Forum program

09:30 – 11:00
Building 2, Floor 2, Lecture Room 237
CLIMATE AGENDA: WHAT IS GOING TO CHANGE EVERYTHING?
Business Program
Business breakfast

The quality of life of all people on the planet, economic growth and sustainable social development of entire regions of the Earth depend on solving the climate problem,” V.V. Putin told during the UN Climate Change Summit.

In September 2019, Russia adopted the Paris Climate Agreement, which was another step towards the goals of 2025 and the long-term prospects of 2030 and 2050. What challenges are we going to face? What tools will allow achieving the goals, and how to maintain balance and not harm the growth of the economy?

Issues for Discussion:

  • How to prevent warming without cooling down the economy?
  • Potential of economic and technological tools to reduce emissions.
  • Opportunities for technological growth in a situation of climate challenge.

Moderator:

Participants:

10:00 – 11:00
Building 5, Floor 5, Assembly Hall
GLOBAL AGENDA: CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES, RISKS
Business Program
Open Dialogue

Issues for Discussion:

  • Global agenda: challenges, opportunities and risks. 
  • Key trends and challenges of the coming decade: for the world and for Europe.
  • What are political and social and economic consequences of digitalization?
  • Is there the concept of Europe from the Atlantic to the Ural in the political consciousness now? Or even from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean?
  • What are the prospects of the European Union. Will the New Decade be more peaceful for the EU than the previous one? 
  • Is there a new global crisis in the near future?

Participants:

  • Vladimir Mau, Rector of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA)
  • Nicolas Sarkozy, President of France (2007-2012)
09:30 – 11:00
Building 5, Floor 4, White Hall
COOPERATION OF GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS IN THE DIGITAL RACE
Business Program
Panel Discussion

In the 21st century, further development of companies and states is directly related to the use of digital technologies to solve all kinds of problems. Application of cloud technology, analysis of large data arrays with application of artificial intelligence methods are becoming a common thing.

However, creation of own capacities to perform such tasks is feasible only for large companies. The issues of data digitizing, storing and analyzing remain open, costly and complex for all parties. It is very difficult for the government to invest in this area, since the image of the final product at this stage is not obvious, the legislation does not keep pace with digital technologies. Therefore, the optimal strategy seems to create cross-platform solutions that allow to save on scale and provide cloud services to a large number of companies and government agencies.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Is cooperation between business and government possible in resolving this issue? What steps should both sides take?
  • Who should own the rights to these decisions?
  • How should financial and human resources be allocated?

Moderator:

Participants:

09:30 – 11:00
Building 5, Floor 3, Green Hall
DIGITAL REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION AND NEW TRAINING TECHNOLOGIES
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Digital technologies are changing the education system. Information streams, opportunities for the transfer and perception of educational content, short courses and individual trajectories, platform solutions for the education system – all these trends are transforming universities and introducing new players to the educational services markets.

Issues for Discussion:

  • What will be the universities in the digital age?
  • Could classic universities be superseded by platform technology companies?
  • Do the external effects of higher education and the impact of higher education on the development of society change?
  • What technological and organizational solutions will dominate education?
  • Is it necessary to accelerate or hinder the introduction of modern technologies in education?

Moderator:

Participants:

  • Mikhail Kotyukov, Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
  • Yaroslav Kuzminov, Rector of the National Research University Higher School of Economics
  • Ben Nelson, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Minerva
  • Enio Omae, Senior Vice President, EF Education First
  • Dmitry Peskov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on Digital and Technological Development
09:30 – 11:00
Building 5, Floor 3, Red Hall
HORIZONS OF ECONOMIC POLICY
Business Program
Expert Discussion

We are witnessing a change in the development model of the entire global economy. The 2007–2008 crisis completed the era of the “classical” growth of economies, as described in textbooks and how politicians are used to representing it. New trends are the low growth rates of economies, the migration of economic activity centers to developing countries, primarily to Asia, the priority of sustainable development goals, the low efficiency of traditional economic policy instruments, the intensification of protectionism.

Changing the development model also means revising the views on economic policy instruments. Previous global structural crises (of the 1920s and 1970s) showed that under the new conditions, traditional approaches and instruments of economic policy are losing their efficiency. During this period, economics and politicians are required to search for new solutions that will become mainstream in economic policy for the coming decades.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Economic policy instruments – from short-term to long-term.
  • Traditional economic policies and their limits.
  • The concept of sustainable development and its alignment with real trends.
  • Long-term trends of the global economy. Challenges and opportunities for Russia.

Moderator:

Experts:

  • Anders Erik Borg, Economist, Minister of Finance of Sweden (2006–2014)
  • Sergey Drobyshevsky, Scientific Director, Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy
  • Andrey Klepach, Chief Economist, State Development Corporation VEB.RF
  • Grzegorz Kolodko, Professor at Kozminski University, Minister of Finance of Poland (1994–1997, 2002– 2003)
  • Alexey Vedev, Head, Laboratory for Structural Research, RANEPA
09:30 – 11:00
Building 1, Floor 2, Blue Hall
STATE OFFICER: CITIZEN, PROFESSIONAL, PERSONALITY
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Ensuring the breakthrough development of the country largely depends on who prepares and implements state decisions, what the level of responsibility of these people is, how efficient their work is. All this makes the state governance and public service to mobilize the intellectual and leadership potential of society and civil servants, develop and use efficiently their personal and professional resources, update personality-oriented management and focus on social approach. The decisive factor for success in all sectors and areas today is the efficient management of talents and the establishment of the process of their development, attraction, retention, and support.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Values ​​of the state civil service as the basis of personnel policy.
  • The qualities of the public officer of the new decade in the context of the transformation of public administration and their assessment.
  • Digital profile of the public officer.
  • Combination of “social elevators” and “career ladders” in the civil service system.
  • Continuous professional development of a public officer: the responsibility of the leader and civil servant.
  • Attracting youth to the public civil service.

