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Georgy V. Ostapkovich

  • Georgy V. Ostapkovich has been at HSE since 2009.

Education

1972

Diploma
Moscow Institute of Economics and Statistics


Publications283

Low Demand Limits Russia's 2013 Growth

Russian industry's main economic indicators do not suggest it is on its way to recovery in the second half of 2013.

The New Times

UNIDO Report on CIS Countries’ Industrial Statistics is Published, Prepared With Participation of HSE ISSEK Experts

Organisers and participants of the UNIDO project “Improving Industrial Statistics, and Developing Statistical Indicators for Analysing Industry Development in the CIS countries” discussed results of the project’s analytical component at a workshop in Sochi. An important contribution to the project was made by Liudmila Kitrar, UNIDO Consultant and Deputy Director of the HSE ISSEK Centre for Business Tendencies Studies (CBTS), and the CBTS staff.

ISSEK Experts Took Part in Improving the CIS Countries’ Industrial Statistics in the Scope of the UNIDO Project

Preprint “Industrial Development in the CIS: Re-industrialisation Trends and Potential” is published at the UNIDO official website. The publication presents statistical analysis of the scale and trends of manufacturing industry development in Russia and the CIS countries, focusing on efficiency of integration processes, quality of industrial policy, and strengthening competitiveness.

The Corner of Russia’s Economy Where Crisis Rages Unabated

Bloomberg: As Russia’s government counts the months to an economic rebound, a bellwether of investment is nearing levels of distress last seen during the throes of a recession seven years ago. The value of construction works plunged 9 percent from a year earlier in May, the worst showing since October, even as industrial production grew for a second month and consumer indicators from real wages to unemployment improved. A gauge of business confidence in construction dropped to minus 19 last quarter, only two points above the trough reached in 2009, according to a report by an institute at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.

61%

was the average capacity utilization level at Russian manufacturing companies in July, the lowest number seen in three years.