Central Asia Business Journal

The Central Asia Business Journal promotes understanding of business issues (broadly defined) in the region, which includes the post-Soviet “stans” (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan) as well as the post-Soviet states of the trans-Caucasus area (including Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia). Readers include scholars, students, and business executives with an interest in business issues of Central Asia, such as foreign direct investment, corruption, and political forces that influence business in the region.  Owned, managed, and financed by KIMEP University, the Journal is free to all readers. The ISSN is 2073-5901 for the print version and 1991-0002 for the electronic version as well as for print-on-demand.  The Journal is primarily an electronic publication.

The journal’s interests include:

  • Behavioral economics
  • Business cycles and economic development
  • Business law
  • Corporate governance Emerging markets
  • Financial and capital markets and industries
  • Human resources management
  • Institutional economics
  • International accounting standards and taxation
  • International business and globalization
  • Leadership
  • Logistics and supply chain management
  • Management information systems
  • Marketing strategies and effectiveness
  • Market integration and segmentation
  • Market structure and efficiency
  • Mathematical economics
  • Microfinance and development
  • Multinational enterprises and business strategy
  • Natural resources and their internationalization
  • Nongovernmental organizations and entrepreneurs
  • Political economy
  • Risk and uncertainty
  • Statistical economics
  • Tourism and the hospitality business