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1st CICER Conference


Current challenges and the future of monetary systems, central banking and financial architecture in Europe and Russia

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Moscow)
April 15 & 16, 2019

April 15, 2019

Participants registration (9:00-9:30 am)

[hall № 1]

Welcome speeches (9:30-10:00 am)

[hall № 1]

Plenary session

  • Robert Boyer (Institute of the Americas, Paris): How globalization has enhanced the diversity of capitalism
  • Julien Vercueil (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, France): Diversity of capitalisms and rent-based economies. An analytical discussion
  • Massimo Amato (Bocconi University, Italy): The architecture of a (not so) common money. A short history of the European monetary union in view of its reform
  • Reiner Martin (Joint Vienna Institute, ECB): The cost efficiency and productivity growth of euro area banks (co-authored with Ivan Huljak and Diego Moccero)

Discussion (13:00-13:30 am)

Presentation sessions

April 15, 2019

[hall № 1]

  1. Monetary Systems and Central Banking (14:30-16:30 pm)
  • Nikolay Nenovsky (University of Picardie Jules Verne, RUDN), Cornelia Sahling (Department of International Economic Relations, RUDN): Monetary Policy and Sterilisation in Russia: Empirical Evidence from Monetary Base Dynamics (1998 – 2017)
  • Kiril Tochkov (Department of Economics, Texas Christian University, USA):Divisia Monetary Aggregates and Their Application to Central and Eastern Europe
  • Vadim Grishchenko (Senior economist, Bank of Russia, Russian Federation): Money Multiplier: The roots of the myth
  • Bahzad Taher Salim (PhD student, RUDN): The Monetary Policy and Problems of Economic Development in Iraq

April 16, 2019

  • International Trade and political implications (9:00-10:30 am and 11:30-13:00 pm)

[room 109]

  • Dmitry Izotov (Senior researcher, Economic research institute FEB RAS, Khabarovsk, Russia): Russia’s Trade Integration: the EU vs BRICS
  • Anna Verenikina (Department of Political Economy, RUDN), Alexei Verenikin (Department of Political Economy, Lomonosov Moscow State University): Evaluation of regional environmental policy in Russia
  • Elena Gurova (Department of Finance, Credit and Exchange Business, Perm State National Research University): The value effect of international integration process
  • Briggs Enenimibo-ofori Marvin (PhD candidate, RUDN), Vladimir Ermakov (Department of Applied economics, RUDN): Economic relationship between France and former colonies
  • Valeri Minchev (PhD student, RUDN): Fictions and facts in human society and political consequences
  • International finance (9:00-10:30 am)

[room 107]

  • Adrien Faudot (Associate Researcher, CREG, University of Grenoble Alps), Kristina Shvandar(Financial Research Institute, Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation): The Role of Export Credit Agencies in International Currency Competition: New Challenges for Contemporary Russia
  • Natalia Rozinskaya (Department of the History of National Economy and Economic Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University): Lessons from history: is it possible to predict the financial crisis?
  • Elena Shibanova-Roenko (Deputy of Chief-in-Editor, Journal of Corporative Management and Economics of Slovak Technological University, Slovakia): About the modern landscape of the financial sector of the Russian economy
  • Ivan Mikhaylov (PhD student, RUDN): Condition and perspectives of ICO as a financing mechanism for startups
  • Issues in Economic History and Thought (11:30-13:00 pm)

[room 107]

  • Yury Goland (Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences): Plan and market: The Experience of perspective planning under NEP
  • Shouyi Zhang (PhD student, University of Picardie Jules Verne): Chinese Monetary System during the Renaissance: Silver Standard and Globalization in Ming Dynasty
  • Tsvetelina Marinova (New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France): The Balkan cooperative thought during 20th century: Russian and Western European influence

Closing Remarks (13:00-13:15 pm)

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