Central Asia Policy Brief No. 14, December 2013
By Richard Weitz
Kazakhstan-2050 strategy affirms the goal of making Kazakhstan, ranked as the world’s 51st most competitive country in 2012, among the 30 most advanced countries by 2050.
Kazakhstan’s long-range planning reflects a conscious sense of political transition to a post-independence successor generation.
Despite past efforts at diversification beyond the export of oil and gas, most non-resource sectors of the economy continue to suffer from low productivity and competitiveness.
Kazakhstan’s membership in an enlarging Eurasian Economic Union largely under Moscow’s control may affect its economic well-being and autonomy.
- Do Remittances Cause Dutch Disease in Resource Poor Countries of Central Asia?
- Remarks on the Eurasian Economic Union
- Turkmenistan’s Export Crisis: Is TAPI the Answer?
- Somoni Devaluation: An assessment of measures taken by the National Bank of Tajikistan
- Kazakhstan’s ‘Resource Nationalism’: Its Sources and Motives