Moderator:

  • Larisa Katysheva, Director, the Modern Communication Center, the Higher School of Public Administration, RANEPA

Participants:

  • Oleg Khorokhordin, Head, the Republic of Altai
  • Andrei Klychkov, Governor, the Orel Region
  • Irina Makieva, Vnesheconombamk Deputy Chairman; CEO, Monocities Development Fund
  • Sergey Morozov, Governor, the Ulyanovsk region
  • Mikhail Razvozhaev, Acting Governor, Sevastopol
  • Savva Shipov, State Secretary and Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
  • Andrey Soroko, Director of the Department of Public Administration and Personnel, Government of the Russian Federation
  • Roman Starovoit, Governor, the Kursk Region

Experts:

  • Takhir Bazarov, Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University
  • Tatiana Dyakonova, Director, the Human Resources Policy and Personnel Development Department, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
  • Zhengfa Liu, Deputy General Director, the Department of International Exchanges and Academic Program Development, China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong
  • Yury Sinyagin, Scientific Director of the Department of Management Staff Evaluation and Development, Graduate School of Public Administration, RANEPA
  • Leonid Vakhnin, Deputy Director of the Department of the State Policy in the Public and Municipal Services, Anti-Corruption, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
09:30 – 11:00
Building 5, Floor 5, Conference Hall
RUSSIAN EDUCATION IN CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL INDICATORS
Scientific Expert Program
Expert Discussion

The formation of a knowledge-based economy suggests that education is becoming a key driver and resource of economic development. Under these conditions, an analysis of international experience and global trends in transformation of educational systems in developed countries is becoming increasingly important for the development of educational policy.

The Presidential Academy represents Russia in a largest international education statistics program “Indicators of Educational Systems” (INES) administered by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. This provides an opportunity to analyze on the basis of comparable data and a wide range of indicators.

A presented analytical report contains the results of an analysis covering the population participation in education, financing of education, educational process management, and status of teachers based on international indicators. Statistical indicators of educational systems in developed countries are considered in conjunction with social and economic characteristics and educational outcomes. There are no ratings in the report, the report intends not to find out who is the best or who is the worst, but how the Russian educational system differs from educational systems in other countries, and how this can affect the learning outcomes, social and economic effects of education.

Moderator:

Keynote report:

  • Mark Agranovich, Director of the Research Center for Education Monitoring and Statistics, RANEPA

Experts:

  • Viktor Basyuk, Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation
  • Viktor Bolotov, Research Advisor to the Center of Education Quality Monitoring, Institute of Education at the National Research University - Higher School of Economics
  • Marina Borovskaya, First Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federatio
  • Mikhail Kozhevnikov, President, Prosveshcheniye Group
  • Aleksey Mayorov, Deputy Chief of Staff, the State Duma Committee on Education and Science
  • Efim Rachevsky, Principal of the Tsaritsyno School 548, Moscow
09:30 – 11:00
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 213
CIVIC RIGHTS FOR GOOD PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: STANDARDS AND VALUES FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Scientific Expert Program
Expert Discussion

Improving management training programs for public and municipal servants is one of the priority areas of development of the Russian education. Master of Public Administration (MPA) programs are attracting more and more interest in Russia. Such programs have won recognition abroad a long time ago and, in some countries, are mandatory for holding of public administration posts at a certain level. In the Russian reference system, these programs are gaining momentum, the system of public and international accreditation of professional retraining programs for public servants is developing. In 2019, the first in Russia DPA (Doctor of Public Administration) program have opened. Altogether, the level of Russian programs for public servants is quite high and meets the international quality standards.

Presentation of ratings of Russian universities in terms of educational programs in “State and Municipal Management” (Public Administration) (Interfax)

Issues for Discussion:

  • How to integrate Russian management educational programs for public officials into the international educational system?
  • What can increase the attractiveness of continuing professional education programs for public officials?
  • Development prospects of international programs and double-degree programs - what should be conformed to?
  • How international accreditations help programs to develop?
  • Strategies for promotion of Russian MPA/DPA programs in domestic and foreign markets.
  • Quality assessment of and assignment of ratings to educational programs in “State and Municipal Management” (Public Administration).

Moderator:

  • Igor Bartsits, Director, the Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service, RANEPA

Experts:

  • Erlan Abil, Rector, the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Alikhan Baymenov, Chairman of the Steering Committee, Regional Hub of Civil Service in Astana
  • Taco Brandsen, Secretary-General of ЕАРАА (European Association for Public Administration Accreditation)
  • Juraj Nemec, UN member, Committee of Experts on Public Administration
  • Aleksey Shaposhnikov, Chairman of the Moscow City Duma
  • Andrey Soroko, Director of the Department of Public Administration and Personnel, Government of the Russian Federation
09:30 – 11:00
Building 1, Floor 2, Gray Hall
INFLUENCE OF AGRICULTURAL EXPORT ON RUSSIAN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS
Scientific Expert Program
Expert Discussion

Russian agriculture has been growing for almost 20 years. Russia is on the 1st place in the world in wheat export. The President of Russia set the goal of doubling the agricultural export – up to $45 billion by 2024. The efforts of the ministries and the national project are aimed at achieving this goal. Export of agricultural products – is it the goal of an agricultural policy or a means of increasing the income of agricultural producers and the competitiveness of Russian products? As part of the preparation of the discussion around this issue, the Center for Agri-Food Policy at IAER, RANEPA prepared a report “The Impact of Agricultural Export on Agricultural Producers and Consumers in Russia”, which will be presented at the section.

Issues for Discussion:

  • What is the contribution of exports to domestic production development?
  • What is the impact of prices rising in the foreign market on domestic prices?
  • Who is the beneficiary of prices rising in the foreign market: traders or manufacturers?
  • What are the implications of export restrictions: a ban and duties?

Moderator:

Experts:

  • Michal Cieszkowski, Second Secretary for Agriculture, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the Russian Federation
  • Alexander Nikitin, Head of the Tambov Region Administration
  • Andrey Sizov, Founder, SovEcon
  • Denis Ternovsky, Leading Research Fellow, Center for Agro-Food Policy, RANEPA
  • Maxim Titov, Director, Department for AIC Market Regulations, Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation
09:30 – 11:00
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 214
A BOOK PRESENTATION OF THE “RUSSIAN MINISTERS OF FINANCE” SERIES
Special Events
Presentation of the Books

“GLOBAL WEALTH AND NATIONAL ECONOMY”

Moscow, Delo Publishing House, 2018.

