The center conducts research in macroeconomics, institutional economics, econometrics, and other related disciplines.
a theoretical model of the economy's exit from the Malthusian trap, based on the factor of social inequality and different investment activity of social strata;
a methodology for linking and calibrating macroeconomic and budget forecasts, as well as methods for assessing fiscal sustainability;
methods for evaluating the effectiveness of Russia's institutional development;
methods for assessing the resource dependence of the Russian economy;
development of a rating system for participants in the Russian market of economic research, including ratings of leading economists, leading economic journals, and leading higher economic schools).
“The doctrine of non-ergodicity of the social world”
– p. 174-193; Balatskiy E. V.
“Technological economies of scale and economic growth”
– p. 43-57; Balatskiy E.V., Yurevich M.A
Institute of social inequality and economic growth”
– p. 66-83; Balatskiy E. V.
“Competition of Russian economic journals in the world market”
– p. 124-139; Balatskiy E.V., Ekimova N.A.
“The Impact of Tax Reforms on the Behaviour of Economic Agents (Indirect Taxation in Russia and the USA)”
– p. 129-147; Balatskiy E.V., Ekimova N.A.
“Short-Term Inflation Projection Based on Marker Models”
– p. 498-506; Balatskiy E.V., Ekimova N.A., Yurevich M.A.
“Geopolitical Meridians of World-Class Universities”
– p. 468-477; Balatskiy E.V., Ekimova N.A.
“Global Experience in Interaction with Compatriot Scientists: Lessons for Russia”
– p. 342-350; Yurevich M.A., Malakhov V.A., Aushkap D.S.
Head of the Centre
Moscow, 4th Veshnyakovsky pr.,
4, office 219