Advisory Board launches Vision 2030 Project

17.02.2014

Advisory Board launches Vision 2030 Project

Today, on February 17, an Advisory Board meeting within the Uzbekistan Long-Term Development Strategy Project (Vision-2030) will be held at CER premises with representatives of the working team from the Ministry of Economy, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Institute of Forecasting and Macroeconomic Research (IFMR) under the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan.

During the First advisory meeting the project work plan, collaboration framework and other organizational issues will be discussed. During the next five days (from February 17 to 21), eight concept notes of the Policy papers, to be prepared by the Center for Economic Research and the Institute of Forecasting and Macroeconomic Research within the Vision-2030 Initiative, will be discussed on the following topics:

  1. Public and private sector roles in the supply of transport infrastructure and services in Uzbekistan and Central Asia: how transport can facilitate structural transformation (CER)
  2. Formation of enabling competitive environment as a key factor to increase effectiveness of the economic performance and accelerating structural reforms (CER)
  3. Energy and Environment: Shifting to Resource Efficient Growth Model (CER)
  4. Human Resource Policies for Higher Productivity (CER)
  5. Impact of quality factors on long-term development: methodology and its practical implementation within the Vision-2030 process (IFMR)
  6. Increasing competitiveness of the Uzbekistan economy through improved approaches to structural transformation of the real sector in the long-term (IFMR)
  7. Spatial aspects for the increasing industrial capacities of regions (IFMR)
  8. Improving the level of financial mediation through the Uzbekistan’s long-term development prospect: development model and structure (IFMR)

Today the Concept note of the “Public and private sector roles in the supply of transport infrastructure and services in Uzbekistan and Central Asia: how transport can facilitate structural transformation” will be presented by CER and discussed among the participants of the working group and experts.