The author of the book, Georg Frantsevich Cancrin, was the Minister of Finance of Russia from 1823 to 1844. He carried out a reformation of the financial system of Russia, established a system of silver monometallism, and introduced state credit notes. Encouraging the development of domestic industry, he combined protectionist measures and competition stimulation, streamlined the activities of the customs service.

The published works present his views on key issues in the field of money circulation, trade, taxes, as well as a detailed analysis of the finances of the Russian Empire. Cancrin's work, World Wealth, National Wealth, and State Economy, included in the book, is first published in Russian.

“ON IMPROVEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC SITUATION IN RUSSIA”

Moscow, Delo Publishing House, 2020.

The author of the works included in the book, Michael von Reutern, was Minister of Finance of Russia from 1862 to 1878, and Chairman of the Committee of Ministers from 1881 to 1886. His role in implementation of the “great reforms” of Alexander II, in strengthening the financial system, creating private banks, developing the railway network, supporting industry, curbing corruption, is undeniable. All this made Reutern one of the most outstanding finance ministers in the history of Russia.

The book includes the main works of Reutern, previously unpublished articles written during the period of his views formation. A number of archival materials are published for the first time. In these works, the economic and financial policies introduced by Reutern are formulated: ensuring a balanced budget, while reducing costs (including military ones); strengthening the ruble exchange rate as the most important factor in stimulating the accumulation of capital and investment; improving the trade balance by reducing imports and increasing exports; construction of railways using foreign capital.

Moderator:

  • Andrey Belykh, Head of the Laboratory of Actual History, RANEPA

Speakers:

11:30 – 13:00
Building 5, Floor 5, Assembly Hall
TAXES IN THE DIGITAL WORLD
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Digital technologies penetrate deeper and deeper into the real economy and encompass such areas that seemed yesterday to be far from being digitalized. These technologies are changing the lives of people and companies, approaches to economy management, doing businesses in companies, and are creating new economy segments. The revenue authorities, which are directly involved in relations of the government both with the businesses and the individuals, face the increasing digital transformation of the business and the consumption. A new phenomenon - sharing economy - needs the existing approaches to taxation and tax administration to be changed. What are the main today’s challenges faced by revenue authorities in different countries, and to what extent is the Russian Federal Tax Service ready to meet them?

Issues for Discussion:

  • Digital transformation of the business and challenges faced by the tax system.
  • Digital commerce taxation rules and transactions with digital assets.
  • Digital platforms and sharing economy.
  • The best global practices of taxation and tax administration of the digital economy.
  • Development of the Russian Federal Tax Service and the response to digitization challenges.

Moderator:

Keynote report:

  • Alexey Overchuk, Deputy Head, Federal Tax Service

Participants:

11:30 – 13:00
Building 25, Floor 2, Lecture Room 237
TRUST AS A FACTOR AND TOOL IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Issues for Discussion:

  • How does trust affect the economic and social development of the country and the achievement of national goals in the modern world?
  • Can a state achieve success, sustainable development and be competitive, if it is not trusted?
  • How do the latest technologies and digitalization affect confidence level?
  • What needs to be changed in the work of governmental administration and the activities of major public institutions in order to build trust from citizens and business?

Moderator:

  • Maria Shklyaruk, Academic Director of the Center for the Training of Digital Transformation Executives, RANEPA, Director General of the Center for Advanced Management Solutions

Participants:

  • Esko Aho, Senior Adviser, East Office of Finnish Industries, Prime Minister of Finland (1991–1995)
  • Alexander Auzan, Dean, Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University
  • Herman Gref, President and Chairman of the Board, Sberbank PJSC
  • Aleksey Kudrin, Chairman of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
  • Andrei Nikitin, Governor of Novgorod Region
  • Paul Polman, Founder and Chairman of IMAGINE
  • Michael Woolcock, Lead Social Scientist, World Bank's Development Research Group
11:30 – 13:00
Building 5, Floor 4, White Hall
CLIMATE POLICY AND POLITICAL CLIMATE: RUSSIA IN A NEW WORLD EPOCH
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Climate change has become a pivotal issue in world politics. Global warming is perceived as one of the main threats to the existence of human civilization as such. This excites the world's population and does not allow the leaders of any country to brush aside the urgent topic. Its further development will undoubtedly affect all aspects of human life: changing the economic model and forms of consumer behavior, changing government priorities, impact on international relations, including through the use of the climate theme as a geopolitical and geo-economic tool. A new globalization model will be formed under the direct influence of this factor.

Russia has long remained on the periphery of the discussion, the topic of climate was not considered a priority. However, the situation is changing rapidly. On the one hand, the interest in the topic of the environment is clearly growing. On the other hand, climate change will clearly affect our country, and changes in the international situation create completely different conditions for conducting of foreign and foreign economic policy.

Russia needs its own climate agenda. The country is able to make a significant contribution to solving of the global climate problem, prepare for an efficient response to challenges, and use its competitive advantages in order to consolidate its leading position in the global structure.

Issues for Discussion:

  • How is the global political debate on climate developing? What political changes in Europe, Asia, and the USA can be expected in connection with this? How high is the danger of “climate protectionism” from more developed countries?
  • How do Russian scientists assess the impact of climate change in Russia? What can be considered positive and what are the negative consequences? How prepared is the country to respond to future changes?
  • What are the unique opportunities of Russia that the country can offer as its contribution to the global climate problem solving? Can we talk about natural resources (water, food, “cold”, living space), and about approaches to creating a new “green” economic model? Can Russia become a pioneer of some technologies that would contribute to the success of the green economy?
  • How can we assess the level of environmental awareness of Russian citizens? What is needed in order to change the attitude of Russians towards the environment and consumption? What should be the state policy in this area?

