The new structure of international economic relations has radically changed almost all the global rules of the game: imports, exports, supply chains and logistics, taxation, incentive programs. There is hardly an area of the economy that has not been affected by these developments. The old economic model obviously needs to be reconsidered. There are no easy recipes: there will be a long and hard work for many years to come. What should replace the old sources of growth? And where to get funding for large-scale structural adjustment of the economy?
Igor Shuvalov, Chairman, VEB.RF
Sofya Donets, Chief Economist for Russia and CIS, Renaissance Capital
Alexander Isakov, Chief Economist for Russia, VTB
Evgeny Kogan, Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Marcel Salikhov, President, Institute for Energy and Finance Foundation
Oleg Shibanov, Academic Director of the SKOLKOVO-NES Centre for Research in Financial Technologies and Digital Economy, Professor of Finance at New Economic School (NES)