The decomposition of Russia’s GDP growth rates—methodological features and results
On November 5, the Laboratory for Systems Analysis of Industrial Markets of the Center for Industrial Markets Research of the Institute for Applied Economic Research, RANEPA held an open, general-academic online seminar “Decomposition of Russia's GDP growth rates - methodological features and results”.
The seminar discussed questions related to the methodology of the decomposition of GDP growth rates, assessing the dynamics of total factor productivity, (TFP) the level of structural unemployment in Russia, and the size of the output gap and analyzing the structure of economic growth rates (determining the contribution of the structural, foreign trade and market components), taking into account the forecast macroeconomic dynamics up to 2023. The event was attended by:
Pavel Nikolaevich Pavlov, senior researcher Laboratories for systems analysis of sectoral markets IPEI RANEPA.
Oleg Anatolyevich Zasov, Head of Direction - Macroeconomic Policy and Forecast, Deputy Director of the Institute for Research and Expertise of VEB.RF;
Ilya Borisovich Voskoboynikov, PhD, Leading Research Fellow, Laboratory for Research in Inflation and Growth of the Expert Institute of the HSE University.