3rd public seminar

Alternatives for World Economic Development (AWED)

Center for International Collaboration in Economic Research, Institute of Economics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow School of Economics (Moscow State University) with great pleasure invite you to participate in our third public international seminar “Alternatives for World Economic Development“ on:

“Problems of banking and monetary developments”

14 February 2019

Time: 15:00

Place: Institute of Economics of Russian Academy of Sciences

Moscow, 32 Nakhimovsky prospect, conference room

Language: English

Keynote speakers:

Reiner Martin– Lead Economist at Joint Vienna Institute; European Central Bank: “Secondary market solutions for Non-Performing Loans”

Andrei Vernikov– Senior Researcher at the Institute of Economics of Russian Academy of Sciences: “The relevance of Chinese experience in the area of banking”

Mikhail Golovnin– First Deputy Director of the Institute of Economics of Russian Academy of Sciences, corresponding member of Russian Academy of Sciences: “ImpactofExternalFactorsonRussianMonetaryPolicy”

Moderator:

Svetlana Glinkina–Chair of General Economic Theory Department of Moscow School of Economics, Head of International Economic and Political Studies Department of the Institute of Economics of Russian Academy of Sciences

Organizers:

Nikolay Nenovsky (University of Picardy Jules Verne, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia)

Mikhail Golovnin (Institute of Economics of Russian Academy of Sciences)

Svetlana Glinkina (Moscow School of Economics)

There is no participation fee for the seminar, but registration is required (until 12 February 2019).

Contacts:

Cornelia Sahling (cornelia.sahling@gmail.com)

Svetlana Nikitina (s.veta.nikitina@yandex.ru)

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