|Title||Consequences of creating a market economy: evidence from household surveys in Central Asia|
|Publisher||Edward Elgar Publishing|
This work uses household survey data from five Central Asian countries to analyse the important consequences of, and elements that constitute, the creation of a market economy. The countries studied - Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan - had taken minimal action towards creating a market economy before the dissolution of the USSR in late 1991. From similar initial conditions they have pursued different post-independence economic strategies, making them ideal candidates for comparative analysis.
|»||Kazakhstan - Living Standards Measurement Survey 1996|
|»||Kyrgyz Republic - Multipurpose Poverty Survey 1993|
|»||Kyrgyz Republic - Poverty Monitoring Survey 1997|
|»||Tajikistan - Living Standards Survey 1999|