Monitoring of Russia’s Economic Outlook No.6 (150) May 2022

Publication date
Wednesday, 01.06.2022

Authors
Gaidar Institute and RANEPA composite

Series
Monitoring of Russia’s Economic Outlook

Annotation
Main topics of the issue: IMF and World Bank downgraded forecast for global economy growth in 2022—2023 and raised the inflation forecast for 2022; Current account balance rose in Q1 2022 amid record capital outflow; Industrial production dynamics in Q1 2022; The short- and long-term effects of economic sanctions on economic dynamics: the Yugoslav experience; The primary housing market: scenarios for the development; Changes in nineth-grade school leavers’ educational trajectory preferences.

Contents
1. IMF and World Bank downgraded forecast for global economy growth in 2022—2023 and raised the inflation forecast for 2022
Dzhunkeev U.  3
2. Current account balance rose in Q1 2022 amid record capital outflow
Bozhechkova A., Knobel A., Trunin P.  12
3. Industrial production dynamics in Q1 2022
Kaukin A., Miller E.  15
4. The short- and long-term effects of economic sanctions on economic dynamics: the Yugoslav experience
Sitkevich D.  19
5. The primary housing market: scenarios for the development
Ponomareva E.   23
6. Changes in nineth-grade school leavers’ educational trajectory preferences
Bedareva L., Lomteva Y.  28

Notes
The monitoring is prepared with participation of experts of the Gaidar Institute and the RANEPA.

Editorial board: Sergey Drobyshevsky, Vladimir Mau and Sergey Sinelnikov-Murylev.

Editors: Vladimir Gurevich and Andrei Kolesnikov.

The monitoring is prepared with participation of experts of the Gaidar Institute and the RANEPA.

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