Table of contents for Energy, proverty and development : economics and security in Central Asia / Sergej Mahnovski, Kamil Akramov, Theodore Karasik.

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CONTENTS
Preface	iii
Summary	v
Contents	xi
Figures	xiii
Tables	xv
Acknowledgements	xvii
Glossary	xxi
1. INTRODUCTION	1
2. ECONOMIC FAULTLINES	3
Economic Overview	3
Poverty	9
The Shadow Economy	14
Corruption	17
Foreign Debt	29
3. SECTORAL TRENDS AND IMPLICATIONS	32
Agriculture	32
Energy	39
Banking	50
4. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL TRENDS	52
Health Care	52
Education	55
Drug Trade and Human Trafficking	57
5. CONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES	63
Prospects for Development in the Region	63
Overview of Foreign Assistance in Central Asia	63
Implications for U.S. Role in Central Asia	63
Appendix A	63
Bibliography	63
FIGURES
	
Figure 2.1: Comparison of Economic Recoveries in Central Asia with U.S. 
Depression	4
Figure 3.1: Major Irrigation Regions in the Aral Sea Basin	34
Figure 3.2: Water Endowment and Water-Energy Trade in Central Asia	35
Figure 5.1: U.S. Government Assistance to Central Asia (Cumulative, FY 
1992-FY 2002)	63
Figure A.1: Development Assistance to Central Asia (1992-2003)	63
Figure A.2: Distribution of Development Assistance among Central Asian 
Republics (Cumulative, 1992-2003)	63
Figure A.3: Sources of Development Assistance to Central Asia	63
Figure A.4: Sources of Development Assistance to Central Asia 
(Cumulative, 1992-2003)	63
TABLES
Table 2.1: Economic and Demographic Indicators (2002)	6
Table 2.2: Economic Growth Rates in Central Asia (1991-2004)	7
Table 2.3: Foreign Trade Commodity Structure in Central Asia	9
Table 2.4: Perceptions of Corruption in Central Asia (2004)	19
Table 2.5: External Debt Indicators (2001)	30
Table 3.1: Rural Population and Agricultural Employment in Central Asia
	32
Table 3.2: Central Asia Energy Reserves and Export Revenues	41
Table 3.3: Money Supply to GDP Ratio	51
Table 4.1: Public and Private Health Expenditures in Central Asia	53
Table A.1: Ownership Structure of Major Oil and Gas Fields and Pipelines
	63
Table A.2: International Financial Institution Credits to Central Asia 
(Cumulative, 1991-2004)	63
Table A.3: U.S. Government Assistance to Central Asia, 1994-2003 
(Current Million USD)	63
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Asia, Central -- Economic conditions -- 1991-.
Asia, Central -- Social conditions -- 1991-.
Economic assistance, American -- Asia, Central.