The section contains presentations of the conference speakers and additional materials -publications on conference topics prepared by organizations whose representatives take part in the conference, either directly by its participants.

13 november 2017

Day 1. Panel 1. Shamik Dhar. The Economics of Globalisation and Inequality

13 november 2017

Day 1. Panel 1. Artur Radziwill. Sustaining growth. Focus on the transition region

13 november 2017

Day 1. Panel 2. Paul Dekker. Trust in numbers: Values and impressions in a comparative European perspective

13 november 2017

Day 2. Panel 1. Karlis Smits. Minsk Consensus: Revision of the post-transition agenda?

13 november 2017

Day 2. Panel 2. Birgit Lao. The role of education in a knowledge based society – Estonian case

13 november 2017

Day 2. Panel 3. Amit Mukherjee. Rule of Law and Access to Justice In The Age Of The Internet and Social Media

13 november 2017 Alexander Chubrik

Recession impact on the regions of Belarus: The role of initial conditions, economic policy, and small business

The study focused on the changing economic situation in Belarus’s constituent regions (oblast and rayon levels) during recession. Summary indicators – characterizing the starting conditions and changes in pro-vincial economies in recession environment – were devised based on the Principle Component Analyses (PCA). Econometric analysis of panel and cross-section data allowed identifying economic, institutional and geographical factors affecting sub-national development (focusing on small business development).

03 november 2017

Infographics "Knowledge is power?"

Infographics describing the study results on secondary education in Belarus.

02 november 2017 Кирилл Рудый

“Because I decided so”

The comment above is taken from the essay in the book “Because we decided so: decoding Belarus’s behavioural economy”/K.V. Rudy [et al]; edited by K.V. Rudy; Minsk, Zviazda, 2017.

30 october 2017

Secondary education in Belarus

The survey aimed to investigate the condition of secondary education in Belarus. It targeted respondents of 18-21 years old who had finished or continue their secondary education.