“The Jogorku Kenesh and Citizens’ Access: Parliament’s Website and Related Issues”
The Tian Shan Policy Center at the American University of Central Asia presents its publication titled “The Jogorku Kenesh and Citizens’ Access: Parliament’s Website and Related Issues”.
Download report in English and Russian:
TSPC POLICY NOTE on JK Website Rus (155.64 Кбайт)
TSPC POLICY NOTE on JK Website Eng (148.29 Кбайт)
Results of media research in Kyrgyzstan, conducted by "M-Vector", research and consulting company
Research and consulting company "M-Vector" with support of USAID summed up the results of 2nd vawe of the most large-scale research, devoted to examnination of media preferences of Kyrgyz Republic inhabitants.
M-Vector field specialists surveyed more than 2,000 respondents from seven regions of the Kyrgyz Republic. The study was conducted by personal interview and covered ratings for TV channels and programs, radio audiences, print media consumption and preferences and much else including many social, economic and political perceptions.
The results of the research are focused primarly on large advertisers, owners and top-managers of media and advertising agencies. The results of the research are data that are necessary for effective planning of advertising campaigns in media and conducting the right marketing policy by media management.
Received data will have invaluable meaning for definition of size and demographic structure of audience, that is important for development of marketing strategies and further improvement of business strategy and support of marketing activities.
"Doing Business in the Kyrgyz Republic", by Baker Tilly Bishkek
The document prepared by Baker Tilly Bishkek contains the review of current state of kyrgyz economy, civil legislation and tax code as of June 2012.
The document is available for downloading in English.
Sustainability “Megaforces” impact on business will accelerate
KPMG has published the results of the survey Expect the Unexpected: Building Business Value in a Changing World, in which it explores 10 “megaforces” that will significantly affect corporate growth globally over the next two decades: issues such as climate change, energy and fuel volatility, water availability and cost and resource availability, as well as population growth spawning new urban centers.
Download the executive summary of Expect the Unexpected: Building Business Value in a Changing World.
Analysis of conflict potential by Egalite Foundation
‘Egalite’ Foundation is leading provider of consultancy for conflict management and public security, those which bridge a gap between different actors of various conflicts.
They started with monitoring and analysis of conflict potential in land mining activities 2010. This is one of the most sensitive and potentially dangerous spheres of social conflictness. The threat of conflict between State, companies and communities regarding to land mining activities could be compared with threat of unregulated interethnic relations.
10% of all the conflict potential of the country on the whole lay in this sphere. International community assesses this figure at 30%, which demonstrate importance of economic peace for image of the country.
In 2012, Egalite plans to issue 7 analysis of conflict potential in land mining industry by provinces of the Kyrgyz Republic. The documents will present updated comparative analysis of state, character and form of conflict potential in regional selection. The situation is compared with similar period of 2011. Data and conclusions are based on own Foundation’s researches, implemented by Foundation’s specialists only. Priority of regions in proceeding depends of drawing processes.
Download "Analysis of conflict potential of Talas province of the Kyrgyz Republic to Land Mining Activities", 2012, by "Egalite" Foundation.