Moderator:

Participants:

  • Nikolay Durmanov, Professor, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
  • Ruslan Edelgeriev, Special Envoy of the President of the Russian Federation on Climate Issues
  • Sergei Ivanov, Special Envoy of the President of the Russian Federation on Environmental Protection, Ecology and Transport
  • Vladimir Kattsov, Director of the Voeikov Main Geophysical Observatory, Roshydromet
  • Oleg Kharkhordin, Professor of the Department of Political Science and Sociology, European University at St. Petersburg; Chairman of the Board, EUSP Foundation
  • Dmitry Konov, Chairman of the Management Board, PJSC SIBUR Holding
11:30 – 13:00
Building 5, Floor 3, Red Hall
IS THERE A PLACE FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES IN THE PROCUREMENT WORLD?
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Small and medium business is an important segment of the country's economy. Only systemic interaction at all levels – municipal, regional, federal – is able to ensure the development of Russian entrepreneurship. Since 2007, the Russian Federation has taken a course to support small organizations and individual entrepreneurs. As a legal consolidation of the benefits provided to these organizations and enterprises, on July 24, 2007, Federal Law No. 209 “On the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises in the Russian Federation” was adopted.

Procurement legislation is getting simplified, multi-page applications for participation are a thing of the past, the procurement process becomes easier, which undoubtedly should positively affect the development of entrepreneurial activity and increase the efficiency of the procurement process. Currently, there are many tools to engage representatives of small and medium-sized businesses in procurement.

Issues for Discussion:

  • The role and place of small and medium-sized enterprises in procurement.
  • The attitude of small and medium-sized businesses to participation in the procurement world.
  • Admission of only small businesses or community organizations to procurement: is it a restriction or advantage?
  • Procurement plan – new procurement rules for SMEs.
  • “Direct procurement” – participation through subcontracting: to disclose or not?

Moderator:

  • Elena Agapova, Director, Center of Competition Policy and Public Contracts, RANEPA

Participants:

  • Aleksandr Braverman, Director General, Chairman of the Management Board of SME Corporation JSC
  • Tatyana Demidova, Director of the Budgetary Policy in the Field of Contract System, Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation
  • Anna Katamadze, Deputy Head of the Federal Treasury
  • Mikhail Yevraev, Deputy Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service
  • Vadim Zhivulin, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
11:30 – 13:00
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 213
CHANGING THE GLOBAL LANDSCAPE: PROSPECTS FOR US-CHINA RELATIONS
Business Program
Open Dialogue

The current rivalry of the largest countries of the world goes far beyond the competition in individual markets, it has affected almost all areas: from global politics and foreign investment to technology and human capital. Any major deal or conflict is now viewed through the lens of US-China interaction. How will this interaction develop? What are the role and interests of Russia?

Issues for Discussion:

  • How will the global political landscape change under the influence of US-China interaction?
  • The role and interests of other major players: the European Union, India, Japan, countries of Southeast Asia, and Russia in this interaction.
  • Will the US-China interaction developing in the current form of technological rivalry and trade wars lead to the deepening of globalization and the improvement of other countries' well-being?
  • Who will win in the confrontation between the USA and China, and how?

Moderator:

Participants:

  • Vasily Kashin, Senior Researcher, Institute of the Far East, Russian Academy of Science
  • Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Institute for Global Relations, Yale University
11:30 – 13:00
Building 5, Floor 3, Green Hall
NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY FOR MEDICINE OF THE FUTURE
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Diagnostic and treatment methods used by nuclear medicine and radiation therapy are among the most progressive and actively developing in world practice. Early diagnosis of diseases using radiopharmaceuticals and their timely treatment are intended to improve the quality of living and life expectancy. Nuclear medicine has become one of the fastest growing areas in the world with an expected increase in the global consumption by 3 to 5 times. What are the current challenges for the development of nuclear medicine in Russia? What can accelerate the development of nuclear medicine?

Issues for Discussion:

  • Nuclear medicine: medicine or nuclear technologies?
  • Prospects of nuclear medicine development in Russia.
  • Human resources for nuclear medicine.

Moderator:

Participants:

Experts:

  • Anna Guseva, EY Partner, Head of the Transaction Advisory Services for for Companies in Medical and Biological Industry
  • Olga Shpichko, Managing Director for Investment, RUSNANO Management Company LLC
  • Nikolay Tyurin, Scientific adviser, SSC IHEP
11:30 – 13:00
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 214
A TOOL TO REDUCE MEDICAL ERRORS: QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER
Business Program
Expert Discussion

The discussion shall cover regulatory amendments in medical licensing based on territorial planning principles to improve access to healthcare, issues regarding enhancement of healthcare delivery quality through formation of a quality control system at the level of a healthcare provider and at the regional level.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Territorial planning in medical licensing as a tool to improve access to healthcare.
  • High-quality healthcare as a factor of increase of competitive advantages in the healthcare market.
  • International experience in assurance of healthcare quality. Healthcare providers accreditation and certification systems.
  • How to build an effective healthcare quality control system at the level of a region and at the level of a medical organization.

Moderator:

Participants:

Experts:

  • Victor Fisenko, Vice Governor, the Primorye Territory
  • Igor Ivanov, Director General, Federal State Budgetary Institution National Quality Institute, Federal Service for Supervision in Healthcare (Roszdravnadzor)
  • Irina Seregina, Deputy Head of the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare
  • Rafael Shavaliev, Chief Medical Officer, State Autonomous Healthcare Institution Republican Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan
11:30 – 13:00
Building 1, Floor 2, Conference Hall
“RUSSIA – AUSTRIA. COMMON HISTORY MILESTONES”
Special Events
Presentation of the book

Editor in chief S. Karner, A. Chubaryan. Moscow, Aspekt Press Publishing House, 2019.

The publication reflects the general view of scientists from Russia and Austria on the events of a common history from the end of the 15th century to the present day. The book discusses complex international problems: the European balance of power in the 18th century, the Napoleonic Wars, the collapse of empires and world wars of the 20th century, crises of the Cold War, and the challenges of our time. The book, conceived as a guide for history teachers and student historians, is intended for a wide range of readers.

