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World Economy Section — Petr Mozias


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SMEs in Regional Innovative Ecosystem Development: The Case of Russian Energy Sector

Naumova I. E., Volkova I. O., Burda Y. et al.

ERENET Profile. 2018. Vol. 13. No. 2. P. 39-50.

Book chapter
Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI): Expanding the Boundaries of Informational Openness of Companies

Ulanov V. L.

In bk.: Leadership & Management: Integrated Politics of Research and Innovations. Beograd: Institute of Management, 2018. P. 313-319.

Working paper
Finding itself in the post-Paris world: Russia in the new global energy landscape

Makarov I. A., Henry Chen Y., Paltsev S.

Report 324 . Joint Program Report Series. MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, 2017. No. Report 324.

Regional mechanism of banking regulation in the Eurasian Economic Union: Perspectives

Eduard Dzhagityan, Associate Professor of the School of World Economy, published an article titled: ‘Regionalization of banking regulation as a driving force of the Eurasian financial stability mechanism’ (Journal of Money and Credit (Den’gi i Kredit), No.7, 2017).

The processes of Eurasian regional consolidation and the development of the regional economic mechanism and cooperation imply the mainstreaming of the EAEU (Eurasian Economic Union) member state banks in the integration processes. However, strengthening their integration potential as a factor of financial stability will largely depend on consistency and soundness of the regional model of banking regulation within the ‘mini-Basel III’ concept based on the Basel principles of effective banking supervision along with Basel III prudential standards. Heterogeneity of national regulatory regimes, protectionism-centered regulatory policies, and lack of authority to be duly empowered to coordinate the process of regulatory regionalization do inhibit the development of the Eurasian regulatory mechanism. Dr Dzhagityan concludes that alignment of the national banking regulation mechanisms in the framework of Basel III sweeping regulatory overhaul is the only approach to minimization of systemic risks and ensuring financial stability in the EAEU during the observable time horizon. The author also proposes actions and steps that will optimize the alignment of the EAEU national regulatory regimes.