14 january 11:00–11:45


 Studio, Library
Vladimir Mau, Rector RANEPA
Elvira Nabiullina, Governor, The Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)
Maksim Reshetnikov, Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Anton Siluanov, Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation
The world is used to living with a variety of crises, black and white swans. One gets the impression that discussions among economists are increasingly about what kind of crisis will be next and what anti-crisis policy should be, and less and less about a positive agenda, about models of economic growth.
Meanwhile, just as it is important to discuss the post-war world order in the context of war, it is now important to focus on the tasks and mechanisms of ensuring future economic growth — and above all its quality and sustainability.

Discussion points:
• What are the key challenges (or obstacles) to economic growth over the next 2-3 years?
• How to reconcile the rate of economic growth and its quality.
• Over the past decade, the world's leading economies have seen deflation as a key risk and, literally overnight, the problem has reversed. Will global inflation be a long-term phenomenon?
• There is now much talk about inequality as an obstacle to economic growth. How can its role be evaluated?
• ESG is a trending word today. But trends pass, and macroeconomics remain. How will this issue affect the nature of macroeconomic regulation in the medium and long term?
• Is the problem of releasing labor resources topical for Russia or vice versa — is there a labor shortage? What is the role of migration and robotization in this regard?