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Book chapter

The Eurasian Economic Union. Member States Benefits

P. 129-155.
Panteleev A., Anastasiia Khazhgerieva.

The historical experience has demonstrated that the major benefit provided by the Eurasian integration, i.e. the chance to restore the cooperation ties and build joint value creation chains, is diluting along with the ‘demurrage’ in implementation of pro-active  integration initiatives. Insufficient intensity of cooperation processes results in ‘qwerty effects’ of increasing cost of changing the established supply chains, transit goods and trade deals. On the positive side of the corner, the heterogeneity of the Union’s economies and the unity of the national strategic priorities provide a clear path for continuing reaping benefits from the integration processes. However, the extent to which the effects are to be tangible appears to be functionally dependent on the progress in full-scale implementation of the integration initiatives: introduction of coordinated industrial policies, development strategies; harmonization and development of technological base; improvement in innovative activity and technological readiness.

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The Eurasian Economic Union. Member States Benefits
Edited by: A. O. Garcia, Н. А. Школяр. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 2021.