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|Title:||Consequences of creating a market economy - evidence from household surveys in central Asia|
|Publisher:||Edward Elgar Publishing Limited|
|Publisher Place:||Glensanda House, Montpellier Pde, Cheltenham Glos GL50 1UA|
|Contents:||1. Introduction -- 2. The Central Asian economies before and after independence -- 3. Economic performance since independence: output, distribution, and poverty -- 4. Living standards in the Kyrgyz Republic -- 5. Cross-country comparisons of the determinants of living standards -- 6. Women in the labour market in the Kyrgyz Republic, 1993 and 1997 -- 7. Household non-farm business formation in the Kyrgyz Republic, 1993-97 -- 8. Conclusions -- App. the LSMS data.|
|Keywords:||Cost and standard of living; Asia, Central; Kyrgyzstan; Household surveys; Economic conditions|
|Appears in Collections:||Economics publications|
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