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Journal Articles

Eraliev, S. and Urinboyev, R., (2020). Precarious Times for Central Asian Migrants in Russia. Current History, 119 (819), 258–263.


Horák S. On Peculiarities of the Foreign Policy of Personalist Regimes (Example of Turkmenistan).  Journal of International Analytics. 2021;12(2):153-169. (In Russ.)


Rustamjon Urinboyev & Sherzod Eraliev (2022) Informal civil society initiatives in non-Western societies: mahallas in Uzbekistan, Central Asian Survey, 41:3, 477-497.


Slavomír Horák (2023) Turkmenistan in Eurasian railway geopolitics, Central Asian Survey, 42:1, 171-190.


Ovezmyradov, B. Applying quantified indicators in Central Asian science: Can metrics improve the regional research performance? Scientometrics 128, 177–206 (2023).


Ovezmyradov, B., & Kurata, H. (2022). Omnichannel fulfilment and item-level RFID tracking in fashion retailing. Computers & Industrial Engineering168, 108108.


Ovezmyradov, B. Product availability and stockpiling in times of pandemic: causes of supply chain disruptions and preventive measures in retailing. Ann Oper Res (2022).


Horák, S. (2023). Turkmenistan’s 2022 Leadership Change through the Personalist Paradigm. Advance online publication on Project MUSE