Global demand for oil will likely grow at a slower rate, but the chances that this growth will nevertheless continue until 2035 are still high. Moreover, the European Union will remain Russia’s key trading partner, while China will increase its share of the global economy, but it won’t catch up with Russia in terms of GDP per capita by 2040. Experts discussed these and some other options for Russian economic development over the coming decades based on global trends at the expert discussion ‘The Russian Economy in the International Economic System’ at Higher School of Economics (HSE).
Friday, May 29
XXI April Academic Conference: Session ‘Energy and Climate: Economics and Politics’
HSE-RANEPA Open Talk: 'Does the Modern World Need More or Less Borders?'
Book Talk: Travelling Microbes in Central Europe
Seminar of the Laboratory of Algebraic Topology and Its Applications on ‘Disease Progression Models’
Saturday, May 30
Online Meeting with Argun Başkan on ‘Turkey and the Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic’