Conferences, seminars, round tables
11–12 апреля в Орле прошли Гайдаровские чтения «Устойчивый экономический рост: политические и социальные предпосылки».
On 17 February 2017, Yekaterinburg hosted Gaidar Readings – Regional financial systems amid crysis: Regional budgets and banks of the Urals Federal Okrug – held under the auspices of the Gaidar Institute, the Urals Institute of Administration (a RANEPA branch), and the Yegor Gaidar Fund.
The Gaidar Readings – The Experience of Domestic Market-Oriented Regional Development: Advantages and Disadvantage – sponsored by the Gaidar Institute, the Gaidar Fund and the RANEPA’s Kaluga Branch under the auspices of the Government of the Kaluga Region were held in Kaluga on 5 December.
On 11 November, the Gaidar Readings: Development of Regions and the Economic Policy in Present-Day Conditions were held in Barnaul.
On 17 March, the Gaidar Readings – Regional Banking Sectors amid the Crisis: Outputs of Research in Banks of the North-Eastern Federal District – were held in Veliky Novgorod.
On January 13-15, 2016, within the frameworks of the Gaidar Forum – 2016 the international conference "Russia and the World: Looking to the Future" organized by the Gaidar Institute and the Russian Presidential Academy under the auspices of the Y. Gaidar Fund was held.
On 23 October 2015, the Gaidar Readings – “Exploring the Present, Look into the Future” – dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Gaidar Institute was held in Moscow.
On 25 September, the Gaidar Readings: “The New Rules and Mechanisms of Development of Russia’s Far East: Effective Practices of States of the Asia-Pacific Region and the Historic Background of the Economy of the Region” took place in Vladivostok.
On 15 May, International Fiscal Sustainability Department of the Gaidar institute and RANEPA held a seminar in Gaidar Institute.
Gaidar Readings "Prospects for Islamic Banking Development on the Post-Soviet Area" were held in the city of Baku (Azerbaijan) on 17 April 2015.
On 15 April, the Discussion Club Academia held its regular at the Gaidar Institute.