30-31 march 2017
MSU Shuvalov Housing, Moscow. Key theme: “The turn of the world history. Russia’s new strategy”
March 31st, 2017
The 5th Moscow Economic Forum is over. Participants summed up its results at the final plenary discussion. Ruslan Grinberg, co-chairman of the Forum, scientific director of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said that five years ago the Forum was created as a platform where people with different world views can present their opinions. Pluralism of opinions is still a key component of the MEF. more
March 31st, 2017
The rapidly changing geopolitical situation in the world calls into question the existing economic, social and political models. Will the decline of globalization lead to the formation of new political and economic regional unions? more
March 30th, 2017
What management and personnel mechanisms should be launched in order for the development strategy of Russia to work really, - answered the participants of the conference «The crisis of public administration — is there a solution» more
March 30th, 2017
China has a huge potential source of investment resources. Under what conditions this potential will be realized in Russia, experts of the Moscow Economic Forum discussed on March 30 at the roundtable "Investment Bridge. Cooperation between the Russian Federation and the PRC. Achieved level, problems and prospects". more
March 30th, 2017
On March 30 In the Moscow State University within the framework of the Moscow Economic Forum (MEF), a round table entitled "Sustainable development as the basis of Russia's strategy" has been held. The moderator was Sergei Bobylev, head of the Department of Economics of Nature Management of the Moscow State University more
March 30th, 2017
The Moscow Economic Forum was a platform for discussing the expert potential in Russia. Representatives of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation and the association «Opora Russia», as well as federal and regional authorities attended the discussion. more
March 30th, 2017
A critical situation has developed in the vast majority of Russian regions. The colossal gap between Moscow and other subjects of the Russian Federation only increases, people are forced to leave their native cities to make a living. more
March 30th, 2017
The Moscow Economic Forum in 2017, during discussions, proposed alternative options for Russia's new strategy in the face of the development of the digital economy. Scientists, representatives of state corporations, economists took part in the discussion. more
March 30th, 2017
On March 30, within the framework of the Moscow Economic Forum, a round table under the title "Weak ruble and its impact on the economy and society. Short, medium and long-term forecast” was held, during which participants discussed how the value of the Russian currency correlates with the level of inflation and oil prices, does the ruble have the potential to strengthen beyond the peg to oil, and how the geopolitical situation affects the course's change. more
March 30th, 2017
Until recently, the volume of trade between the Russian Federation and the countries of Europe and Asia has steadily grown, investment and business activity of foreign business in our country has increased, but unfavorable economic factors and sanctions have led to a decline in interaction. more
March 30th, 2017
The crisis of the main systemic parties and the neoliberal model leads to the search for new ideas from parties and movements of the most diverse spectrum all over the world. more
March 30th, 2017
Why is it important to take into account the sectoral balance and human needs in the development strategy of Russia, told Sergey Serebryakov, director of the Petersburg Tractor Plant JSC, at the II Plenary discussion "What development strategy will work in modern Russia?" more
March 30th, 2017
Official forecasts of the development of the Russian economy are based on an extremely passive and pessimistic scenario. Experts of the Moscow Economic Forum discussed alternative strategies for Russia's development in the framework of the round table "From stagnation to development: how to achieve the realization of Russia's potential and ensure real growth?» more
March 30th, 2017
A discussion on how the new global technological structure influences the economic processes in Russia was said at the round table of the Moscow Economic Forum titled " Russian economic model in the context of global changes: threats and prospects". more
March 30th, 2017
On March 30, within the framework of the Moscow Economic Forum, the conference "Russian Agrarian Sector: Development Strategy" was held, the participants of which discussed the importance of a literate and strategically considered agrarian policy for our country.
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March 30th, 2017
James K. Galbraith, professor of the School of Public Relations named after Lyndon Johnson talked on the issue of inequality and the growing gap between the rich and poor more
March 30th, 2017
March 30, in the framework of the 5th Moscow Economic Forum in Moscow State University. The conference "The Crisis of Capitalism: Social-Democratic Response" has been held. The participants discussed the challenges and tasks facing the Social-Democratic forces in Russia today. more
March 30th, 2017
One of the key topics of the Moscow Economic Forum is the search for a way to develop the Russian economy, which allows achieving sustainable growth and industrial development. more
March 30th, 2017
On March 30, within the framework of the Moscow Economic Forum (MEF), a Round Table " The view of Russia’s traditional confessions on the ethics of monetary policy" was held. more
March 30th, 2017
On March 30, within the framework of the 5th Moscow Economic Forum, the conference "Strategies for Forming the Economics of Knowledge and Innovation in Russia" was held. The moderator was the senior lecturer of the Department of Economics of Innovative Development of Moscow State University Alexander Voronov. more

About the forum

Moscow Economic Forum is an international expert platform for working out strategic decisions and anti-crisis programs aimed at the development of Russia's economic policy.

