Enclaves and Exclaves
Economy of the Eurasian Continent
Category: Economy of the Eurasian Continent
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...
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...
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...
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...
Emerging Eurasian Continental Integration: Trade, Investments, and Infrastructure
Vinokurov E. (2014) Emerging Eurasian Continental Integration: Trade, Investments, and Infrastructure. Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies. Vol. 6(1): 69-93. Eurasia is a massive and...
Belt and Road Transport Corridors: Barriers and Investments
Lobyrev V., Tikhomirov A., Tsukarev T., Vinokurov E. (2018) Silk Way Transport Corridors: Barriers and Investments. EDB Centre for Integration Studies Report no. 50. St. Petersburg:...
Eurasian Integration: Challenges of Transcontinental Regionalism
Vinokurov E., Libman A. (2012) Eurasian Integration: Challenges of Transcontinental Regionalism. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. This book examines the major economic and political...
Silk Way Transport Corridors: the Growth Potential of Cargo Flows through the EAEU
EDB Centre for Integration Studies Report no. 49. St. Petersburg: Eurasian Development Bank. This report, prepared with the participation of experts from the Institute of the Economy and Transport...
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