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Laboratory for Research in Inflation and Growth

Publications
Book
Structural Changes and Industrial Development in BRICS

Kuznetsov B., Gimpelson V. E., Yakovlev A. A. et al.

NY: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Article
Structural change, expanding informality and labor productivity growth in Russia

Voskoboynikov I.

Review of Income and Wealth. 2020. Vol. 66. No. 2. P. 394-417.

Book chapter
Economic growth and sectoral developments, 1990-2008 In press

Voskoboynikov I.

In bk.: The Economic History of Central, East and South-East Europe: 1800 to the Present. Routledge, 2020. Ch. 15.

Working paper
Global slowdown and the Russian economy

Voskoboynikov I.

Monthly report. WIIW Monthly report. The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, 2019

News

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10 July 2020

Prospects for economic recovery in Russia

The 7th issue of “Voprosy Ekonomiki”  (Questions of Economics) contains the speeches of the participants of “Long-term economic growth in Russia: prospects for recovery” round table, which took place on April 12 as part of the “April XXI” conference. The publication includes materials by Natalia Akindinova, Marek. Dabrovski, Alexandr Shirov, Dmitry Belousov, Ilya Voskoboynikov and Evsey Gurvich.

2 June 2020

Presentation of the HSE report based on Russia KLEMS data

The presentation was held on May 29, featuring IlyaVoskoboynikov, Eduard Baranov, Ksenia Bobyleva, Rostislav Kapelyushnikov, Dmitri Piontkovski, Anton Tolokonnikov, Alexander Roskin.
The report was presented by Ilya Voskoboynikov (HSE University), the discussion was led by Alexandr Shirov (IEF RAS), and the presentation was moderated by Evsey Gurvich (EEG)

22 May 2020

Long-term economic growth in Russia: prospects for recovery

On May 12 the roundtable was held, chaired by Evsey Gurvich, head of the Economic Expert Group. Topical issues of economic growth were discussed, including prospects after the coronavirus pandemic and forecasts for the short-term and long-term growth rates of the Russian economy. The current budget policy, the experience of recovery after the crises of 1998 and 2008, and sectoral growth drivers, in particular, were considered.

The aim of the Laboratory's activity is to focus young researchers' (teachers and students) efforts on research of the most topical scientific problems of monetary theory and the theory of economic growth. Such activity is closely connected with the educational process and develops students' skills in active research work, while at the same time helping to introduce the obtained results into educational courses and lists of problems discussed at seminars.

One of our priority projects is Russia KLEMS, which studies the industrial performance of the Russian economy in the international perspective.