Books of the Gaidar Institute’s Publishing House Will be Presented at Summer Forums
The best latest publications by the Gaidar Institute’s Publishing House will be presented at the All-Russian Forum of Purchasing Directors “The Purchasing Management Strategy – 2016. Upgrading of Purchasing Efficiency and Minimization of Risks”; at the All-Russian Client Service Forum on 23-24 June 2016 and at the Summer Club of Personal Assistants – 2016 on 7-8 July 2016.
Contest for the best graduate qualification paper on economics
Since 1 April, Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy holds an annual Contest for the best graduate qualification paper on economics.
Natalya Kornienko spoke at the 12th annual Eurasia Tax Forum
Natalya Kornienko, Head of the Tax System Development Department at the Gaidar Institute, spoke at the session “Eurasian economic growth and the ‘Chinese factor’” at the 12th annual Eurasia Tax Forum which was held on 21–23 June in the Hague (Netherlands).
Researchers from the Gaidar Institute Took Part in the 36th International Symposium on Forecasting
On 20–22 June, researchers from the Gaidar Institute attended the 36th International Symposium on Forecasting held by the International Institute of Forecasters at Santander (Spain).
Irina Dezhina Receives the French Order of Academic Palms
By a decree of the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, Irina Dezhina, Doctor of Economics, leading researcher of the Social Services Department of the Gaidar Institute and head of the Research Group on Science and Industrial Policy at Skoltech Institute, has been awarded the Ordre des Palmes Académiques (Order of Academic Palms).
Ivan Lyubimov: The Young Generation Requires Appropriate Funding and Powers In Order the New Technologies Start Operating
On 21 June, daily “Vedomosti” released an article written by senior researcher Ivan Lyubimov titled “Pensions as a Refresh Mechanism”, which discusses the need for timely turnover of staff in technologically and intellectually complicated sectors of the economy.
Irina Dezhina spoke at the International Forum “Tekhnoprom-2016”
On 10 June, Irina Dezhina, leading researcher at the Social Services Department at the Gaidar Institute, made a presentation at the International Forum of Technological Development “Tekhnoprom-2016” which was held in Novosibirsk. The title of her speech was “The BRICS Research and Innovation Network Platform as a search platform for partners for joint R&D and innovation projects”.
The review provides a detailed analysis of main trends in Russia's economy in 2015. The paper contains 6 big sections that highlight single aspects of Russia's economic development: the socio-political context; the monetary and credit spheres; financial sphere; the real sector; social sphere; institutional challenges. The paper employs a huge mass of statistical data that forms the basis of original computation and numerous charts.
Main topics of the issue: Main trends and conclusions; Macroeconomic forecast for 2016-2018: the economy is passing through the lowest point of the current crisis; Monetary policy of the Russian Сentral Bank: risks and limitations; Oil sector: potential for tax incentives; Russian exports to the EU: a general decline with mixed trends; “Anti-Turkish embargo”: who lost the most?
The federal budget in Q1 2016: revenues and expenditures continue downward trend - Tax maneuver: economic growth acceleration to the detriment of budget consolidation - Retail bank lending: debt burden is decreasing - Russia’s real sector of the economy in January–April 2016: major factors and trends - Decomposition of GDP growth rates in 2016–2019: in expectation of structural changes - Sentiments in industry in May 2016: not good enough but not particularly bad - Russia’s agri-food sector: weak exports, low demand - Imports and exports of services: a simultaneous drop - The real estate market in the Russian Federation in Q1 2016 - Regions in Q1 2016: adaptation to the new reality - Regional labor markets: unstable equilibrium - Science and technologies: in search of a paradigm of the future
Main topics of the issue: Main trends and conclusions; Decomposition of GDP growth rates in 2016-2019: in expectation of structural changes; Tax maneuver: economic growth acceleration to the detriment of budget consolidation; Sentiments in industry in May 2016: not good enough but not particularly bad; Retail bank lending: debt burden is decreasing; Regional labor markets: unstable equilibrium.
This paper presents calculations of various economic indicators for the Russian Federation in the period from May to October 2016, which were performed using time series models developed as a result of research conducted by the Gaidar Institute over the past few years.