At the forum the contradictions of the course of Russia's development dominant today are analysed, the potential of alternative development and opportunities for its implementation are evaluated.

In 2013 the Forum was held for the first time. Venue — the Moscow State University — the oldest classic University in Russia. The Russian center of science and culture.

About MEF-2017

Central Forum will be held in Moscow on March 30–31 and will focus on:
“The turn of the world history. Russia’s new strategy”

Location: Shuvalov Housing, MSU named after M.V. Lomonosov
Address: Moscow, Lomonosovsky Prospekt, 27, Building 4

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Its 25 years since the beginning of market reforms in Russia. False guidance provoked a prolonged lag of Russia behind the world powers. We are keeping the wrong course and it is not planned to change.

What do we have to do in order for Russia to become the world leader to year 2025? / How will it reflect on life of every citizen? / Is there an alternative to liberal policy in Russia?

On this and many other we will speak on Moscow Economic Forum March 30–31, 2017.

MEF-2016

Main theme of the MEF 2016 was “25 years of market reforms in Russia and the world. What's next?”. Failure to understand the importance of the problems of creating economic subjects of the market economy, the wrong allocation of resources, the concept of shock therapy, because of which the bulk of the high-tech industries was lost, and gradualism led to expensive errors. The processes that occurred in our country in the recent past, allegedly in order to increase competition, have been tampered with destructive model, parasitizing on natural resources. The main result of MEF 2016: the Russian government needs the new course of economic policy.

Among the participants:
Dominique Strauss-Kahn — Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund from 2007 to 2011;
Gores Alferov — Nobel Prize in Physics (2000), Vice-President of RAS;
Giulietto Chiesa — an Italian journalist, writer and public figure;
Sergei Kolesnikov — President of the company “Technonikol”;
Vittorio Torrembini — Chairman of the Association of Italian entrepreneurs in Russia GIM-Unimpresa;
Nathan Hunt — Chairman of the Board, CERBA Moscow, Founder.

MEF-2015

Main theme of the MEF 2015 was “A new course. Time does not wait”. Neoliberalism has exhausted itself — the conclusion made by the Forum. However, it dominates the economic policy, culture and education. This is a hindrance to the further development of Russia, which has huge potential. Non-commodity production creates a demand for skilled creative staff, the conditions for the emergence and implementation of various innovations, the conditions for technological, social and demographic progress, and it creates a request to improve the human environment.

Among the participants:
Evgeniy Savchenko — the Governor of the Belgorod region;
Daisuke Kotegawa — Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from Japan in 2007–2010;
Sergei Arbuzov — Chairman of the Association “Research Center of economic and socio-cultural development of the CIS countries, Central and Eastern Europe”;
Tair Mansurov — Member of the Board (Minister) of Energy and Infrastructure of the Eurasian Economic Commission;
Valeriy Fadeev — editor in chief of the magazine “Expert” (1998), a member of the Public Chamber.

About MEF-2015 (pdf-file)
MEF-2014

The slogan of MEF-2014 is “For the development of production!” In the modern world, if the nation does create, it becomes sick deprives itself of the future. The development of national production makes science and education popular, increases the welfare of the population, improves the moral climate in society, sets new ambitious goals for the young generations, moves the economy forward, makes life and work in the country comfortable and the future — clear and promising. At the Forum the participants discussed how the economic policy should change so that the production becomes profitable in Russia.

Among the participants:
Grzegorz Kolodko — professor in Kozminsky University, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Poland (1994–1997, 2002–2003);
Yevgeny Primakov — Chairman of the Government of Russia (1998–1999);
Vladimir Yakunin — head of JSC “Russian Railways”;
Kerstin Kaiser — member of Parliament of Brandenburg, Germany;
Sergey Glazyev — Advisor to the President of Russia, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

About MEF-2014 (pdf-file)

MEF-2013

The first Forum was held under the slogan “against market fundamentalism — for sound economic policy”. The participants agreed that the current ultra-liberal policy in Russia has not justified itself. For the last 22 years in the country 20 000 industrial enterprises and 15 000 settlements disappeared, the population decreased, the unemployment increased. The Forum produced proposals for reforms in tax, industrial, agricultural and monetary policies, which allow to realize Russian development potential.

