Rôle de l'Etat

The main goal of Uzbekistan's 1998 report is to analyze the role of the state in economic, social and democratic reforms in the period of transition. The report looks at the social polices being implemented throughout the country with programs on gas.

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The second NHDR for Macedonia is focused on the state’s role in creating and providing a social environment that fosters human rights. The report also considers the challenges of developing a market economy that requires an efficient state.

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The theme of the Romanian HDR 1998 is "the shrinking state" - a reduced central government which is seen as a positive step toward achieving good governance.

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The theme of the Latvia Human Development Report 1998 is promoting people-centered development, in other words, development whose purpose and point of reference is human welfare.

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The main questions addressed by Kyrgyzstan's 1998 report are the following: how effective has the state been in organizing and managing the transition from the previous command economy to a more pluralistic market-based economy?

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This report assembels and analyses information about the realities of 1998 and future trends; offers suggestions and raises options for actions in Kazakhstan.

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The main topic of the 1998 Czech Republic HDR is the role of the state in bringing about human development.

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“State of Transition and Transition of the State”, the National Human Development Report for 1998, focuses attention on the issue of the country in transition. Which are the government’s priorities? What traps there may be on the road to good governance?

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In 1997 and early 1998 Belarus continued its intensive efforts to overcome the crisis in economy, conduct reforms and move towards achieving the priorities laid out in the National Sustainable Development Strategy up until the Year 2010.

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Each of the authors has tried to analyse recent developments in his or her respective field from the perspective of the changing role of the state in an inter-linkage with the Armenian mentality, tradition, realities, resources and current capacities.

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