The article presents a promising model of standardization of valuation activities in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union, examines the main elements of the conceptual apparatus, the tasks and principles of standardization of appraisal activity, the model of organization of the standardization and international cooperation process, types of standards and issues of control and supervision of the application of evaluation standards in practice.
One of the information sources for analyzing and evaluating the countries’ competitive positions are the reports of international rating agencies and institutions. In 2016 the Eurasian Economic Commission prepared the analytical report assessing the level of economic development of the Eurasian Economic Union and the Member States in the international ratings system. In the framework of the work carried out not only the position of each country was analyzed, but the EAEC consolidated position as a weighted average value in proportion to the contribution of the Member State in the aggregate GDP of the Union was also calculated.
The article deals with regulating relations in the energy sector within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union, provisions of the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union dated 29 May 2014 in the energy field, cooperation prospects of Member States in the energy sector. The brief analysis of the “Energy” section of the Treaty of May 29, 2014 is done.
The article deals with the problems and achievements of the integration process in the Commonwealth of Independent States, an important step of which is formation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). With regard to the theory of optimum currency areas (OCA), the authors have developed a complex approach to assessing the prospects of the Eurasian economic and monetary integration. Based on the analysis of optimality indicators they make a conclusion on inexpediency of hypothetical formation of monetary union within the EAEU at the present stage.
The paper examines current state of affairs in Russian-Serbian trade relations, investment and economic ties in order to evaluate the prospects of bilateral and multilateral (within the EEU format) cooperation. On the base of comparative analysis of interim and final indicators of Serbia’s participation in international and regional economic organizations, the article designates priority development trends and directions for the country.
For guiding the process of European integration to address economic development goals it is necessary to develop and adopt a common strategy of commercial-economic policy of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), the Concept of integrated industrial and agricultural policies, as well as plans for their implementation. This involves harmonization of national and EAEU development policies: industrial, agricultural, scientific-technical, energy, transport etc. Subsequently it is necessary to create strategic planning system of the EAEU development, including long-term projections, the medium-term concepts and strategies for commercial, industrial, agricultural, scientific-technical policy, the main aspects of socio-economic, monetary and fiscal policies, as well as interstate programs and action plans for their implementation. As soon as possible it is required to develop and adopt strategic plan of EAEU development and its implementation program for the next decade. Such approach to planning development of Eurasian economic integration will allow to fully realize its potential and to achieve maximum macroeconomic effect in the member states.