5 edition of Central Asia and the New Global Economy found in the catalog.
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East Asia and the Global Economy introduces a theory of "new historical materialism" that explains the success of Japan and other world industrial powers. Here, the authors assert that the pattern of Japan’s ascent is essential for understanding China’s recent path of economic growth and dominance and anticipating what the future may hold. The EU may not be a major security actor in Central Asia, but its importance as an economic partner is universally acknowledged. While energy relations were a key driver of cooperation in the early days of independence, the emergence of Central Asia as a corridor for land-based trade between Europe and Asia is in the process of overtaking.
This book is the first general introduction to the economies of central Asia, specifically the recently independent countries of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan. Richard Pomfret provides a historical and structural analysis of this area of the former Soviet Union, with an emphasis on their economic situation. Central Asia in World History (New Oxford World History) – Peter B. Golden, , p A vast region stretching roughly from the Volga River to Manchuria and the northern Chinese borderlands, Central Asia has been called the "pivot of history," a land where nomadic invaders andFile Size: KB.
The chapters explore the history of globalization in each region of the world, from Africa and the Middle East to Asia, Europe, and the Americas, and cover key issues in today's global era, such as: • Challenges of the global economy • Fading of the nation-state • Emerging nationalisms and transnational ideologies • Hidden economies of. Of the five Central Asian countries, Uzbekistan, with a population of million, is the most populous Central Asian country. Over the past decade, Central Asia has emerged as a vital region in the global energy market as the world’s economic center has shifted eastward.
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The economic perspectives of this book's essays see globalization as consisting of capital investment, FDI, oil politics, manipulation of resources into exports, and macroeconomic stimulation. Hence, it is a lot of 'old economy' mentalities that appear new because of the relatively new autonomy of Central Asian 3/5(1).
Central Asia and the New Global Economy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Central Asia's new states have been buffeted by fi Ratings: 0. Central Asia and the New Global Economy: Critical Problems, Critical Choices book.
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DOI link for Central Asia and the New Global Economy: Critical Problems, Critical Choices. Central Asia and the New Global Economy: Critical Problems, Critical Choices Central Asia and the New Global Economy book. His new book, The Central Asian Economies in the Twenty-First Century: Paving a New Silk Road, is very timely given the increased interest by policymakers, investors, and scholars in the region since the transition of power in Uzbekistan in following the death of the country’s long-serving president.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm: Contents: Economic crisis and growing intraregional tensions / Boris Rumer --The economic development of Central Asia in the s / Stanislav Zhukov --Basic problems of market transition in Central Asia / Eskender Trushin and Eshref Trushin --Adapting to globalization / Stanislav.
The volume represents a collection of papers that examine important topical themes related to the rise of China and Asia in the global economy. It offers many useful insights on several issues that are hotly debated in the international community, especially in the aftermath of the recent global financial : Hardcover.
“This timely and highly important book deals with the economic situations of the five Central Asian countries during the twenty-first century. With coherent and robust analysis, Pomfret tackles the types of economic systems adopted by the new independent states, their consequences, and the challenges of development for resource-rich countries.
a New Partnership with Central Asia. In its initial stages the EU focused on developing new forums for dialogue with the Central Asian countries, and received some criticism for inadequate substantive actions. This Policy Brief argues that the current global economic crisis does not.
Probably the most popular book on Central Asia, and rightly so, this is the ultimate Great Game book. Reads like a spy novel, only that it actually all happened.
A similar, equally gripping book by the same author is Setting the East Ablaze, about the Bolsheviks plot to bring communism to India through Central Asia. The author is British, so keep in mind there is a very British bias. Title: Central Asia and the New Global Economy Author Name: Boris Rumer Categories: India, Politics, Publisher: Delhi, India, Aakar Books: ISBN: ISBN Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New Jacket Condition: New Seller ID: Keywords: Central Asia and the New Global Economy Boris Rumer.
Title: Central Asia and the New Global Economy Author: Boris Rumer ISBN: / Format: Hard Cover Publisher: Aakar Books Year: Availability: In Stock.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xiii, pages): map, charts: Contents: Economic crisis and growing intraregional tensions / Boris Rumer --The economic development of Central Asia in the s / Stanislav Zhukov --Basic problems of market transition in Central Asia / Eskender Trushin and Eshref Trushin --Adapting to globalization.
The rise of Asia, and China specifically, is the single most important force reshaping the world economy at the beginning of the 21st century. From a low of 20% inAsia's share of global GDP has now risen to 33% and will exceed 40% within a generation if current forecasts are realized.
Asia's growing weight in the world economy is elevating it to a central position in global economic and.
and economic reforms in Uzbekistan have had an impact on the rest of central Asia, boosting regional cooperation, cross-border trade, and greater connectivity.
Global political dynamics and the growing economic influence of China in this part of the world have also stimulated interest in Pomfret’s book. The 9/11 attacks, the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, and the oil boom of recent years have greatly increased the strategic importance of resource-rich Central Asia, making an understanding of its economic — and therefore political — prospects more important than ever.
In The Central Asian Economies Since Independence, Richard Pomfret provides a concise and up-to-date analysis of the. The contributors are renowned experts from academic institutions, central banks, and international organizations.
Their analyses and points of view offer valuable insights for researchers and policymakers who are interested in the recent developments in China, Asia, and the global economy.
This chapter argues that Central Asia’s post-Soviet economic liberalization and integration into the global economy remains selective and incomplete, especially when compared to its post-Communist peers. Patrimonial structures, informal economic practices, and authoritarian regime survival are enduring domestic practices that also drive foreign economic policy, while elite rent-seeking Cited by: 2.
Under this new way of organizing the economy, advances in technology and specialization in products and tasks raised the amount that could be produced in a day’s work.
This process, which we call the capitalist revolution, has been accompanied by growing threats to our natural environment, and by unprecedented global economic inequalities. This book is the first general introduction to the economies of central Asia, specifically the recently independent countries of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan.
Richard Pomfret provides a historical and structural analysis of this area of the former Soviet Union, with an emphasis on their economic situation Cited by:. Baten, J. and Blum, M. (), ‘ Growing Tall but Unequal: New Findings and New Background Evidence on Anthropometric Welfare in Countries, – ’, Economic History of .Road Initiative and its impact on Central Asia.
Selected from over proposals, the papers brought together here o"er a complex and nuanced analy- sis of China’s New Silk Road project: its aims, the challenges facing it, and its reception in Central Asia.Almaty, November 1, — Economies in Central Asia continued improving their business climate, to create jobs and spur growth, according to the 15 th anniversary edition of the World Bank Group’s annual Doing Business Reforming to Create Jobs report, released on October 31 st, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan implemented a total of 11 reforms across.