The publication was financially supported by the Sochi Dialogue Russian-Austrian Civil Society Forum, the inaugural meeting of which took place on May 15, 2019 in Sochi in the presence of the presidents of both countries V.V. Putin and Alexander Van der Bellen.

Speakers:

  • Alexander Chubaryan, Academic Director of the Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Co-Chair of the Russian-Austrian Commission of Historians
  • Stefan Carner, Professor, founder and the first director of Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Research on War’s Consequences; co-chairman of the Russian-Austrian Commission of Historians
13:00 – 14:00
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 213
“UNBALANCED: THE CODEPENDENCY OF AMERICA AND CHINA”
Special Events
Presentation of the Russian Edition of the book

Moscow: Gaidar Institute Publishing House, 2019

At the end of 1970s, the Chinese and US economy took each other in awkward arms constraining both parties. Initially, relations between the parties were of mutually beneficial nature, however, in recent years, they were caught in a trap of instable interdependency, where the both largest economies of the world have lost their sense of self. Therefore, the threat that relations of the two economies will grow into destruction substantially increases. Stephen Roach, the author of Unbalanced: The Codependency of America and China, shall tell readers about a large number of pitfalls concealed in the depth of US-China economic relations, and also blunders and delusions related thereto. The author focuses on the major conflicts that resulted in occurrence of centers of tension between the two countries, including disputes on trade policy and intellectual property rights, sharp differences in management styles at the top level, role of the Internet, recent disputes regarding the practice of cyber-hacks and many other things.

  • Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Institute for Global Relations, Yale University
14:00 – 15:30
Building 5, Floor 5, Assembly Hall
NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY POLICY AND REGIONAL SPECIFICS
Business Program
Panel Discussion

The technological policy in the field of innovative development is being formed at the national level, while its implementation is largely vested in the regional authorities and development institutions.

The country's competitiveness is largely determined by the ability of regions to grow technological leaders, achieving national goals and responding to global challenges.

Moreover, the process of technological policy implementation is largely determined by the peculiarities of a particular region.

Issues for Discussion:

  • How to effectively take into account regional peculiarities for the formation of national technological policy?
  • Mechanisms for synchronization of technological companies support at the regional and federal levels.
  • Opportunities for the formation of interregional mechanisms of technological initiatives support.
  • The role of large business in shaping of regional technological policy.

Moderator:

  • Anatoly Chubais, Chairman, the Executive Board of RUSNANO Management Company LLC

Participants:

14:00 – 15:30
Building 5, Floor 4, White Hall
EDUCATION EXPORT DEVELOPMENT
Business Program
Panel Discussion

The Russian system of higher education has an ambitious goal: in situation of intense competition for human capital, double the number of foreign students in Russian universities by 2024. In addition to increasing the number of students, education export should become a significant part of the non-resource export of the Russian Federation and facilitate the development of territories. Another important task is the employment of foreign citizens graduating from Russian universities in Russian companies (both in Russia and abroad). It is necessary to identify the barriers that stand in the way of attracting talented young people from abroad to Russia to study and work. Accordingly, a Concept and a Program for Russian education promoting in the international educational market, as well as mechanisms for attracting foreign students to the Russian Federation should be developed, taking into account many factors, including geopolitical, linguistic, social and cultural.

Moderator:

  • Andrey Volkov, Director of the Institute of Social Strategies, Scientific Director of the Moscow School of Management Skolkovo

Participants:

14:00 – 15:30
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 214
FINANCIAL CONTROL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL GOALS
Business Program
Expert Discussion

Implementation of national goals is a key area of activity of governmental authorities at all levels. Its control and evaluation require the development of a new methodology, methods and technologies.

Efficient implementation of this task is impossible without an integrated approach to financial control and public audit. In modern control and expert analysis, one should focus on development of system-based and up-to-date assessment criteria, on recommendations to governmental authorities in overcoming difficulties on the way to achievement of national development goals. At present, institutional conditions are being created for an independent external and internal examination of national goals based on the analysis and comprehensive interpretation of financial control findings. This circumstance has led to a change in understanding of the role of financial control bodies, independent audit firms, and the expert community.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Methodology, methods and technologies of control and evaluation of implementation of national goals.
  • Institutional conditions for an independent external and internal examination of implementation of national goals.
  • Role of financial control bodies, independent audit firms, and the expert community in control and evaluation of implementation of national goals.

Moderator:

Participants:

  • Alexander Bystryakov, Deputy Director of the IPACS RANEPA
  • Artem Larin, EY Partner, Head, Clean Technologies and Sustainable Development Department in CIS
  • Elina Sidorenko, Professor, Chair of Criminal Law, Criminal Proceeding and Criminalistics Department, MGIMO-University

Experts:

  • Roman Artyukhin, CEO of Federal Treasury
  • Mikhail Beskhmelnitsyn, Head, the Control and Analytical Service of the CEO – Chairman of the Board, the Russian Railways OJSC
  • Tatyana Blinova, Auditor, the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
  • Evgeny Danchikov, Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the Main Control Department of Moscow
  • Svetlana Yachevskaya, Deputy Chairman, Member of the Board of the State Development Corporation VEB.RF
14:00 – 15:30
Building 5, Floor 3, Red Hall
WHAT AND HOW TO SURVEY? NEW LAWS IN THE MEANS OF CONTROL AND SUPERVISION
Business Program
Panel Discussion

In June 2019, in pursuance of an order from the President of Russia to implement the Message to the Federal Assembly, the Government approved an Action Plan for implementation of the “regulatory guillotine” mechanism. An ambitious task has been set to ensure the introduction of amendments to the legislation of the Russian Federation, providing for the cancellation as of January 1, 2021 of all regulatory legal acts establishing requirements, the compliance with which has to be verified during the implementation of state control (supervision), and the introduction of new standards containing updated requirements developed taking into account the risk-oriented approach and the current level of technological development in relevant areas. Currently, two new bills are being prepared in the area of ​​control and surveillance, which will become two pillars of the “regulatory guillotine” — on mandatory requirements and on state and municipal control.

