Contours of the New Global Economy and Russia’s Challenge to Respond
Technology and control of resources both drive economic strength. Digital technology in the platform economy is sweeping through economic life, upending work relationships, corporate hierarchies, control firms, and employment structures. New winners and losers are emerging everywhere. Countries and firms, managers and workers, researchers and investors – people around the world face strategic choices on how to cope with rapidly evolving changes that disrupt the structures that have governed economic life in the advanced economies and the developing ones, in the old capitalist economies and in the formerly planned ones.
Professor, Director, Master of Global Public Policy Program (MGPP), RANEPA
Professor, University of California-Berkeley; Founding Director, Berkeley Roundtable on International Economics (BRIE)
Professor, Former Dean, School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California - San Diego
Managing Partner, Moscow Office of McKinsey & Company
Deputy Director for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, OECD
Deputy Director, Analytical Center of the Government of the Russian Federation