20 June 2017

Vladimir A. Salnikov, 1996 YSSP

Dr. Vladimir Salnikov gave a keynote lecture at the YSSP 40th Anniversary Event entitled "The Next 25 Years: Key Challenges for Social Science in the Context of the New Technology Wave and Old Global Problems."

© Vladimir A. Salnikov

© Vladimir A. Salnikov

Vladimir A. Salnikov, 1996 YSSP

Deputy Director General, Center for Macroeconomic Analysis and Short-term Forecasting, Institute Economic Forecasting, Russian Academy of Sciences / Leading research associate, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Dr. Salnikov’s activity is focused on real sector analysis / nowcasting / forecasting, impact assessment of macroeconomic and sectoral policies, providing consulting services to federal government agencies; Dr. Salnikov’s research is focused on regional integration, world trade, input-output models, in-depth industrial capacities analysis, macroeconomic effects of technology diffusion. Dr. Salnikov has taken charge of more than 30 research and consulting projects and has more than 25 articles (co-authored).





Implemented research and consulting projects (recent 5 years)

The Key Structural Characteristics of Russian Manufacturing Capacities, Center for Strategic Research Foundation, 2016


Medium-Term forecasting for industries, The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, 2016


Proposals for Industrial Statistics Improvement, The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, 2016


Research and Analysis of the Current Trends and Development Prospects of Moscow Econ-omy, Analytical Center, Economic Policy and Development Department, Moscow, 2015-2016


Methodology for DeTermining the Sectors of Economy with the Strongest Effects from Inte-gration (for Eurasian States), Eurasian Economic Commission, 2015-2016

Trade Act changes assessment, METRO Cash&Carry, X5 Retail Group, 2015


Industrial Trend Monitoring, Impact Assessment of the Economic Policy, Forecasting of the Key Indicators for Industries, The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, 2015


Analysis of the External Debt Stability for the Sectors of Russian Economy in Medium-Term Perspective, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, 2015


Analysis of Long-Term Challenges for Global and Russian Economy. Scenario Forecasting for Russian Economy, Society, Science and Technology Sector, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 2014-2015


Forecasting of Key Sectoral and Regional Indicators for Russia, Polyus Gold International, 2007-2014


Customs Duties Optimization, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federa-tion, 2013-2014


Long-Term Economic Growth Forecasting for the States of the Eurasian Economic Space, Eurasian Economic Commission, 2013-2014


Long-Distance Passenger Traffic Forecasting (till 2030), Federal Passenger Company, 2013


Research on Interrelation Between Key Socio-economic, Technological and Innovation Indi-cators (till 2030), Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 2011-2013


Industrial Trend Monitoring, Impact Assessment of the Economic Policy, Financial Risks Assessments for Industries, The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, 2012


Short-Term and Medium-Term Forecasting of Labor Productivity and Labor Demand, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, 2012


Developing the Modeling Tools for Medium-Term Stress Testing of the Russian Economy, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, 2012


Macroeconomic Consulting Services for Presidential Administration of Russia (since 2013)


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