The Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and the OSCE Academy established the Central Asia Data-Gathering and Analysis Team (CADGAT) in 2009. The purpose of CADGAT is to produce new cross-regional data on Central Asia that can be freely used by researchers, journalists, NGOs and government employees inside and outside the region. The project is managed and the reports are edited by Indra Overland. If you would like to make a comment, ask a question or sign up to news about CADGAT, please send an email to email@example.com.
Below are the data reviews produced by CADGAT.
Data Review #26 (2019): BRI in Central Asia: Agriculture and Food Projects (eng) (word)
Data Review #23 (2019): BRI in Central Asia: Mineral and Petroleum Exploration, Extraction and Processing Projects (eng) (word)
Data Review #21 (2019): BRI in Central Asia: Rail and Road Connectivity Projects (eng) (word)
Data Review #17 (2019): Wind Power Potential of the Central Asian Countries (eng) (word)
Data Review #16 (2019): Renewable Energy Policies of the Central Asian Countries (eng) (pdf/word)
Data Review #11 (2015): Holidays in Central Asia. Part I: Laws and official holidays (word); (rus) (pdf/word)
Data Review #10 (2013): Tariffs and Trade Barriers in Central Asia (word); (rus) (pdf/word)
Data Review #9 (2013): Intra-regional Trade in Central Asia (word); (rus) (pdf/word)
Data Review #8 (2013): Trade Policies and Major Export Items in Central Asia (word); (rus) (pdf/word)
Data Review #7 (2013): Political Relations in Central Asia (eng)(word)
Data Review #3 (2010): Language Use and Language Policy in Central Asia (eng)
Data Review #2 (2009): Narcotics Trade and Related Issues in Central Asia (eng)
Data Review #1 (2009): Hydroelectric dams and conflict in Central Asia (eng)
CADGAT's database on Elite of Central Asia can be accessed here.
This database aims to provide an overview of the 500 most prominent people in Central Asia. The database is based on data collected between January and July 2011 by individual researchers in each of the five countries. Information has been collected about elites within different fields such as politics, business, civil society and culture from a wide range of sources. There was considerable variation in data availability and quality across the countries.
The database is produced by the Central Asia Data-Gathering and Analysis Team, the project supported by the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.
The project aims to update the information available in the database on a yearly basis. If anyone has comments, suggestions or information for the database, please send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org.