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Вандемоортеле М., Бёрд К., Дю Туа А. и др. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2013. № 2. С. 16-57.

The article is the Overseas Development Institute working paper translated  with the the permission of the authors.

Five key emerging market economies, commonly termed the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), have been lauded for their stellar economic growth and resilience through the 2008/09 financial crisis. They are becoming models of development for development practitioners, researchers and other emerging economies. Scratch beneath the surface, however, and you will notice that not all people in these countries have benefited equally from growth. Some countries have seen enormous increases in income inequality – specifically China, India and South Africa; Brazil has enjoyed a reduction. What can be learnt, in terms of the challenges and successes of reconciling growth and equity, from the BRICS’ recent growth? This paper examines the experiences of four of the BRICS – Brazil, China, India and South Africa – and identifies four key factors shaping the countries’ pattern of growth: people having access to assets; investment in productive activities; social transfers; and a political economic context where inclusion is a priority.

Added: Sep 21, 2013
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Макаров И. А., Лихачева А. Б., Пестич А. С. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2018. № 3. С. 98-113.

The paper focuses on the development trends of the transport infrastructure of Eurasia in the context of the economic and political integration of the countries at this continent. Leading states of the Asia-Pacific region (APR) made proposals on large-scale infrastructure projects in the Eurasian space after financial crisis 2008–2009. Russia is extremely interested in integrating into these initiatives, but faces a number of difficulties. Some of them are connected with the peculiarities of regulation of transport issues within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union. The article analyzes Russia’s current infrastructure development dialogue with the APR states, including the initiative of coordination of the Eurasian Economic Union and the Silk Road Economic Belt. The authors examine main Eurasian infrastructure projects interesting for complex EEU infrastructure development as well as the main challenges and opportunities for Russia arising in the framework of the interaction of the EEU and the APR countries in the field of infrastructure. The authors conclude that integration of Russia into Eurasian transport and logistics initiatives requires the coordination of the transport agenda with trade and investment regulation. This coordination suggests close cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Commission, and in the long term – even the transfer of competencies related to the development of the EAEU infrastructure agenda to the supranational level.

Added: Nov 2, 2018
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Лихачева А. Б., Макаров И. А., Пестич А. С. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2018. Т. 13. № 3. С. 97-112.

The paper focuses on the development trends of the transport infrastructure of Eurasia in the context of the economic and political integration of the countries at this continent. Leading states of the Asia-Pacific region (APR) made proposals on large-scale infrastructure projects in the Eurasian space after financial crisis 2008–2009. Russia is extremely interested in integrating into these initiatives, but faces a number of difficulties. Some of them are connected with the peculiarities of regulation of transport issues within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union. The article analyzes Russia’s current infrastructure development dialogue with the APR states, including the initiative of coordination of the Eurasian Economic Union and the Silk Road Economic Belt. The authors examine main Eurasian infrastructure projects interesting for complex EEU infrastructure development as well as the main challenges and opportunities for Russia arising in the framework of the interaction of the EEU and the APR countries in the field of infrastructure. The authors conclude that integration of Russia into Eurasian transport and logistics initiatives requires the coordination of the transport agenda with trade and investment regulation. This coordination suggests close cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Commission, and in the long term – even the transfer of competencies related to the development of the EAEU infrastructure agenda to the supranational level.

Added: Nov 22, 2018
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Чанд С. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2011. № 4. С. 138-141.
Added: Mar 2, 2012
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Скриба А. С. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2016. Т. 11. № 3. С. 67-81.
Added: Oct 20, 2016
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Макаров И. А., Соколова А. К. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2016. Т. 11. № 2. С. 40-57.

This article considers the opportunities for Russia presented by the launch of China’s Silk Road Economic Belt initiative.  This initiative is a comprehensive project for the rapid development of Central Asian countries, and not limited only to trans- port and logistics to guarantee the supply of Chinese goods to Europe. It is also China’s response to economic and political  processes both within the country and in the Asia-Pacific region: the economic slowdown and transformation of its social and  economic model, diverging income levels, the growing presence of the United States in Asia, and the new divisions of labour  within the region. The Silk Road initiative is based on China’s intention to create strong regional value chains, to outsource  labour-intensive and environmentally harmful production, to foster the development of northwest China including securing  political stability in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, and to guarantee the use of Chinese construction firms’ capac- ity. Goods transit is a secondary priority and justified not by commercial benefits from using land routes, but by the need to  diversify export risks, arising due to the deteriorating military and political situation in the South China Sea. The 2015 Joint  Statement on Cooperation on the Construction of Joint Eurasian Economic Union and the Silk Road Economic Belt projects  resolves the issue of allegedly competitive goals of these complementary projects. The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU)  provides an institutional base for cooperation while the Silk Road initiative provide investments for their development. Russia may benefit from participating in the Silk Road initiative. First, it would help integrate its transportation  system into the region’s logistics network and provide additional opportunities for transit and associated logistical services as  well as access to growing regional markets. Second, the Silk Road initiative offers opportunities to strengthen industrial co- operation among neighbouring countries to develop new economic clusters. Third, the EEU and the Silk Road may become  the basis for more ambitious cooperation in greater Eurasia, which may transform into a new centre of economic develop- ment at the global level.

