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Uzbekistan - Systematic country diagnostic (Inglês)

This Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) explores how Uzbekistan can consolidate its recent achievements and accelerate progress on the twin goals of eradicating extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. The SCD is organized into five chapters. Chapter one frames the issues of poverty reduction and shared prosperity, and situates them in the context of Uzbekistan’s recent development. It reviews the status and drivers of progress in these areas, identifies analytical constraints, and highlights areas for further study. Chapter two describes the necessary conditions for sustaining rapid economic growth and robust quality job creation. It underscores the importance of expanding private-sector participation and investment in key economic sectors. Chapter three considers how a well-functioning labor market and access to essential public services can enhance the inclusiveness of growth. Chapter four analyzes threats to the sustainability of Uzbekistan’s recent gains over both the medium and the long term. Chapter five concludes by examining the constraints to growth and development revealed by the analysis, and it proposes a framework for prioritizing policy actions designed to address them.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2016/05/20

  • TIpo de documento

    Systematic Country Diagnostic

  • No. do relatório

    106454

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Uzbequistão,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/06/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Uzbekistan - Systematic country diagnostic

  • Palavras-chave

    Central Asia Labor and Skills Survey;rural area;official statistic;water supply and sanitation service;Central Bank of Uzbekistan;small and medium enterprise;quality of water supply service;Skills Toward Employability and Productivity;Job Creation;access to basic service;Life in Transition Survey;Primary and Secondary Education;Management of Natural Resources;Micro and Small Enterprises;renewable source of energy;gross secondary enrollment rate;food and agriculture organization;Environment and Natural Resources;economic and sector work;information and communication technology;poverty elasticity of growth;millennium development goal;jobs in agriculture;total consumption expenditure;total factor productivity;consumption per capita;average labor income;informal employment;Labor Market;protection from competition;high growth rate;social and environmental;gross national income;household budget survey;growth and development;agricultural sector;piped water;health care facilities;education and health;private sector expansion;share of state;areas of specialization;labor force participation;unpaid family worker;lack of investment;country gender assessment;gender and development;piped water supply;health care facility;working age population;number of jobs;human capital accumulation;informal sector employment;gross domestic investment;elasticity of poverty;increasing citizen participation;water from river;agricultural export commodity;global climate change;quality health care;official exchange rate;regional price difference;gas and electricity;care for child;household level data;health care expenditure;labor market demand;access to financing;social assistance program;forms of income;net national saving;public accountability mechanisms;quality and efficiency;public health system;Early Childhood Development;foreign direct investment;gross national saving;social security system;nonbank financial institution;social protection system;labor market outcome;impact of reforms;Transport and ICT;share of employment;improving labor relation;share of income;water storage tank;natural resource extraction;access to information;higher education degree;income earning potential;gross enrollment rate;Access to Education;labor market participation;agriculture and service;cost of supply;Electricity Tariff Structure;constraints to growth;stable economic growth;national household survey;reduction in poverty;real growth rate;utility service;data limitation;natural wealth;government transfer;poor household;international standard;total trade;official estimates;Health Service;sanitation needs;central heating;Public Infrastructure;household size;survey data;working adult;social program;development partner;household property;productivity loss;binding constraint;individual entrepreneur;labor contract;Exchange Rates;household expenditure;legal entity;net saving;collective farm;business environment;legal entities;unemployment rate;private investment;Industrial Policies;telephone line;industrial sector;state support;foreign trade;measuring poverty;regulatory environment;greater access;job destruction;bottom quintile;nonfood expenditure;employment opportunity;living standard;Sanitation Services;running water;total employment;employment opportunities;institutional obstacles;Industrial Policy;Wage Compression;income source;Public Services;

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