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Das IAMO organisierte in Kooperation mit dem Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers (TIIAME) vom 30. Oktober bis 1. November 2018 in Taschkent, Usbekistan, eine Konferenz mit dem Titel „Social science knowledge and sustainable agricultural development along the Silk Road“. Die Konferenz wurde von der VolkswagenStiftung im Rahmen des Projektes „Institutioneller Wandel der Land- und Arbeitsverhältnisse in den Bewässerungslandwirtschaften Zentralasiens“ (AGRICHANGE) finanziell unterstützt.

TAG 1 (30. Oktober 2018)

Plenary 1: Social science contributions to the Central Asian reform agenda

What agricultural economists can contribute and how - Martin Petrick
The Central Asian economies in the twenty-first century - Richard Pomfret
Linking research and practice in water sector: An innovative approach - Iskandar Abdullaev

Parallel Session 1A: Collective Action

Determinants of farmers’ cooperation in irrigation and crop production: The case of irrigated areas in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan - Abdusame Tadjiev
Collective decision-making in times of catastrophic events - Zafar Kurbanov
Investment traps in collective water governance: Theory and experimental evidence from Central Asia - Iroda Amirova

Parallel Session 1B: Rural interdependencies and off-farm employment

Rural non-farm employment in Samarkand region - Shavkat Hasanov
Economic analysis of afforestation of marginal farmlands in Uzbekistan: Revealing the role of interlinkages between farms and households - Utkur Djanibekov
Determinants of household participation in farm and nonfarm jobs: Evidence from rural Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan - Golib Sanaev

Parallel Session 2A: Food value chains

Recent structural changes in food value chains in Uzbekistan - Inna Rudenko
Assessing the impacts of climate change on agricultural production and food markets: A structural econometric framework - Ayal Kimhi
Unpacking state-led upgrading: Empirical evidence from the Uzbek horticultural sector - Lorena Lombardozzi

Parallel Session 2B: Livestock development

Livestock and poverty and climate change: Evidence from panel data for Kyrgyzstan - Kadyrbek Sultakeev
Role of agricultural services to increase efficiency in livestock production in Uzbekistan - Akmal Abruev
Grazing patterns are a key determinant of fire occurrence in Kazakhstan - Brett Hankerson

Parallel Session 3A: Agricultural development patterns in Central Asia I (in Russian)

Agriculture in Tajikistan: Transiting from unsustainable to sustainable development - Khodjamakhmad Umarov
Development of the livestock sector of Turkmenistan in the post-Soviet period - Stanislav Aganov
Development of cooperatives in Uzbekistan and their recent transformation - Olim Murtazaev
Issues of innovations development in agriculture of Kazakhstan - Saule Yessengaziyeva

Parallel Session 3B: Diversification and employment

The drivers of diversification in irrigated farming systems of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan - Nozilakhon Mukhamedova
Career expectations of students at agricultural universities in Uzbekistan - Ibrohim Ganiev
Language skills and household food consumption: Evidence from Central Asia - Akhtem Useinov
Uzbekistan's horticultural sector - Abdurazak Khujabekov

TAG 2 (31. Oktober 2018)

Plenary 2: Higher education and knowledge for agricultural innovations in Central Asia

Experience of ISET as a reform model for higher education in the post-Soviet space - Phatima Mamardashvili
Quantitative policy research for evidence-based policy making - Kamiljon Akramov

Parallel Session 4A: Education, research and development

Research and development reform: The case of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan - Bakhrom Mirkasimov
Lab of Negotiations: Promoting water diplomacy in Central Asia - Nozima Davletova
Educational innovations in Central Asia: The case of Graduate School of Public Policy in Nazarbayev University - Stefanos Xenarios
On measures for improving the quality of academic research and student-oriented teaching in Uzbekistan - Nargiza Alimukhamedova, Iroda Komilova