Among the participants:
Immanuel Wallerstein — professor of Yale University, USA;
Viktor Sadovnichiy — rector of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov;
Zhores Alferov — winner of the Nobel prize in physics 2000, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
Alfred Gusenbauer — Federal Chancellor of Austria in 2007–2008;
Askar Akayev — academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the first President of Kyrgyzstan.

About MEF-2013 (pdf-file)

Co-chairmen of MEF

Konstantin Babkin
Konstantin Babkin
Co-chairman of the Moscow Economic Forum, President of the Industrial Union “Novoe Sodruzhestvo”
Victor Sadovnichy
Victor Sadovnichy
Co-chairman of the Moscow Economic Forum, Rector of Lomonosov Moscow State University
Ruslan Grinberg
Ruslan Grinberg
Co-chairman of the Moscow Economic Forum, Scientific director of the Institute of Economy of the RAS (Russian Academy of Sciences)

Program

Key theme: “The turn of the world history. Russia’s new strategy

March 30th, 2017. Thursday
08.00–10.00
1st floor, Hall
Registration of participants

10.00–10.30
2nd Floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
Opening of the Forum

10.30–12.00
2nd Floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
I Plenary discussion
“Confused man between despair and hope: the world situation and the Russian specificity”
Theme of discussion:
The problem of inequality and social disadvantage are particularly acute for public security today, all over the world. Which measures will help us overcome these challenges?

Moderator:
Ruslan Grinberg, Co-chairman of the Moscow Economic Forum, scientific director of the Institute of Economics

Speakers:
James K. Galbraith, Professor of the School of Public Relations named after Lyndon Johnson, Chairman of the organization “United Economists For the reduction of armaments” (ECAAR)
Sergey Bodrunov, Chairman of the Free Economic Society of Russia, Chairman of the International Committee of the MEF
Yuri Boldyrev, Member of the Editorial Board of the Russian business magazine, economist, writer
Grzegorz Kolodko, Professor of Kozminsky University, Minister of Finance of Poland (1994–1997, 2002–2003)
Oksana Dmitrieva, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Budget and Taxes
Oleg Smolin, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Education and Science in the State Duma of the RF, Chairman of the All-Russian Public Movement “Education for all”
Marco Riccheri, General Secretary of the European Institute for Political, Economic and Social Research (EURISPES)
Alexander Buzgalin, Professor of the Moscow State University named after M.V.  Lomonosov


12.00–12.30
2nd Floor, Atrium
Coffee break

12.30–14.00
2nd Floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
II Plenary Discussion
“Which development strategy will work in modern Russia?”
Theme of discussion:
The need to change the present course of development is in the air. This is indicated by all. The authors of the most popular economic strategies are invited to the meeting. They will discuss which program promises the greatest success in modern conditions.

Moderator:
Konstantin Babkin, Co-chairman of the Moscow Economic Forum, President of Industrial Union “New Commonwealth”

Speakers:
Sergey Glaziev, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation
Boris Titov, Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs’ Rights
Wang Wen, Executive Dean, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY)
Dmitry Kurochkin, Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Russia
Oleg Zelensky, Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Halych Truck Crane Plant” JSC, “Klintsy Truck Crane Plant” JSC
Oleg Bochkarev, Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Military-Industrial Commission of the Russian Federation
Nikolai Kolomeitsev, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee for Labor, Social Policy and Veterans Affairs


14.00–15.00
2nd floor, Atrium, 1st floor, MSU Canteen
Dinner

15.00–16.30
Conferences, round tables № 1–13

15.00–16.30
2nd floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
№1. Round table “A new conservative agenda for Russia and the world”
On the theme:
Discussion in the format of podium discussion is on the new global conservative agenda: why the political mainstream is helpless before the challenges of modernity and is not able to meet the needs and expectations of an increasing number of people around the world. Participants of the event will present an analysis of conservative political trends in Europe and the US, and discuss prospects for consolidating the efforts of conservative parties. Russian experts will present their vision of a conservative agenda for Russian policy.

