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18 April 2013 - Launch of the UN Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific “Forward - looking Macroeconomic Policies for Inclusive and Sustainable Development”
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Ms. Shakhnoza Ayupova Ms. Shakhnoza Ayupova
Leading Research Officer
CER realizes the significant role of mass media in development processes. Media professionals are the messengers of reforms, while their contribution to raising public awareness on development issues and fostering public-private dialogue is hard to overestimate. To this end, sustaining mutually-beneficial cooperation with local and international media is one of the key priorities of the CER. Notably, the Center is highly interested in enhancing capacities of local media and offers training for media professionals in socio-economic disciplines.
CER is ready to share information on its advancements in the field of socio-economic research and work jointly on maintaining participatory dialogue on development issues with all interested parties.
The press offices of state bodies are designed to play an important role in political communications between the state and society regarding socio-economic development. A study conducted by the CER has shown that, despite decisions adopted back in 2006 to form a system of information departments at state bodies, information departments often remain institutionally weak, and the ministries and agencies themselves remain passive in the field of information.
The One-pager demonstrates the role of the information departments at the state bodies of Uzbekistan and their impact on the economic development of the country.
CER presents new issue of Almanac of Uzbekistan 2011 – a special edition devoted to the 20th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan.Almanac of Uzbekistan is a unique publication which includes valuable information on the dynamics of economic reforms, results of the reforms in particular sectors of economy and regions during the 20-year period. The publication intends to enhance the awareness of the readers, particularly the government officials, representatives of private sector, scholars and students, local and international investors about key directions and achievements in the socio-economic development of Uzbekistan since it had become independent.
Latest news releases
On April 18, 2013 the launch of the UN Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2013 of the UN ESCAP took place at the Center for Economic Research.
On March 29, 2013 there was held a media-briefing titled “Quality of human capital in Uzbekistan: employment and education” based on the key results of two research projects “Human Capital for Sustainable Growth and Development” and “Employment in Uzbekistan: challenges and prospects.”
The opportunities of conducting the joint researches were discussed with the mission of the Asian Development Bank
On February 15, 2013, a meeting with the mission of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) was held at CER premises. From February 14 until February 22, 2013, mission plans to visit a number of agencies in Uzbekistan to discuss the Proposed Assistance to Support Micro and Small Enterprises and Rural Development.
Guest lecture from the results of two reports: “State’s participation in governance: seeking the right balance” and “State’s role in the economy”
November 8 "Open Doors Day" at Center for Economic Research
Joint presentation by results of two reports: “State’s participation in governance: seeking the right balance” and “State’s role in the economy”