Issues for Discussion:

  • What is the status of bills on mandatory requirements and state and municipal control?
  • How will the “regulatory guillotine” work?
  • How to prevent profanation of the reform?
  • What most significant results for citizens and business to expect?
  • How to carry out the risk-oriented control and supervision in a new way?

Moderator:

  • Yury Lyubimov, Deputy Chief, Government Staff of the Russian Federation

Participants:

  • Igor Bartsits, Director, the Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service, RANEPA
  • Talia Khabrieva, Director, Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation
  • Aleksey Khersontsev, Deputy Minister of Economic Development – Head of the Federal Accreditation Service (Rosaccreditation)
  • Renaud Seligmann, Country Director and Resident Representative of the World Bank for the Russian Federation
  • Savva Shipov, State Secretary and Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
  • Vyacheslav Vitushkin, Chief of Staff of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
  • Victor Evtukhov, State Secretary, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
14:00 – 15:30
Building 5, Floor 3, Green Hall
THE TRANSFORMATION OF RUSSIAN NOTARY SYSTEM IN THE NEW ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
Scientific Expert Program
Expert Discussion

The transition to digital economy has given rise to discussions about the future of many professions that are in danger of extinction. Active introduction of digital technologies makes relevant the issues of notary’s place and role in the digital economy.

As part of the discussion, it is proposed to discuss absolutely opposite points of view - from complete rejection of the notaryship to giving a notary a primary role in the digital economy.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Will digitalization kill notaryship?
  • Will the machine be able to evaluate interests, act as a personal legal assistant for a regular person?
  • Will the state be able to provide legal safeguards of civil commerce in digital formats and with which means? (spoiler: yes, through a notary public acting on its behalf)
  • Who, other than a notary, will be able to verify will and its expression, legal capacity of a person, his/her awareness of legal consequences, etc.?
  • Digital discrimination of public and ways to overcome it.
  • Why does the business switching to digital commerce need a notary?
  • Notary in digital commerce: help or burden? Is the institution ready to such interaction? Digital Notary Act.
  • Role of notaryship in the digital future.

Moderator:

  • Oleg Zaitsev, Dean of the Higher School of Law, IPACS, RANEPA

Keynote report:

  • Konstantin Korsik, President of the Federal Notary Chamber of the Russian Federation

Experts:

  • Elena Borisenko, Deputy Board Chairman of Gazprombank, Chairman of the Supervisory Council of the Petersburg International Legal Forum Fund
  • Sergey Fabrichny, Member of the Federation Council Committee on the Rules and Organization of Parliamentary Activities
  • Alisa Grafton, Scrivener Notary, Partner at Cheeswrights LLP
  • Andrey Klishas, Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building
  • Pavel Krasheninnikov, Chairman of the State Construction and Legislation Committee, State Duma, Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
  • Maria Melnikova, Advisor to the Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation
  • Dmitry Ter-Stepanov, Director for Normative Regulation, ANO Digital Economy
14:00 – 15:30
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 213
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION: EMERGING NEW JOBS AND NEW SKILLS FOR THE FUTURE MARKET
Scientific Expert Program
Expert Discussion

Issues for Discussion:

During the round table we will discuss the following questions:

  • In what way do digital and environmental issues impact modern organizations and transform the jobs needed?
  • What are the key skills required? Digital? Innovative? Intercultural? Soft skills?
  • What are the specific features of the Russian market? How French and Russian business education can collaborate to fulfill company and market expectations.

Moderator:

Participants:

Experts:

  • Irina Aksenova, Deputy General director Coleman Services UK
  • Matthieu Gomart, CEO Yves Rocher
  • Albert Grigoryan, General Representative, ENGIE in Russia, Head of Representative Office in Moscow
  • Chirstophe Huet, Partner CMS
  • Artem Simonov, Leading Data Scientist, Europe, BCG
  • Aleksey Svishchev, Manager of the Russian-French Bachelor's Program Project, Institute of Business Studies, RANEPA
14:00 – 15:30
Building 2, Floor 2, Lecture Room 237
BRAIN VS. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Special Events
Open Dialogue

The modern world is an environment that did not exist before. We ended up in a different world. It is fluid, transparent, unstable, ultrafast, hybrid. Everything collapsed in it at once. The independent life of the digital world is in full swing: the Internet of Things, self-organization of networks. In this situation, are you sure that we all see the world the same way? Moreover, are you sure that there is an objective world? After all, the world is in the eyes of the beholder... More precisely, in their brain.

We are all different: people, cultures, students and their teachers. This means that one must teach different students differently: capable and ordinary, quiet and vibrant. Everyone has their own peculiarities but they must be found and reflected. What is needed is not a teacher, but a personality shaper. People should be taught how to learn learning. It is necessary to explain that the learning process gives every right to make a mistake, allows for inaccuracies. There are no perfect people; people should have the right to make mistakes.

Moderator:

  • Sergey Myasoedov, Vice-Rector, Dean of the Institute of Business Studies, RANEPA

Participants:

  • Tatyana Chernigovskaya, Head of the Department of the Problems of Convergence in Natural Sciences and Humanities, Head of the Laboratory for Cognitive Studies, the Saint Petersburg State University
  • Timothy Mescon, Executive Vice President, Chief Officer for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, AACSB International
14:00 – 15:30
Building 1, Floor 2, Conference Hall
MEETING OF THE PUBLIC COUNCIL OF THE BASIC ORGANIZATION OF THE CIS COUNTRIES FOR TRAINING IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Special Events
Open Meeting

Moderator:

  • Andrey Margolin, Vice Rector, Director of the Institute of Finance and Sustainable Development, RANEPA

Participants:

