Presentations & Publications

The Financial Architecture of the Post-crisis World

The Round table „The Financial Architecture of the Post-crisis World: Efficiency and/or Fairness?“ was held on the 25th of June 2009 at the Institute of Contemporary Development (INSOR).   The results of the worlwide research project of the Post-Crisis World Institution have been presented to the Round table participants.


The round table topic -  formulation of the position of Russia concerning the world finance reforms.

The Round table participants - leading Russian experts, researchers and financial analytics, including:

- Ruslan Grinberg, Director of the Institute of Economics, RAS,

- Alexey Drozhilov, Adviser of the Central Bank of Russia, 

- Vladimir Evstigneev, Professor of the HSE, 

- Alexander Nikitin, Director for Investments of the Norum Private Equity Advisors Ltd.,

- Sergei Pahomov, Head of the Committee for Foreign Borrowing of Moscow,

- Elina Ribakova, Chief Economist Russia of the Citibank,

- Alexey Rybnikov, Vice-president of the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange,

- Sergey Storchak, Deputy Finance Minister of the Russian Federation,

 - Alexey Timofeev, Chairman of the NAUFOR Executive Board,

- Igor Yurgens, Chairman of the Management Board, INSOR.-Evgeniy Yassin, Scientific Director of the HSE,  and others.

Ekaterina Shipova, Director of the Post-Crisis World Institute Foundation and Yuri Danilov, Head of the Board of Trustees of the Post-Crisis World Institute Foundation, presented to the round table participants the Report entitled “The Financial Architecture of the Post-crisis World: Efficiency of Solutions”, prepared for the BRIK Summit in June by the Post-Crisis World Institute Foundation and based on results of the second global research project of the Institute. 

The research was conducted in two directions:  in a form of survey of more than 220 leading experts from 51 country of the world, and in a form of fundamental analysis of the G20 documents.

During the round table meeting the participants discussed the key topics of the conducted research, i.e. the G20 Summit results, the conflict of interests among developed and developing countries, fundamental courses of the financial crisis, the role of international institutions,  different scenarios for the world currency system reform, potential of new financial centers, including Moscow, etc.Special attention was paid to the role of Russia in developing a new world financial architecture, interconnection of Russia with the rest of the world, positions of the Russian State, business and expert communities, and also the global civilization crisis risks.

The round table participants highly evaluated the conducted research  and demonstrated their interest in future research in this field of the Institute.

Post-Crisis World Institute