Russia’s Financial Institutions: Quality and Quiddity
Russia's financial markets have strengthened considerably over the past twenty-five years, with lessons learned and institutions emerging to regulate and stabilize during crises and create positive conditions for investment during good times. The work of these experts on Russia's financial institutions shows their influence on corporate development and regulations.
Issues for Discussion
- How strong are Russia’s financial institutions?
- How do financial regulations affect institutional development?
- How does corporate finance contribute to national financial institutions?
- What is the role of financial institutions in current economic growth?
- Is the financial system a public good?
Carol S. Leonard
Professor, Director, Center for Russian Studies, RANEPA; Emeritus Fellow, St Antony's College, University of Oxford
Professor, European University at St Petersburg; Vice-Rector, Strategic Development, New Economic School
Professor, Boston University
Head, Laboratory of Financial Research, Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy
Associate Professor, International Institute of Economics and Finance, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Michael I. Sovern Professor of Law, Columbia University; Director, Center on Global Legal Transformation
Head of Operations, Foreign Exchange and Money Market, Metallinvestbank JSCB; President, ACI Russia
Professor, the Russian Economic School
Professor, University of Ghent
Grzegorz W. Kolodko
Professor, Kozminski University; Director, Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research (TIGER); Finance Minister of Poland (1994-1997, 2002-2003)
General Director, FUTURE Financial Group