A selection of recent and publicly available work
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF KAZAKHSTAN: A CASE OF GOOD ECONOMICS, BAD POLITICS?
Can autocracies successfully implement economic policies that promote growth and investment? Can 'good' economics somehow offset the effects of 'bad politics'? This paper examines the case of Kazakhstan and shows that 'bad politics' squeezes the space for, and distorts the benefits from, 'good economics'.
THE AUTOCRAT'S DILEMMA
RENEWABLES, UTILITIES AND HOUSEHOLD TARIFFS
POLITICAL CONNECTIONS & THEIR NETWORKS