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Talk by Adham Khudaykulov, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge, on ‘Regulatory State and Development: Central Asian case studies’

When Nov 01, 2019
from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Where Room 138, Alison Richard Building
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Cambridge Central Asia Forum in collaboration with Centre of Development Studies and GCRF COMPASS invites you to a talk by 

Adham Khudaykulov, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge,

on

‘Regulatory State and Development: Central Asian case studies’

Biography: Adham Khudaykulov is a PhD Candidate at the Centre of Development Studies. Adham is working on the nexus of regulatory regimes and its impact on the economic development in transition economies, with a particular emphasis on Central Asian countries. He worked at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy and Ministry of Higher Education in Uzbekistan before coming to Cambridge. He studied in Nottingham, UK and Tokyo, Japan for his Masters degrees.

 

Everyone is welcome.