Among participants:
Ivan Bloh, Konstantin Babkin, Gianluca Savoini, Luciano Sandona, Serge Trifkovic, Andrey Kolyadin, Nathan Hunt

Moderator:
Alexey Lapushkin, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Secretary of the Federal Council of “PARTIA DELA”


15.00–18.30
1st floor, V3, Simultaneous translation
№2. Conference “New industrial society: reboot”
On the theme:
Fifty years after the publication of the book by J. K. Galbraith, “The New Industrial Society”, the world is returning to the tasks of reindustrialization. However, the new century requires a reboot of the Galbraith model. For this, it is required to carry out a change in the economic model to a course that ensures not just a reindustrialization of the economy, but a transition to a new industrial economy. The report will be maade by the son of John K. Galbraith — Professor James K. Galbraith.

Among participants:
James K. Galbraith, Viktor Ryazanov, Andrey Kolganov, Wu Li, Andrey Gorodetsky, David Leibman, David Lane, Javier Richter, Dmitry Sorokin, Montu Saxena, Jeffrey Sommers, Ivan Starikov, Jean-Louis Truel, Georgy Tsagolov, Chen Hong, David Epshtein

Moderator:
Sergey Bodrunov, Chairman of the Free Economic Society of Russia, Chairman of the International Committee of the MEF


15.00–16.30
1st floor, V2, Simultaneous translation
№3. Round table “The Great Eurasian Partnership: Challenges, Issues, Opportunities”
On the theme:
What will be the content and main strategic directions for the implementation of the Strategy for the establishment of a stable multi-polar world order on the basis of partnership of civilizations, institutions and mechanisms ensuring the overcoming of the global civilizational crisis and reaching the trajectory of sustainable development with the key role of Russia, China and other leading powers of the ascending civilizations.

Among participants:
Sergey Glazyev, Yury Yakovets, Askar Akaev, Li Yongquan, Li Yonghiy, John Ross, Jacobine von Freitag-Loringgiven, Vladimir Remyga, Elmira Krylatykh, Andrey Ostrovsky, Dmitry Chistilin, Valery Petrosyan, Yury Kofner

Moderators:
Alexander Ageev, Academician of the RANS, President of the Institute of Economic Strategies, RAS
Alexander Savoisky, Corresponding member RANS, scientific secretary of the International Institute of Pitirim Sorokin – Nikolai Kondratiev


15.00–16.30
1st floor, V5
№4. Round table “Russian Revolution: lessons for future economy”

15.00–16.30
6th floor, А619
№5. Conference “Russian Agrarian Sector: Development Strategy”

15.00–16.30
7th floor, G702
№6. Round table “The view of Russia’s traditional confessions on the ethics of monetary policy”

15.00–16.30
8th floor, G802
№7. Round table “Freedom. Justice. Solidarity. Development”

15.00–16.30
8th floor, Е834
№8. Conference “5 years of social reform: results”

15.00–18.30
7th floor, Е740
№9. Round table “Russian economic model in the context of global changes: threats and prospects”

15.00–16.30
6th floor, А617
№10. Conference “World financial space: vectors of movement and participation of the Russian Federation”

15.00–16.30
3rd floor, Е359
№11. Conference “Practices of postsocialism: lessons for Russia”

15.00–16.30
8th floor, Е823
№12. Conference “Strategies for the formation of the knowledge and innovation economy in Russia”

15.00–16.30
Dostoevskaya metro station, Delegatskaya, 7, p.1, 2nd floor, 221 cab., Business Russia
№13. Round table “How to protect the domestic producer in the face of changing geopolitical realities?”

16.30–17.00
2nd Floor, Atrium
Coffee break

17.00–18.30
Conferences, round tables № 14–27

17.00–18.30
2nd floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
№14. Round table “The crisis of capitalism: the Social-Democratic response”
On the theme:
It is a mistake to think that only rich countries can afford to develop socially-oriented development. If the country's leadership uses the fact of poverty to justify the underfunding of education, science, health and culture, it simply shirks responsibility for the future of its own society. The world needs to restore a democratic, socially-oriented model of development that removes the limitations of old practices based on the synthesis of freedom, justice and solidarity for development.