Added: Jul 5, 2016
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Братерский М. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2014. Т. 9. № 4. С. 196-197.

One of the popular answers to the challenges of the modern world is the concept of global governance. Does it exist really/ This is the questyion J/ Kirton answers in his book.

Added: Jan 15, 2015
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Ларионова М. В., Ланьшина Т. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2016. Т. 11. № 4. С. 60-76.

This article analyses the evolution of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Principles of Corporate Governance and the economic environment of their transformation, as well as the key changes in the third version of the document adopted in 2015. The authors conclude that this version reflects the recent challenges related to the role of stock exchanges in corporate governance, information disclosure and risk management. However, it is still oriented toward profit maximization amid the lack of attention to the balance of interests among stakeholders and to aspects of corporate governance related to the quality of life. Members of the Group of 20 (G20) that are not members of the OECD participated in revising the document, but this did not result in any dramatic changes in the structure or content of the principles.

This article focuses on the cooperation between the OECD and G20 countries, including non-OECD members, in the process of updating the principles in 2013–15. The authors identify three major mechanisms of cooperation: 1) discussion of corporate governance at regional roundtables and other international events related to corporate governance, 2) online consultations and 3) OECD peer reviews. The article studies the participation of six G20 countries that are not members of the OECD: Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa and Indonesia. Brazil was the most active country under review — its representatives actively communicated with the OECD using all available mechanisms. The contributions of China, India, Indonesia and Russia were also estimated as high. The least active participant was South Africa.

Added: Dec 8, 2016
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Мешкова Т. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2007. № 4. С. 39-63.
Added: Oct 1, 2012
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Нагорнов В. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2011. № 1. С. 88-98.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
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Проскурякова Л. Н. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2010. № 1. С. 27-32.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
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Перфильева О. В., Швец Е. А., Дедусенко А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2009. № 4(26).
Added: Feb 3, 2010
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Зайцев Ю. К. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2010. № 2. С. 83-102.
Added: Sep 20, 2012
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Перфильева О. В., Заварыкина Л. В., Лопатина А. С. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2012. № 1. С. 70-121.
Added: May 21, 2012
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Ларионова М. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2011. № 1. С. 4-28.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
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Луччи П., Хан А., Стюарт Э. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2015. Т. 10. № 3. С. 33-56.
This article examines the position of four of the most influential Emerging Market Economies — Brazil, China, India and South Africa — on issues that require global action featuring in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda, recognizing that these play a pivotal role in the implementation of this new global agenda. It focuses on the five issues of global finance, technology transfer, trade, climate change and global governance. All except climate change are included in the 17th SDG, and most featured in the discussion at the third International Conference on Financing for Development, held in Addis Ababa in July 2015.   The article is based on four country -level background papers conducted by institutions in each country, and draw on interviews with local policy makers. It also draws on content analyses of country statements from the different negotiating forums, further interviews with experts and a literature review.   The first section provides a summary of the countries’ engagement in the negotiations and national policy developments related to the SDGs to date, as an (imperfect) signal of their interest in implementation. The Next section analyses what emerging economies stand to gain or may be asked to bring to the table for each of the five issues, while the final section summarizes the key findings.
Added: Nov 23, 2015
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Ларионова М. В. International Organisations Research Journal. 2019. Vol. 14. No. 1. P. 145-163.

The study of the evolution of international cooperation for development in the United Nations (UN) system from 1946 to 2000 reveals that political and ideological contradictions and priorities exerted significant influence on the system’s construction, creating barriers to negotiating resolutions and forging decisions and constraining progress in development cooperation. This article reviews the USSR’s initiatives and positions on concrete areas of cooperation, drawing on an analysis of the resolutions and records of the meetings of the UN General Assembly (GA) and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). It highlights the main trends and cases reflecting the Soviet Union’s priorities and its role in the evolution of cooperation for development under UN auspices.

Added: Oct 22, 2019
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Рахмангулов М. Р. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2010. № 2. С. 196-215.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
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Королев В. А., Владимирова А. В., Трунина А. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2014. Т. 9. № 2. С. 209-228.
The article explores the relatively new issue of marketing soft power. The authors compare the most advanced foreign  and domestic models of national brand management, identify factors of image building and methods of evaluating the  effectiveness of the branding of individual countries. Reflecting on the current situation with regard to the Russian brand,  the authors argue in favour of application of foreign countries’ experience in information management in Russia. The article  presents evidence that Russia needs to develop a systemic approach to its country brand formation and the corresponding  system of management. Image positioning in global cultural and humanitarian space is considered on the basis of the most authoritative  rating models and indexes of soft power evaluation. The authors describe methodologies of the formation of those models  and indexes and analyze their strengths and weaknesses. Drawing on the assessment of five most authoritative and regularly  updated soft power indexes, the authors compile “a rating of ratings” and identify the most elaborate index. The article  concludes with a proposition to develop a new transparent and scientifically grounded rating system (e.g., the “Power of  Image Index” or “Soft Power Conveners”), building on the strengths of the existing indices and taking into account the  characteristics of Russian soft power.
Added: Oct 15, 2014
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Медведев С. А., Томашов И. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2008. № 7-8. С. 58-70.
Added: Oct 1, 2012
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Мешкова Т. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2006. № 3. С. 45-51.
Added: Oct 2, 2012