How to Become One of the World’s Top Five Economies: Solutions for Russia

08 Jun , 12:00–13:15
The Russian Economy: Achieving National Development Goals
Congress Centre, conference hall B1

Russia’s aim to become one of the five largest economies in the world by 2024 is not just its central national socioeconomic development goal, it is also a guarantee that income and standards of living will resume growing across Russia. To achieve this goal, the Russian economy needs to grow at a rate higher than the world average and grow independently of the export of raw materials to stand in line with the most developed and modern economies in the world. How can this growth potential be realised? Can any Russian or international experiences implementing active stimulus policies be applied in Russia today?

Boris Titov, Presidential Commissioner of the Russian Federation for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights

Anastasiya Alekhnovich, Head, Institute for the Economy of Growth, Stolypin P.A.
Patrik Antoni, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Ingka Group Russia
Alexander Auzan, Dean, Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Vladislav Boutenko, Senior Partner, Managing Director, Chairman in Russia, BCG
Shlomo Weber, President, New Economic School
Maxim Volkov, General Director, Pikalevskaya Soda
Andrey Klepach, Deputy Chairman (Chief Economist) – Member of the Board, State Development Corporation "VEB.RF"
Vladimir Knyaginin, Vice Governor of St. Petersburg
Yakov Mirkin, Head of Department, Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Alexander Sokolov, President, Chairman of the Management Board, Bank of Non-Core Assets (NB TRUST Bank)
Evgeny Tarlo, Vice-President, Federal Union of Lawyers of Russia, President, Rule-of-Law-State Foundation, Doctor of Law
Ekaterina Trofimova, Partner, Deloitte CIS