IPPA Public Lecture: Fiscal Policy for Technological Development in Central Asia

Date: 15 February 2018
Other languages: Русский язык |
February 15th 2018, 4:00 pm
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Dr Roman Mogilevskii 
Associate Director and Senior Research Fellow
Institute of Public Policy and Administration, University of Central Asia

The countries of Central Asia are now entering into a new stage of their development when labor productivity becomes the main driving force of economic growth. Productivity growth is impossible without large-scale use of modern technologies – the area where all countries of the region have large untapped reserves. Fiscal policy seems to be one of the most powerful components of government economic policy capable to foster technological modernisation. The lecture will provide an overview of public finances (government budget revenue, expenditure and deficit) and analyze these governments’ fiscal policies and what these policies can do for technological development.

Dr Roman Mogilevskii, Associate Director and Senior Research Fellow at UCA's Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA) is a candidate of physical-mathematical sciences, and has extensive experience in research of public finance, trade policy, macroeconomics of the countries of Central Asia and Eastern Europe. He has also participated in the implementation of various research, advisory and training programs in Kyrgyzstan and across the Commonwealth of Independent States and has published numerous papers on economic policy issues.

University of Central Asia
138 Toktogul Street
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
2nd Floor Conference Room.

The presentation will be in Russian. English translation provided upon prior request.

Please RSVP to Zalina Enikeeva with your name and affiliation. Please indicate if you will require English translation.

* Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.
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