The Eurasian Section is a multifunctional unit created in 2017 within the CCEIS. It offers educational programs, encourages information exchange, carries out academic research in the field of Eurasian economic integration.
The Eurasian Section of the CCEIS is the first department in the post-Soviet countries that focuses on the issues of Eurasian economic integration and provides expert and analytical support for key areas of this matter. The Eurasian Section carries out research projects for key institutions of Eurasian integration such as Eurasian Economic Commission, Eurasian Development Bank and Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development. Among issues covered by researchers of the Eurasian Section are economic interaction between states, development of the EAEU, global problems of regional studies and international cooperation challenges. The Section’s researchers are leading experts in the Eurasian integration with their work regularly published in worldwide-known publications. Currently, the sector is headed by Kirill Entin. The contribution of the CCEIS to the Eurasian economic integration was highly appreciated by the Eurasian Economic Commission with numerous 'Letters of Thanks’.
Education and Training:
Master’s degree program «Eurasian Economic Integration» (starting 2019);
Academic disciplines, elective and training courses on the issues of different aspects of the integration of former Soviet Union states and Greater Eurasia region;
Open course «Eurasian Economic Integration» (RUS) in collaboration with the Eurasian Economic Commission.
Academic papers on the issues of integration of EAEU and Greater Eurasia region;
Analytical notes, working papers, reports and other publications;
Advisory services in the sphere of Eurasian economic integration.
Official information exchange (of theoretical, practical and analytical publications, newsletters, data and statistics, etc.) between NRU HSE and Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and Eurasian Development Bank (EDB);
The largest publication database in the world on the topic of Eurasian integration is available to researchers and students.
Seminars, round-table discussions, forums for researcheкs and students.
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