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The Russian economy under the circumstances of crisis

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  • Frenkel, Alexander

    () (Centre for macroeconomic analysis and prognose, Russian academy of sciences)

  • Sergienko, Yakov

    () (Centre for macroeconomic analysis and prognose, Russian academy of sciences)

  • Tikhomirov, Boris

    () (Centre for macroeconomic analysis and prognose, Russian academy of sciences)

  • Roshina, Lyudmila

    () (Centre for macroeconomic analysis and prognose, Russian academy of sciences)

Abstract

The article discusses the main results of 2014 in comparison with 2013 year. The analysis of trends and forecasts of macroeconomic and sectoral indicators in the 2015-2016 years. Analyzed the situation in the fiscal policy, the real economy and provides forecasts of industrial production, agriculture, capital construction. Various options for the development of the economy. The evaluation of the impact of international sanctions, as well as the impact of energy prices, the national currency, inflation expectations in the socio-economic development. The factors contributing to the macroeconomic development of the economy. Matches of the Russian economy and global economic trends.

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  • Frenkel, Alexander & Sergienko, Yakov & Tikhomirov, Boris & Roshina, Lyudmila, 2015. "The Russian economy under the circumstances of crisis," Economic Policy, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, vol. 4, pages 113-155.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ecopol:ep1543
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