Welcome to IAMO Central Asia Research Group

IAMO's Central Asia Research Group is a network of scientists conducting interdisciplinary research on agricultural, socio-economic and ecological transformation processes in Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.

Our state-of-the art, multidisciplinary research is targeting not only a research audience but also aims at policy-impact and scientific transfer into the economic sphere. In addition to research, we put a particular focus on knowledge transfer and capacity building in the region.

News

23 April 2021

Call for Papers Special Issue "30 years of agricultural reforms in Central Asia"

For a Special Issue "30 years of agricultural reforms in Central Asia" in Central Asian Journal of Water Research (CAJWR), we invite manuscripts from economists, sociologists and political scientists providing new understandings into the progress of agricultural reforms, farm restructuring, and...

Emerging from the Soviet centrally planned economy, each of five Central Asian countries opted for its own unique path of reorganizing its agricultural sector towards a desirable production and farm structure. The three decades of transformations and...

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06 November 2020

TSUE Online Conference “Sustainable agricultural development and regional cooperation for inclusive growth in Central Asia” held on October 20-22, 2020.

October 20-22, the TSUE Conference 2020 featured an opportunity for representatives from science and politics to discuss “Sustainable agricultural development and regional cooperation for inclusive growth in Central Asia”. The event was organized...

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17 August 2020

Call for Papers - International Central Asia Conference

In October 2020, the international scientific online conference on "Sustainable Agricultural Development and Regional Cooperation for Inclusive Growth in Central Asia" will take place. Contributions can be submitted until 10 September.

The three-day...

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Contact

Dr. Ihtiyor Bobojonov
Tel.: +49 345 2928-247
bobojonov(at)iamo.de

Dr. Nodir Djanibekov
Tel.: +49 345 2928-128
djanibekov(at)iamo.de

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