Keeping up with revolutions: evolution of higher education in Uzbekistan
AbstractUzbekistan's higher education system has undergone some dramatic changes in the past century, evolving from largely traditional religious colleges to fully state-funded communist-atheist institutions. Since the end of the communist administration and subsequent market-oriented reforms, the institutions of higher education (IHE) in Uzbekistan have had to reinvent and reform themselves again, as the demand for different kind of education increased. This paper puts the current changes and trends in IHEs into an historical perspective and highlights some important effects of the market reforms on the educational scene.
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Volume (Year): 43 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (February)
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Education; Higher; Uzbekistan; Reforms; Transition;
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- Ghosh, Dipak & Majidov, Toshtemir & Ruziev, Kobil, 2009. "Keeping up with revolutions: evolution of higher education in Uzbekist an," Stirling Economics Discussion Papers 2009-03, University of Stirling, Division of Economics.
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