AKHP Online Public Lecture: Kyrgyz Model of Economic Development
October 30th 2020, 3:00 pm (Kyrgyzstan time, GMT+6)
Online Public Lecture
The Aga Khan Humanities Project of the University of Central Asia (AKHP / UCA) is pleased to announce that since March 2019 it has been conducting a series of public lectures by leading scholars, public figures and experts from Kyrgyzstan. The cycle of open lectures on the thematic block: "Interdisciplinary discourse in the context of humanitarian and natural science research" is to strengthen the professional development of teachers of universities of the Kyrgyz Republic; create an open platform for discussing current challenges of our time; open new ideas and develop a dialogue between scientists, the intellectual environment, teachers and students.
Arman Mederovich Akhunbaev
Doctor of Economics
Pierre Mendès-France University (Grenoble, France)
Kyrgyzstan gained independence almost 30 years ago, yet multiple key indicators of its socio-economic development suggest that the country’s development model is not efficient and fails to meet contemporary challenges. The national economy is marked by low per capita income, significant labour migration, high level of poverty and social inequality, decreasing human capital, underdeveloped financial system, high foreign liabilities, a low proportion of high-productive industries, poor exporting capacity, etc. The lecturer will try to describe the causes of the inefficiencies of the Kyrgyz model by investigating the complex interplay between economics, politics, and law.
In 1995, Arman Mederovich Akhunbaev graduated from School #6 in Bishkek and entered the Kyrgyz-European Faculty of J. Balasagyn Kyrgyz National University. Later, he transferred to Pierre Mendès-France University (Grenoble, France). In 1998, he got his bachelor’s degree, and in 2009 successfully defended his thesis on “Monetary Policy in the Post-Soviet Economies: Case of the Kyrgyz Republic” and got a PhD.
Department of Journalism, I. Arabaev Kyrgyz State University
Candidate of Economic Sciences, Assistant Professor
J. Balasagyn Kyrgyz National University
The lecture will be delivered in Russian.
This lecture will be conducted online via Zoom video conferencing on October 30th at 3:00 pm (GMT+6, Kyrgyzstan time) at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81862277819?pwd=ZUxMRWZqNkticUpIcTV0WU5FcUhqUT09.
Meeting ID: 818 6227 7819
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.