  • Lutfiya Abdulkholiqzoda, Head of Department of Science and Education of the Executive Apparatus of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan
  • Erlan Abil, Rector, the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Almazbek Akmataliev, Rector, the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Gor Chatinyan, Vice-Rector, the Public Administration Academy of the Republic of Armenia
  • Abdukhalil Gafurzoda, Rector, the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Tajikistan
  • Andrey Margolin, Vice Rector, Director of the Institute of Finance and Sustainable Development, RANEPA
  • Gennady Palchik, Rector, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Belarus
  • Alexey Sazonov, Director, Department of Humanitarian Cooperation, General Political and Social Problems, CIS Executive Committee
  • Vladimir Shamakhov, Director, North-West Institute of Management, RANEPA
16:00 – 17:30
Building 5, Floor 5, Conference Hall
NEW IMAGE OF THE STATE INSPECTOR
Business Program
Panel Discussion

Existing legislation in the field of control and supervision is excessively complex, which leads to non-transparency of control and supervision activities. The transition to risk-oriented, intellectual control and supervision poses a new challenge in training state inspectors with a significant set of competencies in the fields of risk analysis and management, law, information technology, and specific knowledge in the field of control and supervision.

Issues for Discussion:

  • How fast can inspectors be retrained with the existing set of educational approaches?
  • Is the standard code of ethics and official conduct of state and municipal employees suitable for the inspector?
  • What qualifications should the inspector have?
  • What competencies, professional knowledge and skills should an inspector carrying out various types of inspections have?
  • Are the minimum qualification requirements defined in the draft law “On State Control (Supervision) and Municipal Control in the Russian Federation” sufficient?
  • What are the economic and legal consequences of such changes?

Moderator:

  • Yury Lyubimov, Deputy Chief, Government Staff of the Russian Federation

Participants:

16:00 – 17:30
Building 5, Floor 5, Assembly Hall
BUDGET BALANCE OF THE FUTURE HEALTHCARE
Business Program
Panel Discussion

The global trend of the new century is the increase in health care spending.
This is due to the aging of the population, the speed of technology development, the increase in the needs of the population as a whole, and many other factors. The analysis of key indicators of the healthcare budget efficiency for many economies shows that countries with larger budgets are not always at the top of the ratings of the healthcare systems efficiency and public health indicators. A lot depends on the right balance and priorities within the healthcare system, which allow achieving the best results at all stages of medical care. Achieving such a balance is a painstaking work to determine the most efficient and comprehensive methods of prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation in the long run.

Issues for Discussion:

  • How can you find the most efficient one among the numerous approaches and practices of budgeting for health?
  • Health budgeting at national and regional levels.
  • How to balance the costs properly for various health care levels?
  • Healthcare innovations – when and how do investments return?

Moderator:

  • Ayrat Farrakhov, Deputy, the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation

Participants:

Experts:

  • Marwan Akar, Director General, MSD Pharmaceuticals LLC; Managing Director, MSD Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan
  • Luis Diaz-Rubio Amate, Managing Director, Emerging Markets at EMEA Janssen, pharmaceuticals division of Johnson & Johnson
  • Natalya Kolerova, President of Novartis Group of Companies Russia
  • Oxana Monge, Director General, Sanofi in the Euro-Asian countries
  • Grigory Potapov, Director General of Pharmstandart JSC
  • Natalya Stadchenko, Chairman of the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund
16:00 – 17:30
Building 5, Floor 3, Green Hall
TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES TO THE LABOR MARKET
Business Program
Panel Discussion

The topic of future labor market changes is becoming more and more widely discussed. Increasingly, there are fears that in the near future, new technologies will lead to a significant reduction in the number of jobs and mass unemployment. Not everyone agrees with such alarmist forecasts. However, few doubt that the future will lead to significant changes: the structure of employment will change, the share of the so-called “standard” employment will continue to decline. An aging work force will also lead to significant changes in the structure of employment. Can government employment policies mitigate transformational risks in the labor market and to what extent is Russia ready for future challenges?

Issues for Discussion:

  • The impact of technology on the labor market: risks, uncertainties, and expectations.
  • What will work be like in 30 years?
  • Does the world and Russia face technological unemployment?
  • Aging labor force and employment growth among the older population: is there a conflict of generations in the labor market?
  • What is more in line with the labor market of the future – full-time employment, flexible employment, non-standard work?

Moderator:

Participants:

  • Gila Gamliel, MK – Minister for Social Equality
  • Tatiana Maleva, Director, Institute of Social Analysis and Forecasts, RANEPA
  • Olga Rukhullayeva, Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for North Caucasus Affairs
  • Aleksandr Shokhin, President, the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
  • Vsevolod Vukolov, Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Petr Zaselsky, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
16:00 – 17:30
Building 5, Floor 4, White Hall
WILL THE BUBBLE OF ELITE SCHOOLS POP?
Business Program
Panel Discussion

There is no legislative definition of elite schools. As a rule, elite schools are those schools that provide an individual approach to teaching students, a special complicated curriculum, professionalism and friendliness of teachers, the necessary equipment for teaching, classes for 5–10 children or simply schools considered prestigious among parents.

A distinctive feature of the “elite” schools is large investments in their infrastructure both by the founder and by the parents. The modern innovative school infrastructure is a resource for the development of the educational institution, but without the professionalism of the teaching staff it is impossible to achieve high-quality results. How to find a balance between technology and professionalism?

Recently, only pupils sought high grades. Now, ratings are drawn up not only for teachers and students but also for schools. Rating parameters cover a wide range of educational results: from the Unified National Examination and the Basic State Examination and the Olympiads in various subjects to the sports results and WorldSkills professional competitions. Such a technique, it would seem, should stimulate schools to help each student, to develop their abilities and talents. But in reality this is impossible for every student. And ratings are turning into a way to report about “high-quality” education in a region.

Despite many positive aspects of the learning process in an elite school, there are many pitfalls. Negative factors include a limited number of classmates, inaccurate information about the success of the child, a small world in the form of an elite school, and the high cost of education.

Therefore, is the elite positioning necessary? Is it fair to say that only the “elite” schools can provide students with high-quality education, in-depth knowledge and skills?