Parallel Session 4B: Water and agrarian transformations

Economic incentives to support water savings and water productivity improvement: Case-studies from EU Project area in Uzbekistan - Oyture Anarbekov
Hydropolitics, international development and hydrosocial transformations in Central Asia - Andrea Zinzani
Transdisciplinary research on institutions guided by the social-ecological-technical systems: Example of drainage management in Uzbekistan - Ahmad Hamidov

Parallel Session 5A: Climate change and resilience

Archetypical barriers to climate change adaptation and climate-sensitive land and forest management in Central Asia: Insights from an experimental study - Ulan Kasymov
Factors effecting on productivity and efficiency in CIS countries - Ihtiyor Bobojonov
Enhancing climate resilience in Central Asia via index-based drought insurance - Lena Kuhn

Parallel Session 5B: Organized Session: Gender & food security

Child malnutrition in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan - Khilola Ruziboeva
Women empowerment, household food security, and nutritional balance: Empirical evidence from Tajikistan - Bekhzod Egamberdiev
Women’s empowerment and infant complementary feeding in Central Asia - Dilnovoz Abdurazzakova

TAG 3 (1. November 2018)

Plenary 3: Disciplinary perspectives on the role of knowledge in agricultural development

Opportunities and challenges of evidence-based policy advice - Thomas Herzfeld
Social science knowledge, politics and decision-making for sustainable water management in Central Asia - Jenniver Sehring
Evolution of research topics and research networks on agricultural development in Central Asia - Nodir Djanibekov

Parallel Session 6A: Agricultural development patterns in Central Asia II (in Russian)

Effectiveness of concentration of agricultural production in large producers in Kazakhstan - Ukilyay Kerimova
Pricing policy of agricultural products marketing system - Bekzod Djurayev
Forecasting with economic-mathematical model the costs of greenhouse vegetables - Akmal Durmanov
Dynamics of agricultural land use in Kazakhstan - Gulnar Bekenova

Parallel Session 6B: Organized Session: Research-based methods in enhancing water resource management

CAREC's Innovation Idea Lab for Smart Water Solutions - Jusipbek Kazbekov
Modelling water-related ecosystem services for improved local-level land and water management - Ekaterina Strikeleva
Modelling of water flow variations under climate change scenarios for small transboundary watersheds in Central Asia - Zhanna Babagalieva
Climate change impact on water quality in the Amu Darya basin - Atabek Umirbekov
Research Based Water Diplomacy in Action: High-Level Dialogue Platform, Blue Peace for Central Asia - Shakhboz Akhmedov

Parallel Session 7A: Organized Session: Revitalising animal husbandry in Central Asia

ANICANET project - Nozilakhon Mukhamedova
Livestock producers in Kyrgyzstan - Baimat Niiazaliev
Livestock producers in Uzbekistan - Abdurazak Khujabekov
Livestock producers in Kazakhstan - Dauren Oshakbaev

Parallel Session 7B: Marketing channels

Development of measures to improve governance of processing industries agriculture of South Kazakhstan region - Inkar Saudambekova
New approaches to valuation of natural resources in agriculture of Uzbekistan - Farhod Ahrorov
The effects of local bazaars on marketing of organic products: The case of Uzbekistan - Aziz Rasulov

Parallel Session 8A: Interdisciplinary water-related research (in Russian)

South Karakalpakstan Water Management Improvement Project - Sergey Kim
Rational use of water resources in Uzbekistan based on scientific and technical progress - Hosiyat Bahretdinova
Impact of climate change and water salinization on fisheries sector in downstream of Amudarya river: Strategies for future development - Bakhtiyor Karimov
Transboundary water research in Central Asia: Achievements, challenges and prospects for the future - Dinara Ziganschina

Parallel Session 8B: Land resources and farm performance

Agricultural land market activity in Kazakhstan: Current situation - Gulsim Aitkhozhayeva
Access to agricultural services and impact on farm performance in Samarkand region - Gayrat Ibragimov
JICA operation in Uzbekistan: Projects implemented in agricultural sector - Farhod Kurbonov