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Entwicklung des Lebensstandards im postsowjetischen Zentralasien während der Transformation


  • Albrecht, Jutta


Die vorliegende empirische Studie befasst sich mit dem biologischen Lebensstandard der Bevölkerung in vier zentralasiatischen Transformationsländern: Kasachstan, Kirgistan, Turkmenistan und Usbekistan. Zum einen wird die Entwicklung des biologischen Lebensstandards der Bevölkerung in der ersten Dekade des Transformationsprozesses analysiert. Als Indikatoren dienen dabei insbesondere Lebenserwartung und Ernährungsstatus. Zum anderen werden auf der Basis umfangreicher Primärdaten die Determinanten des biologischen Lebensstandards von Kindern untersucht.

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  • Albrecht, Jutta, 2007. "Entwicklung des Lebensstandards im postsowjetischen Zentralasien während der Transformation," Munich Dissertations in Economics 9406, University of Munich, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:lmu:dissen:9406

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    Biologischer Lebensstandard; Zentralasien;


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