Cloth $45.00 ISBN: 9780615909752 Published January 2014
Paper $40.00 ISBN: 9781589661073 Published August 2011

Kazakhstan's New Economy

Post-Soviet, Central Asian Industries in a Global Era

Jay Nathan

Kazakhstan's New Economy
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Jay Nathan

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310 pages | 200 tables | 6 x 9 | © 2013
Cloth $45.00 ISBN: 9780615909752 Published January 2014
Paper $40.00 ISBN: 9781589661073 Published August 2011
Kazakhstan has faced severe economic challenges since it gained independence from the former Soviet Union in 1991. Kazakhstan’s New Economy explores how the country might shed the outdated business practices that continue to hamper its growth. Jay Nathan first provides a historical overview of the economy and then delves deeper into the strengths and weaknesses of nine major industries, including oil and gas, banking, telecommunications, and transportation. Nathan’s careful analysis and recommendations will provide valuable insight for anyone interested in Central Asia’s economic growth. 

“An excellent resource on major industries in Kazakhstan.”—Byrganym Aitimova, Minister of Education and Science, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Contents

Foreword

Preface

1.      How Kazakhstan’s Present Competes with Past Values

2.      Kazakhstan’s Oil Supply: Chain Management Challenges

3.      The Gas Industry: Infrastructural Challenges

4.      The Transportation Industry: Where Modernity and Mobility Benefit Kazakhstan

5.      The Retail Industry: Recent Development in Kazakhstan

6.      The Copper Industry: A Quasi-Privatization at Work in the Post-Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan

7.      The Construction Industry: Internationalization and Growth

8.      The Food Industry: The Old and the New Ways Coexist in Kazakhstan

9.      Telecommunication: Where Global Trends Dominate

Conclusion

Postscript

Reference

Index

Acknowledgements

About the Author

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