Russia’s rich resource base and well-educated population offer a strong foundation for global competitiveness. However, many of the country’s best and brightest often look abroad for economic opportunities. What changes in public policy, as well as private sector approaches, can ensure that Russia-based talent reaches its full potential?
“Engineers are a main productive force in society. They are the “proletariat” of the modern world.”
“No matter how talented you are, you are still limited in what you know. So, one has to go back to school and learn from the world’s best. Learning must be global.”
“There is going to be a war for talent and whoever wins this war is going to have an impact on the relative performance of cities, regions, companies and countries.”
In cooperation with Citi
In cooperation with World Bank
In cooperation with MTS