The Industrial policy of the Republic of Uzbekistan: Criteria for Selecting Priority Sectors and Products
Publication year: 2011
Type: Policy Brief
Keywords: Modernization, Industrual policy, Product Space
The decisive factor in the structural transformation of the economy is a build-up of capacity for the production of technologically sophisticated, high- value- added products.
The results of the analysis of the target parameters of sector programs based on the “Product Space” demonstrated the high practical value of this methodology. The application of this method to develop sectoral pro-grams can be expected to help identify the promising paths of structural transformation and thereby optimize indus-trial policy to make the Uzbekistan economy more competitive.
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The quality of any community, be it a large city, mid-size town or small settlement – that is, the way its architecture infrastruc¬ture, system of governance and other key elements are organized – indicates how successful its development has been.
The Government of Uzbekistan provides a wide range of fiscal (tax and custom duties) incentives for modernization, technical and technological re-equipment of production.
Urbanization and Industrialization in Central Asia: Looking for solutions to key development problems
Central Asia is a dynamically growing region, but it faces a host of long-term challenges. Practicing the “concentration model” of urbanization, under which population and economic growth are centered in big cities, as the region becomes increasingly cognizant of the need to shift from an agrarian to an industrial-agrarian type of economy, Central Asian countries are having trouble handling the massive influx of people from underdeveloped areas. This economic transition requires better management of urbanization and industrialization processes.
The product combines several thematic sections, i.e. macroeconomic indicators, financial sector, foreign economic activity, private sector development and market transformation, sectors and branches of economy (industry, agriculture, consumer goods market, trade and services), regions, incomes and expenses of the population.
Center for Economic Research proudly presents a new product entitled “Almanac of Uzbekistan 2008”. The product offers a review of Uzbekistan’s development dynamics illustrated by diagrams, graphs and tables, and providing a comprehensive analysis of current achievements and development trends. The almanac uses both official and administrative statistical data.
E-Government Implementation and Administrative Reform in Uzbekistan - Interrelations and Interference (2004/06)
The main goal of the research paper lies in definition of the main directions of e-government implementation in Uzbekistan through interrelations with administrative reform.