Among participants:
Sergey Arbuzov, Alexander Buzgalin, Tatyana Vorozheikina, Svetlana Glinkina, Mikhail Gorshkov, Andrey Kolganov, Galina Kolesnikova, Boris Kravchenko, David Laibman, Marco Ricceri, Vladimir Obolensky, Montu Saxena, Jeffrey Sommers, Boris Slavin

Moderator:
Ruslan Grinberg, Co-chairman of the Moscow Economic Forum, scientific director of the Institute of Economics


17.00–18.30
1st floor, V5
№15. Round table “From stagnation to development: how to achieve the realization of Russia’s potential and ensure real growth?”

17.00–18.30
1st floor, D4
№16. Round table “From financial strangulation to tax incentives: economic development in the face of growing pressure on business”

17.00–18.30
1st floor, D5
№17. Round table “How we see Russia in 10 years: spirituality, morality, culture”

17.00–18.30
1st floor, V2, Simultaneous translation
№18. Round table “New geopolitical trends and image of Russia in the world”
On the theme:
The crisis of the main system parties and the neoliberal model leads to the search for new ideas from parties and movements of the most diverse spectrum in all World. Traditional parties coordinate systems meet the aspirations of voters less and less, people are waiting for a renewed political agenda, and in these queries you can find elements of both left and conservative ideas. In these discussions, the factor of Russia plays an important role today.

Among participants:
Ivan Bloh, Lutz Brangsh, Karine Gevorgyan, Wesley Irwin, Hauke Ritz, Boris Kagarlitsky, Kerstin Kaiser, Jonathan Tennenbaum, Constantine Cheremnykh

Moderator:
Marine Voskanyan, Journalist, political scientist, member of the organizing committee of the MEF


17.00–18.30
1st floor, V1
№19. Round table “Economic interaction between Russia and foreign business through the eyes of the CCI and business associations”

17.00–18.30
1st floor, D3
№20. Round table “Weak ruble and its impact on the economy and society. Short, medium and long-term forecast”

17.00–18.30
6th floor, А619
№21. Conference “The crisis of public administration — is there a solution?” (with the participation of Primakov–Maslyukov government members, as well as the Association of Ministers of the Soviet Government)

17.00–18.30
6th floor, А617
№22. Round table “Digital economy in providing strategic planning”

17.00–18.30
8th floor, G802
№23. Round table “The crisis in the Russian regions search for new solutions to old problems”

17.00–18.30
8th floor, Е823
№24. Round table “Expert support of the state economic policy: challenges and problems”

17.00–18.30
3rd floor, Е359
№25. Round table “Sustainable development as the basis of Russia’s strategy”

17.00–18.30
7th floor, G702
№26. Round table “Investment Bridge. Cooperation between the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China. The level reached, problems and prospects”

17.00–18.30
8th floor, Е834
№27. Round table “Meeting of the Bureau of the Scientific Council of the RAS on complex problems of Eurasian integration, modernization, competitiveness and sustainable development”

18.30–19.30
2nd Floor, Atrium
Finishing coffee

March 31th, 2017. Friday
08.00–09.00
1st floor, Hall
Registration of the new participants

09.00–10.30
Conferences, round tables № 28–41

09.00–10.30
2nd floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
№28. Conference “Russian-German economic relations: reboot”
On the theme:
Russian-German economic relations have undergone serious tests against the backdrop of political and economic crises in recent years. Does this situation change today? How does the global geopolitical agenda and global economic trends affect Russian-German relations? Experts will discuss the role that economic ties between Russia and Germany could play to improve relations between countries.

Among participants:
Horst Telchik, Dietrich Moeller, Konstantin Babkin, Ruslan Grinberg, Horst Telchik, Dmitry Kurochkin

Moderators:
Andrei Kobyakov, an economist and publicist, member of the Organizing Committee of the MEF
Falk Tischendorf, managing partner of the Moscow office of the law firm BEITEN BURKHARDT, Chairman of the European Committee for the MEF


09.00–10.30
1st floor, V5
№29. Round table “Russia–Ukraine: Are Bridges Ready to Be Built?”

09.00–10.30
1st floor, D5
№30. Round table “How to grow national innovation corporations of the world level?”

09.00–10.30
1st floor, D2
№31. Round table “Structural priorities of the new model of Russian economic development”

09.00–10.30
6th floor, А619
№32. Round table “The Central Bank of Russia: Fighting Inflation or Finances for development?”

09.00–10.30
1st floor, V1
№33. Conference “To overcome stagnation: the potential of Russian education, science and culture”

09.00–10.30
7th floor, Е740
№34. Round table “MEF as unifier: old political opponents seek agreement in the face of common threats”

09.00–10.30
8th floor, G802
№35. Round table “Raising the retirement age in Russia: problems and solutions. Are there any alternatives?”

