Government-business relations in post-Soviet space: The case of Central Asia
AbstractThe aim of the paper is to understand how the structure of government-business relations influences the quality of institutions and economic development in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The paper identifies the key elements of the business community engaged in negotiations with the state, explores the consistency of formal and informal institutions and the balance of power between the state and the business and analyzes how these particular power relations and inconsistencies influence the economic development via both designing formal institutions and affecting strategies of private and public actors.
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Date of creation: 2008
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Government-business relations; Central Asia; consistency of institutions;
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