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  • Improving Municipal Governance and Urban Infrastructure in Uzbekistan: Problems and the Search for New Mechanisms and Tools (2011/17)

Improving Municipal Governance and Urban Infrastructure in Uzbekistan: Problems and the Search for New Mechanisms and Tools (2011/17)

Improving Municipal Governance and Urban Infrastructure in Uzbekistan: Problems and the Search for New Mechanisms and Tools (2011/17)

Publication year: 2011

Type: One-pager

Keywords: Governance, municipal governance, infrastructure, Management

Problems related to the management of urban infrastructure in Uzbekistan have become more pressing because of the high rate of urbanization and industrialization. For example, as of July 1, 2011, 14,650,000 people, or 51.4 percent of the republic’s population, were permanent residents in towns and urban-type settlements. The population of Uzbekistan is projected to be 33,400,000 in 2025. If the current ratio does not fluctuate significantly, in 2024 the urban population will be 17,170,000 . If one takes into account, however, the ambitious programs for industrialization and modernization, the urban population percentage will increase.

Improvement of the management system and accelerated development of the urban infrastructure are an integral part of the overall strategy for modernization of the economy of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Recent Publications:

  • Almanac of Uzbekistan 2017

    Almanac of Uzbekistan 2017

    The Center for Economic Research presents a new issue of the annual statistical compilation "Almanac of Uzbekistan 2017", which reveals the dynamics of the country's development in key regions and sectors.

  • Preschool education as a factor of human development

    Preschool education as a factor of human development

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    Main areas for improvement of antimonopoly policy in terms of deepening of economic reforms

    The creation of a competitive environment is an essential condition for the development and deepening of market relations. Competition not only contributes to the efficient functioning of the market, but is also a natural regulator of various disproportions arising from economic activities. 

Popular publications:

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    Information-analytical review “Economy of Uzbekistan”

    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.

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    Almanac of Uzbekistan 2008

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