MOSCOW, October 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Issue No. 16 (54), 2017 of the analytical review, "Monitoring of Russia's Economic Outlook. Trends and challenges of social and economic development" is now available online. It provides an assessment of the most recent economic developments and outlook.
This issue's highlights:
- Inflation in Russia: a sharp deceleration in Q3 2017
- Regions in H1 2017: The crisis is almost over, but no growth in sight
- Food aid program: Support of the population or agriculture?
- Tax incentives: How to measure the effectiveness of tax incentives
- Tax manoeuvre in Russian petroleum industry
The report is prepared by experts of RANEPA and the Gaidar Institute.
All issues are available here
About the Monitoring of Russia's Economic Outlook:
This analytical review was first published in January 2015 as "Operative monitoring of the economic situation in Russia: Trends and challenges of socioeconomic development" and was aimed at assessing the current trends and changes in the Russian economy.
Experts from the Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy, the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) and the Russian Foreign Trade Academy of the Ministry for Economic Development help prepare data for monitoring. The editorial board is chaired by RANEPA Rector, Dr. Vladimir Mau.
RANEPA, the Gaidar Institute, and the Foreign Trade Academy are major expert analysis centers that provide consulting to Russian authorities and have unique expertise on socioeconomic issues.
For more contact details and information or expert opinions not available in the database, please contact RANEPA Press Service: Dmitry Sokolov and Alla Podmyatnikova.
Do not hesitate to contact us on any issue of your interest, and we will provide comments from RANEPA experts shortly. We are always willing to cooperate.