Moderator:

  • Maksim Dulinov, Director of the Federal Institute of Education Development, RANEPA

Participants:

  • Isaak Kalina, Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the Moscow Department of Education and Science
  • Dmitry Klimishin, CEO, Prosveshcheniye Publishing House
  • Pavel Zenkovich, State Secretary – Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Experts:

  • Aleksandr Anikeev, Minister of Education and Science, the Kaluga region
  • Dmitry Fishbein, Director, Lyceum of National Research University - Higher School of Economics
  • Mikhail Mokrinsky, Director, Letovo school
  • Anton Molev, Scientific Director, Lyceum, RANEPA
  • Oleg Mosolov, Head of the Department for Education, Science and Youth Policy, the Voronezh region
  • Mikhail Sluch, Director of the Moscow State Budgetary Educational Institution “Fifty-seventh school”
  • Anna Vakhneyeva, Principal, School 1517
16:00 – 17:30
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 213
HOUSING MARKET: DEVELOPMENT TRENDS
Business Program
Expert Discussion

Over the past year, the housing market in Russia has undergone changes: there have been trends towards lower mortgage rates and the provision of mortgages for private housing. The innovations introduced in the Federal Law “On participation in shared-equity construction of apartment buildings and other real estate and on amendments to certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation” dated December 30, 2004 No. 214-ФЗ changed the rules and mechanisms of market functioning. The questions remain how quickly will market players be able to adapt to these changes, and what potential development prospects await the industry in the new decade?

Issues for Discussion:

  • The transition of the housing market to project financing.
  • Private housing construction. Mortgage lending for private housing construction.

Moderator:

  • Nikita Stasishin, Deputy Minister of Construction, Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation

Participants:

  • Marat Khusnullin, Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Government of Moscow on Urban Development Policy and Construction
  • Svetlana Orlova, Auditor, Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
  • Aleksandr Plutnik, Chairman of the Management Board, Director General of DOM.RF JSC
  • Olga Polyakova, Deputy Governor, member of the Board, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation

Experts:

  • Sergei Bessonov, Vice-President, Director, Credit Products and Processes Division, Sberbank
  • Denis Kolokolnikov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, RRG
  • Olga Magilina, Deputy Director General, Cascade Nedvizhimost, representative of the multi-regional developer RKS Development
  • Alexander Pirozhenko, Adviser to the Director General, Agency for Strategic Initiatives
  • Ivan Romanov, Deputy Director General, LSR Group
  • Dmitry Timofeyev, Vice-President, PIK Group
16:00 – 17:30
Building 5, Floor 2, Lecture Room 214
DOES DIGITALIZATION OF LAW MEAN A SOCIETY WITHOUT CORRUPTION?
Scientific Expert Program
Expert Discussion

Corruption is one of the global problems of our time, largely hindering the socio-economic and political development of any country.

The scale of this social phenomenon is transnational and poses a threat not only to individual countries, but to the entire global community. In this regard, a discussion of issues related to the formation of efficient legal, organizational and “digital” anti-corruption mechanisms that allow creating a comfortable communication system between the state and society is required.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Law against corruption: global experience.
  • The mission of the “regulatory guillotine” in the fight against corruption.
  • Features of anti-corruption at the regional level.
  • Current trends in anti-corruption education.
  • Artificial intelligence in the fight against corruption?

Moderator:

Participants:

  • Evgeny Kuzmin, Head of the Department for Analytical, Organizational and Methodological Support, Presidential Anti-Corruption Directorate of the Russian Federation
  • Denis Novak, Deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation
  • Irina Rukavishnikova, Member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
  • Aleksandr Savenkov, Director of the Institute of State and Law, the Russian Academy of Sciences

Experts:

  • Vitaly Belinsky, Referent, Presidential Anti-Corruption Directorate of the Russian Federation
  • Iliia Dimitrov, Founder and Executive Director, Seldon Group
  • Ilya Kucherov,
  • Vladimir Lafitsky, Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Anti-Corruption Academy
  • Irina Popova, Deputy Director, the Department of the State Policy in the Public and Municipal Services, Anti-Corruption, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Artyom Tsyrin, Acting Head of Division, Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation
  • Sergey Vorontsov, Head of the Anti-Corruption Center, RANEPA
16:00 – 17:30
Building 2, Floor 2, Lecture Room 237
THE LEADER SPEAKING
Special Events

Speeches about leadership, personal advancement and effective management rules by winners of the Russian Leaders contest.

Issues for Discussion:

  • What is the difference between the leader and manager?
  • How not just to survive, but also to be successful in the world full of stress?
  • Why did physical culture and sports become the mandatory part of life of top manager?
  • To which extent is experience in business applicable in public administration?

Moderator:

  • Larisa Katysheva, Director, the Modern Communication Center, the Higher School of Public Administration, RANEPA

Participants:

17:00 – 19:00
Building 1, Floor 2, Conference Hall
RESULTS OF 2019 AND NEW HORIZONS FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
Special Events
Open meeting of the Presidium of the National Board of Business Education Quality Assessment (NASDOBR)

Moderator:

  • Natalya Evtikhieva, Director General, National Board of Business Education Quality Assessment (NASDOBR)

Keynote report:

  • Alexander Zhukov, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation; Chairman of the Presidium, National Board of Business Education Quality Assessment (NASDOBR)

Speakers:

  • Lyubov Dukhanina, Deputy Chairperson of the Committee for Education and Culture at the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
  • Lemka Izmailova, Director of the National Accreditation Agency in the Field of Education
  • Sergey Kravtsov, Head of the Federal Service for the Supervision of Education and Science

Participants:

  • Maxim Fateev, Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation
  • Nonna Kagramanyan, Vice President, Head of Executive Committee of “Business Russia”
  • Vadim Kovalyov, First Deputy Executive Director, the Association of Managers of Russia
  • Alexander Murychev, Executive Vice President, the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
  • Sergey Myasoedov, Vice-Rector, Dean of the Institute of Business Studies, RANEPA
  • Dmitry Nesvetov, Member of the Council of the Moscow City Branch of the All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business OPORA RUSSIA
  • Garegin Tosunyan, President of the Association of Russian Banks