Dialogue Chain. Episode 3. Natalya Zubarevich, Professor, Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University, interviews Aleksander Auzan, Professor, Dean, Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russia’s potential economic growth rate is estimated at 0.7-1.3%, depending on the calculation method. Total factor productivity (i.e. knowledge, technologies, innovations) contribution has been used up.
Analyses of poverty and well-being depend on the methods used to assess the social structure of society. The most suitable methods for Russia are methods applicable to developed countries – but the results of these methods show a decline in living standards.
Not so long ago, the basic principle central banks followed in their communication policy was to completely avoid communicating. Now, in the wake of a drastic change in their communication with the markets, central banks are mastering new means of communication with the public.