Analytics for the benefit of development and cooperation: program of the Eurasian Analytical Forum approved at RUDN
The theme of the forum to be held on November 14, at the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation is “EAEU: Experience, Problems, Development Priorities and Security (dedicated to the 5th anniversary)”. The forum motto is “Analytics for the benefit of development and cooperation”.
The purpose of the forum is to increase the efficiency of the socio-economic processes of the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) on the basis of high-quality information and analytical support, develop and support modern analytical technologies, and consolidate the analytical potential of the Eurasian information and analytical consortium.
The approved program defines the tasks of the forum:
• studying the state and prospects of further development of socio-economic and socio-humanitarian integration processes in the Eurasian Economic Union space within the framework of Greater Eurasia;
• preparing proposals and recommendations for improving the efficiency and accelerating the integration processes for the executive and legislative authorities of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union;
• involving young analysts in the framework of the Eurasian competition “Young analyst of Eurasia” to study the activities of the Eurasian Economic Union and the problems of the Eurasian space.
The organizers are the Eurasian Information and Analytical Consortium, the Russian University of Peoples' Friendship (RUDN University), the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Analytics Association, the Institute for Energy Policy and Diplomacy of MGIMO, the International Research Institute for Management Problems, Management Systems JSC.
The forum is held with the support of the Eurasian Economic Commission.
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