Topical issues in creation efficiency of sustainable land management in Uzbekistan

Authors: Chertovitskiy A.S., Bazarov A.K.
Alexsandr Chertovitskiy – Consultant of the “Info Capital Group”, PhD on Economics, one of the leading experts on Land Use and land Cadaster in Uzbekistan. In 1966, he graduated from the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation Mechanization Engineers, Department of Land Management. In 1972 was awarded the academic degree “Candidate of Economic […]

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Pastureland use-integrated management

Alexsandr Chertovitskiy – Consultant of the “Info Capital Group”, PhD on Economics, one of the leading experts on Land Use and land Cadaster in Uzbekistan. In 1966, he graduated from the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation Mechanization Engineers, Department of Land Management. In 1972 was awarded the academic degree “Candidate of Economic Sciences” In 1992 was […]

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Improvement of irrigation management systems

Author:  Narboy Gaipnazarov- PhD on technical sciences, Consultant “Info Capital Group”, one of the leading specialists in irrigation and drainage, sustainable water management and land resources in Uzbekistan. In 1985, he graduated from the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation Mechanization Engineers in the specialty “hydraulic engineer”. In 1992. Central Asian Research Institute of Irrigation – awarded […]

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RELAXING CONTROL OVER THE CROPPING STRUCTURE: THE NEXT STEP FOR LAND REFORM IN UZBEKISTAN

Authors: Aleksandr Chertovitsky, Odil Akbarov, Yerbol Yahshilikov
Alexsandr Chertovitskiy – Consultant of the “Info Capital Group”, PhD on Economics, one of the leading experts on Land Use and land Cadaster in Uzbekistan. In 1966, he graduated from the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation Mechanization Engineers, Department of Land Management. In 1972 was awarded the academic degree “Candidate […]

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