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12 June 2018
Prospects for ‘Lisbon to Vladivostok’ - limited by a double asymmetry of interests

Michael Emerson, a collaborator of the Eurasian Economic Integration project, published a commentary on "Prospects for ‘Lisbon to Vladivostok’ - limited by a double asymmetry of interests". In this commentary, issued by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Michael Emerson discusses political and economic aspects of a hypothetical agreement between the EU and the EAEU and possible limitations caused by a double asymmetry of interests.  More

23 November 2016
The Belarus Economy: The Challenges of Stalled Reforms

Peter Havlik, a collaborator of the Eurasian Economic Integration project, published a paper on "The Belarus Economy: The Challenges of Stalled Reforms". In this paper, issued by the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw), the authors discuss features of the current Belarusian economic model.  More

01 October 2016
Mapping the potential EU-EAEU cooperation agenda

Evgeny Vinokurov and Vladimir Pereboyev, collaborators of the Eurasian Economic Integration project, published a paper on "Mapping the potential EU-EAEU cooperation agenda". In this paper, the authors discuss issues on readmission agreements, visa-free regime, labor migration, mobility of pensions, large-scale educational exchanges and recognition of professional diplomas and certificates.  More

02 August 2016
Migration in the estimated new Keynesian DSGE model for Armenia and Russia

Haykaz Igityan, a participant of the Eurasian Economic Integration project’s workshops, published a paper on "Migration in the estimated new Keynesian DSGE model for Armenia and Russia". In this paper, issued by the Central bank of Armenia, Haykaz Igityan presents a DSGE model for Armenia and Russia focusing on different patterns of labor supply.  More

30 November 2014
Economic consequences of the Ukraine conflict

Peter Havlik, a collaborator of the Eurasian Economic Integration project, published a paper on "Economic Consequences of the Ukraine Conflict". In this paper, issued by the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw), Peter Havlik discusses different scenarios of economic losses in Russia,Ukraine and the EU countries due to the conflict in Ukraine.  More

01 July 2014
Trade policy issues in the wider Europe – that led to war and not yet to peace

Michael Emerson, a collaborator of the Eurasian Economic Integration project, published a paper on "Trade policy issues in the wider Europe – that led to war and not yet to peace". In this paper, issued by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Michael Emerson discusses the trade policy landscape of the EU and the wider Europe, with a focus on issues arising from the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements (DCFTAs) between the EU and three East European countries (Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine), and actual or prospective issues relating to the customs union of Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan (BRK), and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).  More

27 May 2014
Quantifying economic integration of the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union: methodological approaches

Evgeny Vinokurov, a collaborator of the Eurasian Economic Integration project, Igor Pelipas and Irina Tochitskaya, participants of the Eurasian Economic Integration project’s workshops published a paper on "Quantifying economic integration of the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union: methodological approaches". In this paper, issued by the Eurasian Development Bank, the authors discuss methodological approaches to quantification of the integration between the EU and EAEU.  More


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