In 2012 the country’s leadership announced a vision that Kazakhstan would join the top 30 developed countries by 2050. This article reports on a study that assessed this vision and its feasibility; explored the current conditions in Kazakhstan, the international outlook, and the lessons from comparator countries; carried out in-depth analysis in seven priority areas, resulting in a set of short, medium, and long-term recommendations and an assessment of key challenges and trade-offs; and explored cross-cutting principles to guide policy making. The article closes with an assessment of challenges that faced the study team in its work
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- Harpaul Alberto Kohli & Y. Aaron Szyf & Drew Arnold, 2012.
"Construction and Analysis of a Global GDP Growth Model for 185 Countries through 2050,"
Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies,
Emerging Markets Forum, vol. 4(2), pages 91-153, May.
- Harpaul Alberto Kohli & Y. Aaron Szyf & Drew Arnold, 2012. "Construction and Analysis of a Global GDP Growth Model for 185 Countries through 2050," Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, Emerging Markets Forum, vol. 4(2), pages 91-153, May.
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