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ALEXEY VEDEV: “FORMER ECONOMIC MODEL HAS REACHED ITS LIMIT, BUT A COMPLETE BREAK WITH THIS MODEL SEEMS EXTREMELY COSTLY AND INEFFICIENT”

17 june 2022

Alexey Vedev, Head of Financial Studies Department of the Gaidar Institute and former Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, shared his thoughts with “Nezavisimaya Gazeta” on how quickly Russia's economy will adapt to the new reality and what kind of structural adjustment it will require. 

ALEXEY VEDEV ON PROSPECTS OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY

16 june 2022

Alexey Vedev, Head of Financial Studies Department of the Gaidar Institute, sized up prospects of domestic economy in an interview with ”Kommersant.

ILYA SOKOLOV: “MAYBE THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD ADOPT A ONE-YEAR BUDGET INSTEAD OF A THREE-YEAR ONE”

15 june 2022

The Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economic Development and the Central Bank are discussing a new version of the budget rule and its impact on the exchange rate and the rate of economic growth. Ilya Sokolov, a Leading researcher of the Gaidar Institute, explained to URA.RU that the main function of the budget rule is to control the cap on budget spending and not the exchange rate.

ALEXANDER DERYUGIN: “REGIONAL REVENUES ARE LIKELY TO START FALLING”

14 june 2022

Alexander Deryugin, Researcher of the Budget policy Department of the Gaidar Institute, told ”Davydov.Index” that Russian regional revenues have set a 5-month record, but scenario of further growth is still unlikely.


NATALIA SHAGAIDA: “REDUCTION IN LIVESTOCK NUMBERS ACCOMPANIED BY A SIDELINE GROWTH IN LIVESTOCK FARMS PRODUCTION IS A GENERAL TREND”

13 june 2022

The total number of livestock in Bashkiria fell by 4.2% in 2021.The number of livestock decreased by 5.9% in private farms. Natalia Shagaida, Head of Agrarian Department of the Gaidar Institute, Doctor of Economic sciences noted to RBC Ufa that reduction in the number of cattle along with growing production of livestock farms is a general trend.


SERGEY TSUKHLO: “OVER JUNE-JULY, INDUSTRY WILL NOT BE ABLE TO OVERCOME THE DEFICIT OF RESERVES OF COMPONENTS AND RAW MATERIALS”

02 june 2022

The Kommersant, in its assessment of the pace of industrial production, refers to a study by Sergey Tsukhlo, Head of the Business Surveys Department at the Gaidar Institute.

NATALIA SHAGAIDA EXPLAINS WHY RUSSIANS ARE GETTING INCREASINGLY INTERESTED IN AGRICULTURE

01 june 2022

Natalia Shagaida, Head of the Gaidar Institute’s Agrarian Department, spoke to Forbes on whether it would make sense to invest in projects related to agriculture.

ILYA SOKOLOV: “THE GOVERNMENT PROVIDES THE REGIONS WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEND THEIR SPARE MONEY ON HIGH ROI PROJECTS”

01 june 2022

Leading researcher at the Gaidar Institute Ilya Sokolov commented to Ura.ru on the government decision to exempt regions from repaying budgetary loans in 2022.

IRINA DEZHINA EXPLAINS THE REASONS FOR A REDUCTION IN THE NUMBER OF SCIENTISTS IN THIS COUNTRY

31 may 2022

Import substitution requires private investment and reform of the postgraduate education system, as stated in the feature on the situation in Russian science published in the Nezavisimaya Gazeta. Irina Dezhina, Doctor of Economic Sciences and leading researcher at the Gaidar Institute, notes that if funding for science remains unchanged, the outflow of human resources may increase, and not because of emigration, but due to the fact that many areas of activity look more attractive in some respects than scientific research.

NATALYA SHAGAIDA: “HUNGER WILL PRIMARILY AFFECT AFRICAN COUNTRIES, WHERE IT MAY GIVE RISE TO SERIOUS UNREST”

30 may 2022

In order to prevent a famine in North Africa, the EU countries are discussing the issue of exporting barley, wheat and corn from Ukraine. Natalya Shagaida, Head of the Gaidar Institute’s Agrarian Department, said in an interview with BFM.RU that the famine will primarily affect African countries, and could cause serious unrest there. 

STEPAN ZEMTSOV: “INDEX OF BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CONFLICTS IN RUSSIA REACHED MAXIMUM, ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY GROWS”

25 may 2022

Finmarket.ru has published data on record values of the index of conflict of the business environment in Q1 2022. According to Stepan Zemtsov, Senior Researcher, Innovation Economics Department of the Gaidar Institute, growth of this index can prove upswing of domestic entrepreneurs.

SERGEY SINELNIKOV-MURYLEV: “STABILIZING INFLATION IN RUSSIA ALLOWS FOR A NEW PHASE OF MONETARY POLICY"

25 may 2022

Stabilizing inflation in the Russian Federation allows Russian authorities to switch to a new phase of monetary policy (MP). Sergey Sinelnikov-Murylev, Rector of the Russian Foreign Trade Academy under the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Academic Director of the Gaidar Institute, shared this opinion with TASS.

SERGEY TSUKHLO: "AMID NEGATIVE MOMENTUM IN MAY, BUSINESSES HAVE REVISED THEIR RESERVE ESTIMATES"

24 may 2022

Within three months of sanctions aggravation, the largest shortages of stocks of finished products in Russian industry were registered in the chemical, machine building and food industry. Sergey Tsukhlo, Head of Business Surveys Laboratory of the Gaidar Institute, spoke about it to Nezavisimaya Gazeta.

NATALIA SHAGAIDA: “THREAT OF GLOBAL HUNGER CAUSED BY DRAMATIC DROP IN HOUSEHOLD INCOMES”

23 may 2022

The “Expert” magazine quotes opinion of Natalia Shagaida, Head of Agrarian Department of the Gaidar Institute, as saying that the threat of global hunger is not related to possible food shortages, rather to a decline in the world population incomes due to a drop of economic activity during the pandemic. 

SERGEY TSUKHLO: “INDUSTRIAL DEMAND SHOWS DECLINE IN MAY"

20 may 2022

The "Kommersant” continues its series of publications on the state of Russian industry, citing the findings of a study by Sergei Tsukhlo, Head of Business Surveys Laboratory of the Gaidar Institute. 

ALEXEY VEDEV: “LENDING DYNAMICS MAY WORSEN DUE TO THE DEEPENING CRISIS RESULTED FROM WIDESPREAD ANTI-RUSSIAN SANCTIONS"

19 may 2022

Having received the report on the Central Bank's monetary policy, “Delovoy Peterburg” cites data showing that demand for loans increased in March and April, while the number of troubled borrowers did not noticeably went up. However, lending dynamics may deteriorate in the coming months due to the deepening crisis caused by large-scale anti-Russian sanctions, said Alexey Vedev, Head of the Financial Studies Department of the Gaidar Institute, at the International Congress of Financiers held in St. Petersburg in late April.
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