Along with personal computers, the digital economy originated in the 1980s and quickly began to evolve, with information and technology becoming a bigger and bigger determinant of a country’s economic growth. A new stage of this evolution is now upon us, with explosive technology and data transformation now becoming one of the decisive factors of production.
How to move from distrusting everything around you to new mutually beneficial alliances and partnerships? Can we achieve it in Eurasia? The participants of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum discussed these and other questions at TV debates organized by RT. Sergey Karaganov, Dean of HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, believes that both Russia and Europe should turn together to the East.
An agreement relating to the programme was signed by HSE and Roscongress Foundation at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum.