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Central Asia 2010 : prospects for human development.
New York : Regional Bureau for Europe & the CIS, c1999.
227 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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New York : Regional Bureau for Europe & the CIS, c1999.
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Reference & Research Book News, November 1999
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Table of Contents
Opening Address for the Conference, "Central Asia 2010."p. 3
Foreword/Acknowledgementsp. 4
Opening Session Photographsp. 6
Summaryp. 7
The Political and Economic Context
Initial Conditionsp. 14
Energy and the Future of Central Asiap. 22
Political and Social Stabilityp. 34
The Role of the State in Transitionp. 40
Public Spending Priorities and the Poor in Central Asiap. 48
Comparison of Development Strategiesp. 58
Poverty in Central Asiap. 66
Measures to Increase Incomes and Employment
The Second Stage of Agriculture Sector Reformp. 80
Agricultural reform - the case of Uzbekistanp. 84
Revival and Restructuring of Industry in Central Asiap. 96
Small and Medium Enterprise Developmentp. 110
Employment Generation in Kazakhstan - a case studyp. 124
Microfinance in Central Asiap. 132
The Revival of Credit Unions Under Conditions of Transitionp. 136
Social Investment and Equity
Health Care Reforms in Central Asiap. 144
Financing and Governance of Education in Central Asiap. 162
Pension Reform in Kazakhstan - a case studyp. 176
Uzbekistan's Mahalla System of Allocating Social Assistancep. 182
Impact of Restructuring on the Women of Central Asiap. 192
Public Works Schemes within Social Investment Fundsp. 200
Agenda of the Conference Summaryp. 205
Statistics of the Five Central Asian Countriesp. 217
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