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COVID-2019 and the Future of the Belt and Road Initiative
Vinokurov E. (2020) COVID-2019 and the Future of the Belt and Road Initiative. Asian Financial Cooperation Association (AFCA) Working Paper WP/2020-12/78. AFCA: Beijing. As a cross-border...
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Trans-Eurasian Container Traffic: a Belt and Road Success Story
Vinokurov E. (2020) Trans-Eurasian Container Traffic: a Belt and Road Success Story. Asian Financial Cooperation Association (AFCA) Working Paper WP 20-03/69. AFCA: Beijing.   In this...
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Kyrgyz Republic Debt Sustainability and External Shocks
Evgeny Vinokurov, Natalya Lavrova, Viktoria Petrenko (2020) Kyrgyz Republic Debt Sustainability and External Shocks. EFSD Working Paper WP/20/1. EDB: Moscow. The EFSD published its new Working...
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Top-10 Risks for Eurasia in 2020
The Risk Rating “Top-10 Risks for Eurasia in 2020” was presented at the fifth meeting of Astana Club under the guidance the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. 40...
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The Belt and Road Initiative: A Russian Perspective
Vinokurov E. (2019) The Belt and Road Initiative: A Russian Perspective. In: Kohli, H., Linn, J., Zucker L. (eds.) China's Belt and Road Initiative: Potential Transformation of Central Asia and the...
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Is It Really Different? Patterns of Regionalization in the Post-Soviet Asia
Frankfurt School Working Paper 155. Final version: Libman A., Vinokurov E. (2011) Is it really different? Patterns of regionalization in the post-Soviet Central Asia. Post-Communist...
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International Financial Centre in Moscow: What Would it Take?
 World Finance Review, December The idea of Moscow becoming one of the global financial centres reflects a concentrated vision of a broad set of goals for the development of the financial...
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The Art of Survival: Kyrgyz Labor Migration, Human Capital, and Social Networks
In: Laruelle, M. (ed.) Kyrgyzstan: Political Pluralism and Economic Challenges. The George Washington University: Washington D.C. P. 49-57. Between 15 to 20% of Kyrgyzstan’s total population...
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From the Post-Soviet to Eurasian Integration. Functional Analysis of Economic Sectors
Advancement towards various continental Eurasian common markets, based on the development of common infrastructure, brings significant economic benefits. We highlight common electric power...
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