LSER : Impacts of Economic Reform on the Livestock Sector in Central Asia
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Oshkii (Kyrgyzstan) State University, Department of Kyrgyz History, Oshkii (Kyrgyzstan) State University, Department of Ethnography, Kyrgyzstan Institute of History, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) Humanities Institute (Kyrgyzstan); Institute of Oriental Studies Ministry of Science-Academy of Sciences,Kazakhstan State University, Uralsk University, Kazakhstan Center for Sheep Selection and Genetics (CSSG) Kazakh Scientific Research Technological Institute of Sheep Breeding, National Private Farmers Federation of Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan); Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Center for Strategic Research and International Studies, Institute for Ethnograpy & Anthropology Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geography Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia); Samarkand Karakul Sheep Institute (Uzbekistan); Spooner Agricultural Research Station, International Agricultural Programs, Department of Animal Sciences University of Wisconsin-Madison (US)
William Dobson; Anatoly Khazanov; Kenneth Shapiro; David L. Thomas
Randy Gottfredson; Russell Zanca; Liba Brent
The LSER project focused on the privatization of agriculture in Central Asia and the identification of key factors in marketing channels from the farmgate to the consumer. The project provided the foundation for the GL-CRSP WOOL Project.