My research is about how the government of Kazakhstan influenced the institutions in the country since the fall of USSR. I can include some documents/sources + my proposal, and you can also add more sources. There is no need to write the introduction part, because I am writing that one and I am also writing about the economic schools and doctrines. You have to start writing from I.d onwards Here is the outline and abstract from my research proposal: Outline I. Introduction II. Economic schools and the role of the government in the economy a. The central economic doctrines and government intervention in economic processes b. Economic functions of the state and state regulations of markets processes c. Institutional analysis of the state’s role in the economy d. Case study: Role of the government in a transition economy (YOU HAVE TO START FROM HERE) III. Analysis of the growing influence of the state in the economy of Kazakhstan a. History of communism in Kazakhstan b. History of the capitalism in Kazakhstan c. Neoliberal reforms in the economy d. State ownership e. Institutions and their actions IV. Conclusion ABSTRACT: The Republic of Kazakhstan was the last country of the Soviet bloc to declare its independence in 1991. This research will try to analyze the influence of the government on the formation of the institutions in modern Kazakhstan. The question is whether the growing influence (consolidation of power of the state) of the Kazakhstani government on the institutions has a negative effect on the country. This thesis will use the institutional approach to address this question, and there are several reasons for doing so. First, institutionalism is characterized as an interdisciplinary approach, i.e., the institutional school operates not only with the economic laws of the development of society, but also pays great attention to other institutions. In Kazakhstan, there is a fairly large distance between formal and informal institutions. Secondly, in the history of Kazakhstan, there was no authentic economic doctrine which was developed specifically for Kazakhstan, taking into account all the features of the development of the Kazakh society. All models that were used in the post-Soviet Kazakhstan or the USSR were of foreign origin. Therefore, it is doubly interesting to observe the development of the first independent Kazakhstani economic school and try to predict the future development of the situation in Kazakhstan from the institutional point of view.