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Author Kulik, S. A. (Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich), author.

Title At a crossroads : Russia in the global economy / Sergey Kulik, Nikita Maslennikov, Igor Yurgens ; translated from the Russian by Eclectic Translations Ltd.

Publication Info. Waterloo, ON : Centre for International Governance Innovation, [2019]

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Description 1 online resource
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "An assessment of the challenges facing Russia in the global economy in light of its current foreign economic policies and the impact of globalization on its decision-making process. Globalization proceeds apace, taking on new forms that impact global economic, financial and social processes. Interdependence is not simply strengthening the range of possibilities for national economies to participate in, and advantage of, these developments, but expanding the opportunities that are available to them. The question is how do states take advantage of these global developments. Russia is no exception. Although it actively participates in the globalization process, it is, however, confronting greater economic, technological, structural and institutional problems than other countries. At the same time, there is dwindling hope for favourable conditions to continue in global energy markets, which are crucial to the Russian economy. These problems exist alongside the risk that the widening gap between Russia and other economies in terms of economic performance and technological development and growth will continue. Russia now stands at the crossroads of either overcoming or exacerbating these current challenges. This choice dictates the current realities of pax economica. Moscow must, in the very near future, make meaningful, if not fundamental, decisions aimed at further opening its economy, improving its institutions, and strengthening its international ties. This task is made more difficult by Russia's weakening competitiveness and by its ambiguous position on the international division of labour. The old model of Russian development has been exhausted and a new one must be chosen. Russia's choice at this juncture will determine the future of its economic development for many years to come."-- Provided by publisher.
Language Translated from the Russian.
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Subject Economic development -- Russia (Federation)
Globalization -- Russia (Federation)
Russia (Federation) -- Foreign economic relations.
Russia (Federation) -- Economic conditions.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author I︠U︡rgens, I. I︠U︡. (Igorʹ I︠U︡rʹevich), author.
Maslennikov, Nikita, author.
Eclectic Translations, translator.
Centre for International Governance Innovation, issuing body.
Other Form: Print version: Kulik, S.A. (Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich). At a crossroads. Waterloo, Ontario : Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2019 192809676X 9781928096764 (OCoLC)1080208197
ISBN 9781928096788 (HTML)
9781928096795 (PDF)