This work explains the economic declines of the post-Soviet Central Asian states (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan) from the 1990s, and the turn of these states toward despotism.
Foreign Direct Investment in Kazakhstan: Politico-Legal
Aspects of Post-Communist Transition, by E.K. Dosmukhamedov
The collapse of the centrally planned systems of the former Soviet Union undoubtedly stands out as one of the most important global events of the 20th century. The transformation from a centralized economic system to a market system created major opportunities for Western corporations to enter markets that had formerly been closed to them. In this book, E.K.Dosmukhamedov employs a distinctive approach to the study of post-communist transition by analyzing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from a political, legal and economic standpoint. Kazakhstan is used as a case study to illustrate the role of FDI in restructuring the economy of the former Soviet Union countries in the Post-Communist era.
Consequences of Creating a Market Economy: Evidence from Household Surveys in Central Asia, by Kathryn H. Anderson and Richard Pomfret
Russia and Kazakstan: Business Opportunities and Tourist Attractions, by Tatyana Goleneva
Doing Business in Kazakstan (1997), by Nigel Peters, Sally Cummings, and Adam Jolly
The Economics of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, by Michael Kaser
Doing Business in Uzbekistan, by Adam Jolly
Doing Business With Turkey, edited by Paul Cheeseright and Mehmet Oktemgil
Company Law in the Republic Uzbekistan, by William E. Butler
Labour Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan, by William E. Butler
Energy and Conflict in Central Asia and the Caucasus, edited by Robert E. Ebel and Rajan Menon
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