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    Centre of Sociological Research


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    University of Szczecin (Poland)

    Széchenyi István University, (Hungary)

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Is there interest in green deal research in Central Asia?

Vol. 16, No 3, 2023

Gulbakhyt Olzhebayeva


Almaty Management University,

Almaty, Kazakhstan


ORCID 0000 -0002-4964-2747


Is there interest in green deal research in Central Asia?


Timur Buldybayev


Almaty Management University,

Almaty, Kazakhstan


ORCID 0000-0001-8199-653X

Dainius Pavalkis


Almaty Management University,

Almaty, Kazakhstan


ORCID 0000-0001-7339-3237

Anel A. Kireyeva


Institute of Economics of the Science Committee of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education,

Almaty, Kazakhstan


ORCID 0000-0003-3412-3706

Astrida Miceikienė


Vytautas Magnus University,

Kaunas, Lithuania


ORCID 0000-0003-1432-7971


Abstract. Research activities play a critical role in facilitating growth and promoting sustainable development. However, the scientific interest level in the European Green Deal in Central Asia remains uncertain. Therefore, this research paper aims to define the interest of Central Asian researchers in the Green Deal. A literature review was conducted using the bibliographic analysis method for Web of Science publications published over 2018-2023 and originating from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Co-occurrence analysis of keywords and co-authorship analysis were performed using the VosViewer 1.6.19 software. The co-occurrence analysis revealed that the Green Deal is a complex and interdisciplinary issue that highlights the importance of collaboration among stakeholders and researchers from different sectors. The co-authorship analysis identified the patterns of collaboration among authors, with many working with international partners. The distribution of publications and citations varied across different countries and keywords related to environmental and sustainability topics. It was also found that the number of publications has been increasing. Finally, correlation and regression analysis were applied to identify the factors that influence publication activity about the Green Deal.


Received: November, 2022

1st Revision: March, 2023

Accepted: September, 2023


DOI: 10.14254/2071-789X.2023/16-3/16

JEL ClassificationM00, H70, I25, O15

Keywords: green deal, climate change, R&D, human capital management