Leonid Grigoryev

Russian Federation

Chief Adviser to the Head of the Analytical Center under the Government of the Russian Federation

Russian economist, the author of more than 300 publications, the co-author and scientific adviser of many monographs and projects. Leonid Grigoryev is a co-founder of Economic and Mathematical School at Lomonosov Moscow State University (President of the School (1967–1971)).

He became a tenured professor of National Research University Higher School of Economics (2013) and– the Head of World Economics Department of NRU HSE (2014). Leonid Grigoryev became a member of the Council for Foreign and Defense Policy (1999).

Materials

National Economic Security Strategy and Economic Challenges
28.06.2017
The National Economic Security Strategy until 2030 was adopted in May 2017. It has identified challenges and threats to Russia’s economic security and ways to combat them. The sanctions have

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Oil Price Slump is a Lose-Lose Situation
21.12.2015
The current oil price slump is different from that in the 1980s  due to depletion of resources. The amount of cheap oil is reducing.
BRICS Has Enormous Potential
25.07.2014
One of the main achievements of the 6th BRICS Summit was the signing of an official document on establishing a New Development Bank with a declared capital of $100 billion. The creation of the bank is

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The Russian Economy: Some Results of 2013
15.01.2014
Russia is facing the start of economic stagnation. The stagnating economy can be normalized only by public and private investment. The government should stop being afraid of a repetition of the 1998

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Hydrocarbon Production Increase in the US: No Immediate Risk for Russia
22.10.2013
The oil and gas production boost in the US may propel the country to the top of the hydrocarbons industry before the year is out. It has already influenced the Russian energy industry because the

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BRICS Development Bank: Common and Different Features
27.03.2013
Investments among BRICS countries are staying on the very low rate. At the moment BRICS countries mainly invest to developed countries (USA, EU), and also to countries which are close with

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Is Russia Heading Toward Crisis?
14.08.2012
Usually a crisis is triggered by some disaster, like the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008. When this happens, consumption declines more than earnings because people start saving out of

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What is Russia’s Middle Class?
29.05.2012
The democratic structure of society is contributing to the demand for a higher quality of life. The prosperous part of the middle class differs from the bulk of the population by its greater demand

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Global and Russian Energy Development Forecast to 2035
02.05.2012
Russia is one of the world’s largest energy suppliers and players on the energy market. It produces 9.6% of the world’s primary energy and annually invests about 4.5% of its GDP in the energy

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200 Years of the Russian Gas Industry: Strategy and Prospects
24.10.2011
Over the past 20 years, the industry has been using facilities created during the Soviet era, and has only built a few new ones. The majority of its assets is obsolete and need to be repaired and

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Will Russia Reorient Its Energy Exports from Europe to Asia?
17.06.2011
Turning towards the East is not Russia’s willful decision – it cherishes its European market. It is not a forceful move either but an objective reality. The East is experiencing the need for a coal

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BP Wouldn't Be Able to Do Business in the Arctic Without the State-Run Rosneft
18.01.2011
The Arctic, along with the Antarctic, is the last region in the world that has remained untouched and intact. The Russian companies are entering international markets, but they need to be prudent when

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