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The Impact of the EAEU on the Armenia's Trade Policy Transformation

Student: Narek Panosyan

Supervisor: Tatyana Mihaylovna Isachenko

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: World Economy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The master's thesis is carried out within the framework of the theory of integration in trade in goods. Within the framework of this master's thesis, changes in the trade policy of the Republic of Armenia and foreign trade of the country under the conditions of the EAEU are being studied. The study identified both static and dynamic effects affecting the economy of the country. This dissertational work was carried out using methods to study the theoretical implications of integration on the welfare of member states and third countries, to carry out a comparative analysis of the level of economic development of the EAEU five states based on international ratings, assessing the dynamics of foreign trade, calculating the integrated competitiveness index and the index of the identified comparative advantage (the Balashi index). Key words: trade policy, foreign trade, goods, Republic of Armenia, ЕAEU, transformation, integration, integration process.

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