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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Gonta
Evolution and Prospects of Uzbekistan's Economic Model
Economics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
Bachelor’s thesis on the topic: “Evolution and prospects of the economic model of Uzbekistan” is devoted to a comprehensive study of the economic model of Uzbekistan and determining the prospects of its development.

On the basis of critical analysis of scientific works of leading Russian and foreign scientists, in the thesis 1) the application of scientific methods of the development economics for analyzing the problems of the development of transition economies, including Uzbekistan, is grounded; 2) the basic principles and characteristics of the economic model of Uzbekistan as well as the main stages of its development are described in detail; 3) a number of key factors (GDP per capita, FDI, export volume and others) that have a key impact on the economic development of Uzbekistan are analyzed, including by means of regression analysis; 4) prospects for the development of the economic model of Uzbekistan in the context of measures undertaken by the new leadership of the Uzbek Republic, to ensure further reform of the national economy and deepen the liberalization of the economic life of the republic are considered.

The study of the effectiveness of the economic model of Uzbekistan relied primarily on the analysis of statistical data of ministries and departments of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as international financial institutions – IMF, WB, ADB, etc. In the thesis special attention was paid to the research of the legal and institutional framework for economic development of Uzbekistan, formed under the decisive influence of the works and views of the first President of the Republic of Uzbekistan I.A.Karimov.

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