In Expectation of Investment Growth

DOI: 10.33917/es-8.166.2019.16-23

At the present moment Russia faces the problem of increasing the economic growth rates to the average world rates. As the country economy was in crisis and post-crises conditions for several years, so the effective measures should be taken in all economic fields. Here, the question of investment activity comes to the fore. In spite of the fastening in economic growth as of 2018 according to the official data, investments in Russia in conditions of a high external and internal uncertainty have not yet recovered to pre-crisis level. The article raises the issue about necessity of creation a conductive investment environment, special measures and programmes orientated on the local and foreign investors which can help to increase the investments volume and quality and to promote Russia’s economic growth

Armenia Within the Eurasian Economic Union

DOI: 10.33917/es-7.165.2019.74-77

The Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), signed on May 29, 2014, entered into force on January 1, 2015. The purpose of the Union is to provide conditions for the stable economic development of member states by improving the living standards of the population, comprehensive modernization, cooperation and increasing the competitiveness of national economies. Armenia became part of the EAEU 2015 on January 2. At the same time, the most important problems for all countries remain: the problem of diversification of national industry; low competitiveness of the products of most manufacturers, a low share of high-tech products in exports, virtually no trade and investment cooperation between individual pairs of countries, the degree of public confidence in the integration group. The article discusses issues related to the economic development of Armenia within the EAEU, mutual trade with the EAEU member countries, the attitude of the population to the EAEU; the positive and negative aspects of Armenia’s participation in the EAEU, as well as possible ways to strengthen integration within the EAEU are revealed

Old New Tasks: What Does the Current Year Prepare for Us?

#4. Until the Thunder Breaks Out
Old New Tasks: What Does the Current Year Prepare for Us?

Change in the market index of the “Economic strategies” (MIES) for the first quarter of 2018 is considered. Contribution of the supply and demand indicators to the MIES is estimated. Analysis of industrial production is carried out.

Lingering Decrease

#3. TARGET'S Issue
Lingering Decrease

The paper considers changes of the “Economic Strategies” opportunistic index (OIES) in January-February 2015. The contribution of supply and demand indices into OIES is estimated. Industrial production analysis is performed.

Protracted Recession

#2. Liberal Indolence Inertia
Protracted Recession

The paper considers changes of the “Economic Strategies” opportunistic index (OIES) in January 2015. The contribution of supply and demand indices into OIES is estimated. Industrial production analysis is performed.

Uncertainty is Growing Up

#1. Change of Leader
Uncertainty is Growing Up

The paper considers changes of the “Economic Strategies” opportunistic index (OIES) in January-December 2014. The contribution of supply and demand indices into OIES is estimated. Industrial production analysis is performed.

On the Way to Recession

#10. Russia Concentrates?
On the Way to Recession

The paper considers changes of the “Economic Strategies” opportunistic index (OIES) in January-October 2014. The contribution of supply and demand indices into OIES is estimated. Industrial production analysis is performed.

Negative stability

#9. Execution Excess
Negative stability

The paper considers changes of the “Economic Strategies” opportunistic index (OIES) in January-September 2014. The contribution of supply and demand indices into OIES is estimated. Industrial production analysis is performed.

Market Situation has Crossed the Rubicon

#8. Some Time in Petrograd...
Market Situation has Crossed the Rubicon

The paper considers changes of the “Economic Strategies” opportunistic index (OIES) in January-August 2014. The contribution of supply and demand indices into OIES is estimated. Industrial production analysis is performed.

Market Situation Crisis

#6-7. 100 Years of War: The Point of Beginning
 Market Situation Crisis

The paper considers changes of the “Economic Strategies” opportunistic index (OIES) in January-July 2014. The contribution of supply and demand indices into OIES is estimated. Industrial production analysis is performed.