Competition, corporate governance, and regulation in Central Asia: Uzbekistan's structural reform challenges
Harry G. Broadman, World Bank. Europe and Central Asia Region. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit
Europe and Central Asia Regional Office, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Sector Unit, 2000 - Business & Economics - 21 pages
Like many Central Asian republics, Uzbekistan has adopted a gradual, cautious approach in its transition to a market economy. It has had some success attaining macroeconomic stability, but microeconomic reforms have lagged behing. It is time to accelerate structural reform.
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agenda AMC's Anti-Monopoly Committee assets associations barriers to entry board of directors Broadman business environment business performance Cabinet of Ministers commercial Company Law competition and regulation competition and regulatory competition policy Competitive Environment competitive restructuring concepts of competition consumers Corporate governance incentives corporatization cotton country's demonopolization discipline economic efficiency engender enhance ensure enterprises external incentives foreign exchange framework ginneries Government's holding group implementation improved infrastructure monopolies institutions international experience international practice investment macroeconomic managers market forces market share market structure monitoring natural gas natural monopolies operate output owners ownership PIFs Pipeline transport Presidential decree price controls principal-agent problem private firms Program of Formation reform of regulatory regulatory capture regulatory policies restructuring and unbundling role rules-based separation between government shareholders SOEs total number trade transition economies transparency and accountability transparent appeals process underlying entities utility Uzavtotrans Uzbekistan Uzbekistan's industrial Uzbekneftegaz Uzkhlopkopromsbyt World Bank