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Kazakhstan's Emerging Middle Class
John C. K. Daly
eBook Edition: 2008

This study charts the development of this new phenomenon in Kazakh society from the end of the USSR to the present day. The nurturing and development of this middle class, which is composed of former members of the Soviet apparat, younger professionals and newly minted businessmen, stands in contrast to events in the other post-Soviet “stans” - Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. While in the immediate aftermath of the dissolution of the USSR Kyrgyzstan was initially regarded by many Western analysts as the most reformist post-Soviet republic in moving swiftly towards Western-style political and economic infrastructures, it is in fact Kazakhstan that has emerged as the most progressive regional economic reformer, and it is unclear if its successes could be repeated elsewhere. (From Author)

eBook Contents

Executive Summary - Kazakhstan’s Sudden Prosperity  - Who are the Kazakh “Middle Class?” - Statistics - Post-Soviet Kazakhstan - Kazakhstan’s Continuing Financial Success - The Future - Conclusions

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