• Finance and Development

    CER initiates comprehensive studies on the subjects of current economic importance for the Republic of Uzbekistan and the world economy in terms of macroeconomic, financial and economic development...

  • Governance and Development

    CER provides necessary assistance and advice for promotion of institutional reforms in Uzbekistan for further modernization of state, economy and society...

  • Social Policy

    The Center provides assistance in the development of social environment and enhancement of social conditions in Uzbekistan...

  • Information Policy

    In an effort to serve as a platform for an interactive dialogue between government, international and business community, Center designs and implements various tools that facilitate a productive communication...

  • Macroeconomic Modeling and Statistics

    CER utilizes innovative macroeconomic forecasting and analysis methods in order to provide the best policy advice...

  • Trade and Industrial Policy

    Experts at CER utilize innovative research methods and prepare analytical documents to investigate the latest policy trends in international trade and industrial development, and provide sound recommendations...

Hot topics

09.12.2016
Pressing questions on further development of approaches for entrepreneurial rights protection.

Pressing questions on further development of approaches for entrepreneurial rights protection.

A round table was held on further development of approaches on entrepreneurs’ rights protection. Following delivered reports, participants discussed issues of the partial implementation of the system for reviewing legislation and further improvement of the legislative process in support of entrepreneurs.

27.11.2016
Transport and transit corridors in ensuring international cooperation for sustainable development

Transport and transit corridors in ensuring international cooperation for sustainable development

On 26-27 November 2016, Ashgabat hosted the Global Conference on the Sustainable Development of transport.The main objective of the Conference is to discuss specific areas of international partnership on stable and sustainable transportation systems, as an integral and vividly important element of the Sustainable Development Agenda.

10.11.2016
A step forward in strengthening Uzbekistan’s readiness for accessing climate finance from the Green Climate Fund

A step forward in strengthening Uzbekistan’s readiness for accessing climate finance from the Green Climate Fund

The financial needs for Uzbekistan to effectively mitigate and adapt to climate change are significant. With the operationalization of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), emerging programmes which support readiness activities to access its funds and of the recently adopted international climate agreement, this is a unique and timely opportunity for Uzbekistan to develop its institutional architecture for the effective, efficient, and sustainable management of climate finance.

04.11.2016
Improving trade regime as a factor in improving the competitiveness of the economy of Uzbekistan

Improving trade regime as a factor in improving the competitiveness of the economy of Uzbekistan

Foreign trade plays an important role in the industrialization of the economy, strengthening the economic potential of the private sector, creating new jobs and raising incomes. At the current stage of development of the Uzbek expansion of the size of the internal and external markets becomes an important factor in increasing the competitiveness of its economy.

Latest research

  • Development of customized goals, targets and indicators on education SDGs

    Development of customized goals, targets and indicators on education SDGs

    The global goal of sustainable development (SDGs) №4 was defined as "Ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting learning opportunities throughout life for all". Realization of this goal will ensure that all children receive free primary and secondary education in 2030.

  • Increasing the production and export potential of the fruit and vegetable sector: challenges and prospects

    Increasing the production and export potential of the fruit and vegetable sector: challenges and prospects

    Uzbekistan has the highest agricultural resource potential and produces more than 15 million tons of fruits and vegetables per year. High quality of Uzbek fruits and vegetables is well known: for example, the sugar content of Uzbek grape varieties reaches 30%, and dry matter content in tomatoes is than 5.5%, which is significantly  higher than many manufacturers of similar products. The produced amounts of fruits and vegetables allow to meet not only the needs of the population, but also to deliver high quality products to foreign markets.

  • Improving energy efficiency is an important factor of the economy competitiveness in Uzbekistan

    Improving energy efficiency is an important factor of the economy competitiveness in Uzbekistan

    In order to achieve long-term economic growth, without putting the future generations to significant risks and deficit, it is necessary to radically transform the ways of use of energy resources in the country through a rapid transition to energy-efficient growth model.

  • Main directions of modernization and diversification of production in chemical industry

    Main directions of modernization and diversification of production in chemical industry

    The key problem is that the current model of development of chemical industry of Uzbekistan does not allow to implement large-scale transformations in order the indestry could respond adequately to the changing requirements of domestic and foreign markets and could be involved as one of the most effective drivers of processes of industrialization and structural reforms.

Latest News

05.12.2016
CER held meetings with international observers of elections of the President of Uzbekistan

CER held meetings with international observers of elections of the President of Uzbekistan

Director of the CER met with Vice-Rector of the Baltic International Academy, Inna Stetsenko, who visited Uzbekistan as an international observer of the elections of the President of Uzbekistan.

05.12.2016
CER held meetings with international observers of elections of the President of Uzbekistan

CER held meetings with international observers of elections of the President of Uzbekistan

Director of the CER met with director of the Economics Institute of Latvian Academy of Sciences, Nina Linde, who visited Uzbekistan as an international observer of the elections of the President of Uzbekistan.

28.11.2016
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) organizes 2 expert group meetings in Bangkok.

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) organizes 2 expert group meetings in Bangkok.

The first expert group meeting is on the Regional implementation of the Vienna declaration and programme of action for landlocked developing countries. The second one is on Macroeconomic prospects, policy challenges and sustainable development in Asia and the Pacific. Director of CER takes participation in both of the expert group meetings.

16.11.2016
Institute for Forecasting and Macroeconomic Research conducted VIII Forum of economists in Uzbekistan

Institute for Forecasting and Macroeconomic Research conducted VIII Forum of economists in Uzbekistan

IFMR held another forum of economists on "Improvement of measures and mechanisms to strengthen macroeconomic stability, sustainable development and competitiveness of the national economy".