Evgeny Vinokurov

Russian Federation

Director of the Centre for Integration Studies of the Eurasian Development Bank  

He was educated at the universities of Kaliningrad, Fairfield, Göttingen, Grenoble and Moscow. He earned a Ph.D. in economy from Pierre Mendes-France University (Grenoble II) and Dr. hab. in economy from the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Moscow. After several years of experience in applied economy research projects at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), the Catholic University of Leuven and the University of Jena he proceeded to working with the EDB, being responsible for macro- and microeconomic analysis in particular, as well as the development bank's research programme.

Evgeny Vinokurov is the founding director of the EDB Centre for Integration Studies since 2011. The Centre specializes in quantitative research and carries out activities in the following fields: economic integration in the Eurasian Economic Union, economic modeling, mutual investment and corporate integration, trade economics, fiscal and monetary issues, cooperation in the market for financial services, and systematic research of Eurasian integration. Over the last six years, the Centre realized 50+ projects and published 44 reports. 


EAEU and Asian Countries: Plans, Prospects and Challenges
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has stepped up its efforts to enter into FTA with East and Southeast Asian countries. The FTA agreement with Vietnam in 2015 was the first shot. An

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Valdai Paper #25: Agenda for the EEU Economy
The 25th Valdai paper is devoted to the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), its evolution, current institutions as well as to the main steps of the agenda for the next years that can promote the

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