Monetary Policy as National Security Factor

#4. The Square of Transformation
Monetary Policy as National Security Factor

The article presents new approaches to foreign exchange and monetary policy required for progressive changes in the economy. It examines the features of the foreign exchange market formation in terms of exchange rate volatility, ruble depreciation, interest rate instability. The paper analyses advantages and disadvantages of weak and strong ruble, both in terms of the Russian economy development and in geo-economic context.

The Second Wave of 2012 – 2013 crisis, or System errors in Macroeconomic Policy of Ukraine and Russia

#8. The Repertoire of Domination
The Second Wave of 2012 – 2013 crisis, or System errors in Macroeconomic Policy of Ukraine and Russia

The economic crisis of 2009 – 2014 in Russia and Ukraine is not a result of the global financial crisis impact. The continuing deterioration of the Ukraine and Russia’s economies is caused primarily by inadequate macroeconomic policy, which cannot be optimal due to institutional character of its origin.

The Second Wave of 2012 – 2013 Crisis, or System Errors in Macroeconomic Policy of Ukraine and Russia

#7. Pandora’s Deceit
The Second Wave of 2012 – 2013 Crisis, or System Errors in Macroeconomic Policy of Ukraine and Russia

The economic crisis of 2009 – 2014 in Russia and Ukraine is not a result of the global financial crisis impact. The continuing deterioration of the Ukraine and Russia’s economies is caused primarily by inadequate macroeconomic policy, which cannot be optimal due to institutional character of its origin.