Evgeny Vinokurov

evgeny Vinokurov

Chief Economist, Eurasian Development Bank and Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development.

160 publications, including 15 books, on economic integration, international organizations, macroeconomics, economic development, and international cooperation. Authored a theory of enclaves, co-authored the concept of Eurasian continental integration. Ph.D.

EDB Macroeconomic Outlook 2023
The Eurasian Development Bank has published its Macroeconomic Outlook for 2023. The analysis summarises economic developments in the Bank’s member states in 2022 and provides key macroeconomic...
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The Economy of Central Asia: A Fresh Perspective
A new report by the Eurasian Development Bank focuses on structural changes in Central Asian economies. Over the past 20 years, Central Asian countries’ GDP has grown more than sevenfold, and at...
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International North–South Transport Corridor: Investments and Soft Infrastructure
The International North–South Transport Corridor (INSTC) becomes increasingly important as some EAEU countries reorientate their foreign trade and develop “new logistics.” For this reason, the...
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Technical Assistance of International Financial Institutions and Development Agencies in Eurasia
The Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (EFSD) has published a Working Paper “Technical Assistance of International Financial Institutions and Development Agencies in Eurasia”. The...
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Sharpening the Profile and Scope of the Global Financial Safety Net for Better Performance and Governance of the Financial Sector
EFSD experts took part in the T-20 (the G20 expert group) Summit and contributed research on international financial architecture. Within the task force "International Finance and Economic...
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International North–South Transport Corridor: Boosting Russia’s “pivot to the South” and Trans-Eurasian connectivity
Vinokurov E., Ahunbaev A., Zaboev A. (2022) International North–South Transport Corridor: Boosting Russia’s “pivot to the South” and Trans-Eurasian connectivity. Russian Journal of Economics...
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