintroduction of Exchange Controls, 1996 --
2003 --
5.3.Economic Reform and Social Unrest --
5.4.Responding to Crisis and Facing New Challenges in 2014 --
16 --
5.5.The Karimov Era in Retrospect --
5.6.Prospects for the Mirziyoyev Era --
6.Turkmenistan --
6.1.The Turkmenistan Economic Model --
6.2.External Relations --
6.3.Economic Performance, 1991-2006 --
6.4.Natural Gas: Part One --
6.5.From Turkmenbashi to Berdymuhamedov --
6.6.Natural Gas: Part Two --
6.7.Conclusions --
7.The Kyrgyz Republic --
7.1.Creating a Market Economy --
7.2.Economic Development --
7.3.Kumtor --
7.4.Transit Center Manas --
7.5.Retail Trade and Value Chains --
7.6.Migration and Remittances --
7.7.Economic and Political Developments in 2010 and After --
7.8.Conclusions --
8.Tajikistan --
8.1.Civil War and Its Aftermath --
8.2.The Economy in the Twenty-First Century --
8.3.Narcotics and Governance --
8.4.Conclusions --
Note continued: pt. III THE EXTERNAL CONTEXT --
9.Regional Problems and Opportunities --
9.1.The Central Asian Countries' Trade Patterns and Policies --
9.2.Regionalism --
9.3.Why Are the Costs of International Trade So High in Central Asia? --
9.4.Water Disputes, Border Clashes, and Security --
9.5.Conclusions --
10.Central Asia in the Wider World --
10.1.Pipeline Politics --
10.2.Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union --
10.3.China and Central Asia --
10.4.The Rise and Fall of US Interest in Central Asia --
10.5.The EU Looks East --
10.6.Economic Relations with Other Countries --
10.7.Private Foreign Direct Investment --
10.8.Mobile Phone Services --
10.9.Conclusions and Prospects for the Future --
11.Central Asia at the Center of Eurasia: Forging a New Silk Road --
11.1.Landlocked or Land-Linked? --
11.2.Responding to SDGs and COP21 --
11.3.Is a Window of Opportunity Opening? --
11.4.At the Center of Eurasia.

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