09.00–10.30
7th floor, G702
№36. Conference “Forcing the digital economy: opportunities and risks”

09.00–10.30
6th floor, А617
№37. Round table “Public diplomacy and strategic communications in the implementation of Russia’s strategic goals”

09.00–10.30
8th floor, Е823
№38. Round table “Development of human capital as a renewable source of competitiveness of the country”

09.00–10.30
8th floor, Е834
№39. Round table “Management of science-intensive production in Russia: new technologies, barriers and risks”

09.00–10.30
Izmailovskaya metro station, 4th Parkovaya, 29. All-Russian center of living standards. Fl.4. Conference Hall
№40. Round table “Noosphere imperative and the foundations of the development strategy of Russia for the perspective of the 21st century”

09.00–10.30
Kaluzhskaya metro station, Profsoyuznaya, 65. Institute for Control Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Small Conference Нall, 1st floor
№41. Conference “Twenty-fourth Drucker Readings”

10.30–11.00
2nd Floor, Atrium
Coffee break

11.00–12.30
2nd Floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
III Plenary discussion
“On the way to the New World Economic Order”

Moderator:
Robert Nigmatulin, Academician RAS, Director of the Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences

Speakers:
Daisuke Kotegawa, Executive Director representing Japan at the IMF (2007– 2010)
Alexander Nekipelov, RAS Academician, Director of the Moscow School of Economics of Moscow State University
Horst Telchik, Former advisor on foreign policy and security of ex-chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl, chairman of the Munich Conferences on Security in 1999 – 2008
Vladimir Yakunin, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Research Institute “Dialogue of Civilizations”
Bakyt Torobayev, The deputy of the parliament of the 6th convocation of the Kyrgyz Republic, the leader of the parliamentary faction “Onuguu-Progress”
Helmut Scholz, Member of the European Parliament from the Left Party of Germany, member of the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee
Dmitry Strezhnev, Chairman of the Board of Directors of OJSC EuroChem MHC
Oleg Morozov, Member of the Federation Council Committee on Foreign Affairs


12.30–13.00
2nd Floor, Atrium
Coffee break

13.00–14.30
2nd Floor, Conference Hall, Simultaneous translation
The final plenary discussion. Summing up the results of the Forum

14.30–15.30
2nd Floor, Atrium
Buffet

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Konstantin Babkin
Konstantin Babkin
President of the Industrial Union “Novoe Sodruzhestvo”
“Russia has everything for dynamic development. The only thing missing is economic policy, specific measures that would take the country forward”
Grzegorz Kolodko
Grzegorz Kolodko
Professor of Kozminsky University, Minister of Finance of Poland (1994–1997, 2002–2003)
“What happened to your technologies? They were the best in the world in some spheres of industry one generation ago”
Vladimir Yakunin
Vladimir Yakunin
Russian statesman, President of JSC “Russian Railways”
“Russia is on the place that makes our economic planners speak not just about the necessity of leaving the existing model of the economy, but also develop practical measures”
Yevgeniy Primakov
Yevgeniy Primakov
Academician of the RAS, President of the Nonprofit Partnership “Mercury Club”
“We should develop a program of state’s participation in technological progress of our economy”
Immanuel Wallerstein
Immanuel Wallerstein
Professor of Yale University, the USA
“It is impossible to predict which way the world economy will follow, what will be the collective choice. But it can be stated that we have a huge potential to affect future choices”
Viktor Sadovnichiy
Viktor Sadovnichiy
Rector of the Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences
“The main idea of the forum is to unite the efforts of economists, political scientists, philosophers, mathematicians around the idea, what the economy should be in the future”
Ruslan Grinberg
Ruslan Grinberg
Scientific director of the Institute of Economy of the RAS (Russian Academy of Sciences)
“It is necessary to develop the policy of stimulating of domestic production. Otherwise, the country will lose the scientific-technical potential 5–6 years later”
Alfred Gusenbauer
Alfred Gusenbauer
Austrian politician, Federal Chancellor of Austria in 2007–2008
“Today, social justice is a prerequisite for economic success”
Zhores Alferov
Zhores Alferov
Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Nobel prize winner, academician
“All science is applied. The only difference is that some applications arise quickly and some — after centuries”
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