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  • 30 november 2016
    Finalists of the Best Information Analytics Tools 2016 Contest Present Their Projects
    The Analytical Center continues the finals of its Best Information Analytics Tools 2016 awards. A day before, the expert team reviewed the projects nominated for the Best Analytical Solution for Data Visualization and Management Decision-Making: CEO’s Automated Workplace and Best Analytical Solution for Running and Assessing Sociological Surveys. During the event, the finalists demonstrated their analytical tools and answered questions from the expert team.
  • 28 november 2016
    Economic Growth in Asia Creates New Opportunities to Export Energy Resources
    Analytical Center’s experts Alexander Golyashev and Anna Lobanova took part in the 11th Annual International Congress Oil Terminal 2016. ‘The IMF predicts that in the medium term, global economic growth will pick up pace as a result of growth in the developing countries (particularly in India, the ASEAN, the Middle East, and Latin America), where average economic growth rate is projected to exceed 5% starting from 2020. At the same time, a lot of the key economies of the world are expected to slow down: economic growth in China is projected to drop from 6.9% in 2015 to 5.8% in 2021, in the EU it will go down from 2.3% to 1.7%, and in the US - from 2.6% to 1.6%,’ Alexander Golyashev said during his presentation entitled Current Trends and Prospects of the Global Energy Markets and Russian Exports of Energy Resources: Are We to Expect Growth in Global Demand?
  • 25 november 2016
    The Professional Community Can and Should Define the Development Course of The Education System
    Analytical Center expert Inna Karakchieva co-ordinated a discussion titled ‘Institutional Management of Education’ held at the ‘General Education’ venue as part of the 4th Russian National Civil Forum
  • 24 november 2016
    Working-age Population Is in Decline
    The Analytical Center has hosted an international workshop titled ‘How to adress the non-compliance of skills and qualifications of employees with the future demands of the labor market’, during which experts looked at the current trends in the formation and development of professional qualifications systems in Russia and Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development countries (OECD).
  • 22 november 2016
    Best Information Analytics Tools 2016 Winners Yet to Be Announced
    The Analytical Center is hosting the finals of the Best Information Analytics Tools 2016 awards. For three days – 22nd November, 29th November, and 7th December, 2016 - the expert team will be reviewing the entries, two nominations a day. In each nomination, the finalists will present their projects, and then the expert team will discuss them. The presentations can be followed live on the Analytical Center’s website, while the expert team will meet behind closed doors.
  • 22 november 2016
    Control and Oversight Delivery: Eliminating Excessive and Overlapping Functions
    The Analytical Center hosted a meeting of the work group tasked with reviewing proposals for how to eliminate excessive and overlapping supervision and oversight functions in certain sectors of the economy. The group is part of the subcommission for the improvement of supervision (oversight) and permit issuing functions of the federal executive authorities of the government commission for the implementation of the administrative reform. The experts discussed the proposals of federal executive authorities on eliminating obsolete, excessive and overlapping requirements in fire safety in cooperation with representatives of federal executive authorities and national public unions of entrepreneurs that have a stake in the matter.
  • 22 november 2016
    Russia’s Got Its Population Supplied with Quality Groceries
    Only a short time ago when the word ‘agrarian’ was used with regard to a country’s economy it was understood to mean the country was backward, underdeveloped and lagging behind the industrially developed regions of the world. However, in the future, it’s the agricultural sector that’s going to be one of the key drivers of the global economy. Growth in agriculture is a good example of how the active state participation can impact on the economic processes, according to Russia-24 correspondents.
  • 21 november 2016
    North Caucasus Regions Need Modern State Support Tools
    "North Caucasus regions have massive economic growth potential, but the state support tools that are used there fall short of modern demands," said the Deputy Head of the Analytical Center Mikhail Pryadilnikov, opening a round table on the realization of the investment potential of the Russian regions included into the North Caucasus Federal district.
  • 18 november 2016
    The Analytical Center will continue cooperating with one of Russia’s most advanced regions
    Deputy Head of the Analytical Center Mikhail Pryadilnikov and the governor of Ulyanovsk oblast Sergey Morozov have signed an action plan for the implementation in 2017 of the Cooperation Agreement between Ulyanovsk region and the Analytical Center of the Government of the Russian Federation. The plan outlines 10 points on which the Analytical Center and Ulyanovsk region are to cooperate in such fields as socio-economic development, improving the state governance system and in information exchange.
  • 18 november 2016
    Baikal needs better tourism services
    "The Analytical Center and the Executive Office of the Government of the Russian Federation are working together on the program entitled "Baikal: Great Lake of Great Country". The key objective of the project is to create opportunities for economic development in the area with minimization of negative impact on the environment in the framework of the coordinated state policy," said Head of the Department for International Cooperation of the Analytical Center Denis Ershov, starting an expert panel discussion on "Development of Inbound Tourism in the Baikal Natural Territory: Evaluating the Potential."