The era of exponential growth in many emerging economies increasingly looks to be receding into history, setting off a debate on the potential merits of new approaches to economic policy. In the case of Russia, the country can continue to seek the optimum balance and speed of integration into the international economic space; secondly it needs to set its priorities and strike the right balance between traditional and more knowledge-intensive industries over the medium term, and finally, it will need to manage the classical debate on the government’s role in the economy. What is the correct path for Russia to deliver the next generation in growth? What problems must be overcome as the government takes strong action to resolve macroeconomic problems, yet introduces necessary liberalization measures which are important for long-term economic stability? What steps should be taken to attract investment to modernize the economy while increasing competitiveness?
"One of the key challenges for the Russian economy is diversifying the economy of innovations".
"We have to require more accountability from those who manage resources, make decisions, and shape policy through their actions".
"Institutional reforms and more rational use of existing revenues by the state could stimulate economic growth significantly".
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In cooperation with Deloitte
In cooperation with Gazprombank (Open Joint-Stock Company)