Strategy of transition to economic growth
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The author analyses the factors that predetermined the negative dynamics of the Russian GDP in 2015 and expresses a number of ideas that should be implemented in order to achieve recovery in Russia. The author pays special attention to mutual economic sanctions in Russia and the West, decision errors made by the country’s financial authorities, and proposals for adjustments to national macroeconomic policy.
KeywordsMonetary Policy RUSSIAN Economic Development Real Sector Financial Authority Capital Export
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