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Balance of Payments of the Kyrgyz Republic: Current Status
This lecture will examine the theoretical basis of building international accounts and the balance of payments of the Kyrgyz Republic. The lecture will also include an overview of the current status of the balance of payments of the Kyrgyz Republic based on data on the first half of 2013. Features of the country's balance of payments statistics will be described, as well as the problem of "errors and omissions".
Trade and Economic Relations Between Ukraine and Countries of Central Asia: State and Opportunities For Development
With increased globalisation, establishing mutually beneficial foreign trade relations is an important prerequisite to ensure robust economic growth and the utilisation of competitive advantages of national economic systems. This is particularly true in countries where product markets are complementary.
The Institutional Framework of Government Economic Policy Coordination in the Kyrgyz Republic: Reality and Future
Government economic policy determines the development of the national economy and the country in general. The government also defines the structure and mechanisms for the implementation of economic policy. This lecture will review the impact of recent political events and the adoption of the new Constitution on the institutional framework for the development, approval and implementation of economic policy in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Political Developments and Education in Afghanistan, 2002-2013: Challenges, Opportunities and Expectations
This lecture will describe an analysis of 11 years of international engagements in Afghanistan, with a particular focus on the reconstruction and redevelopment of education. The key purpose of this presentation is to analyse the achievements, challenges and expectations in the field of education over the past 11 years.
Remittances and the Human Capital of Children: New Evidence from Kyrgyzstan during the Revolution and Financial Crisis, 2005–2009
This lecture will describe the effect of the receipt of remittances on the education and health of children in Kyrgyzstan during a volatile period of their recent history, 2005–2009. The country experienced revolution in 2005 and the global financial crisis beginning in 2008.
Rule of Law and Administrative Justice
His presentation explores the questions: What is Rule of Law? How to monitor the legal development? How to guarantee good administration and administrative justice? A symbolic functional model of the rule of law is like “a house built on solid ground”.
Sedentary Nomads? Pastoralism, Nomadism, Settlement and Tribalism among the Kyrgyz of High Asia
This lecture will describe the findings of research conducted on Kyrgyz settlements in the early and intermediate Soviet years. It will emphasize the 1916 rebellion and early Slavic colonisation of Kyrgyz lands as catalysts of social and political change and settlement, prior to the Stalinist economic programme of 1929-30.
Access to Education by Ethnic Minorities in the Republic of Tajikistan
This lecture will describe the findings of a study on the education of ethnic minorities in the Republic of Tajikistan. Conducted from March to June 2013 by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the study was designed to develop measures to support the implementation of Government of Tajikistan recommendations of international human rights mechanisms. The study was conducted as part of the European Union Protection of Human Rights for Stability in Central Asia project.
Kasha and Quality in Kyrgyzstan: Donors, Diversity, and Dis-Integration in Higher Education
Kyrgyzstan’s relative openness to a diversity of ideas, combined with its poverty, has caused it to accept a plethora of international academic institutions and programs, often exported by the sender rather than imported at Kyrgyzstan’s request. These programs and institutions suggest a variety of visions of Kyrgyzstan’s future and of the political and religious identities of its citizens.
Designing Institutions in a Post-socialist Transformation Process: Local Institutions in Regularising the Management of Pasture Resources in Kyrgyzstan
After the breakup of the Soviet Union, Kyrgyzstan faced a challenging transition from a state- managed to a market economy. Within the framework of agrarian reforms, agricultural land and livestock were redistributed, but state ownership was retained for forest, pasture and water resources. Rapid reforms created a temporary institutional vacuum, which stimulated the process of refilling by informal and newly created, decentralized, formal institutions.