Provides up-to-date information on socioeconomic problems in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States countries
Published by a distinguished group of scientists at the Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Features periodic issues dedicated to one theme
Studies on Russian Economic Development (Problemy prognozirovaniya) is a scholarly journal published by a distinguished group of scientists at the Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The journal provides the most up-to-date information on socioeconomic problems in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States countries. Periodic issues are dedicated to one particular theme (e.g., conversion, prospects of a market economy, etc.).
Prior to perestroika, the voluminous reports on economic development of the Soviet Union produced by the Institute of Economic Forecasting had been restricted. Now this vital information is available to the world community.
Studies on Russian Economic Development (Problemy prognozirovaniya) is a scientific journal published by the Institute of Economic Forecasting, Russian Academy of Sciences. The journal publishes research works by leading Russian specialists dedicated to topical problems in Russia’s socioeconomic growth. The main feature of the journal is its large collection of papers examining short-term, mid-term, and longterm forecasts of not only the Russian economy as a whole, but also individual sectors of it. A significant portion is occupied by papers presenting the results of empirical applied scientific research into specific economic problems of enterprises, branches, and regions. The journal contains a model tool set that assists in obtaining numerical estimates in economic forecasts, as well as a large amount of factual and numerical information on the dynamic of socioeconomic processes in Russia. The journal represents a valuable resource for professional researchers and analysts; for specialists making decisions in working out socioeconomic policy; and for teachers and students at the university and graduate-school level.