Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan : a tale of two transition paths? / by Asad Alam and Arup Banerji Alam, Asad

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Alam, Asad
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Capitalism - Uzbekistan.; Uzbekistan - Economic policy - 1991-; Capitalism - Kazakhstan.
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Despite a common parentage for most of the twentietch century, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan followed seemingly different paths in the transition to a market economy. Uzbekistan adopted a cautious gradual approach to market reform, while Kazakhstan followed a more aggresive strategy. But has Kazakhstan done better economically?
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