Key speakers of the Conference
Askar Akayev, Doctor of technical sciences, Professor, Chief researcher of Moscow State University.
Soviet and Kyrgyz statesman and politician, now engaged in scientific activities in Moscow. From 1990 to 2005 Askar Akayev was the President of the Kyrgyz Republic (the Kyrgyz SSR until 1991). In 1989-1990 he was the President of the Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz SSR. Foreign member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Honorary Member of the International Academy of Engineering.
Viktor Barkhatov, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Honory Worker of the Higher School, Honorary Professor of CSU, Director of the Institute of Economics of Industries, Business and Administration.
Soviet and Russian scientist who made a significant contribution to the development of economic thought about regional development. One of the prominent scientists and economists of the Ural.
Ruslan Grinberg, Russian economist, Doctor of Economics, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Research interests: economic theory, globalization of the world economy, economic and political problems of the post-Soviet space, the role of the state in the modern economy.
Evgeny Popov, Russian economist, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and Doctor of Economics, Honory Scientist of the Russian Federation, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences since December 22, 2011 in the Department of Social Sciences (institutional economics).
He is the author of mini-economics, a section of microeconomic research that studies the relationship between economic agents within an individual business entity.
Alexander Buzgalin, Russian economist, theorist and publicist of the “left” flank of public thought, Director of the Institute of Socioeconomics of Moscow Financial and Law University, Pprofessor at Moscow State University (Department of Political Economy, Faculty of Economics). Member of the Central Committee of the CPSU (1990−91).
The main areas of research: methodology of socio-economic research and philosophy of economics; global transformation processes; knowledge-based economy; alter globalization, etc.
Pham Van Dook - Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Vice President of the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Professor (Hanoi, Vietnam).
In 2020, the conference proceeds in a new level, inviting not only Russian, but also foreign scientists to participate. The conference gains international status.
The list of conference sections:
1. Economic Theory and Economic Education in the Modern World
2. Development and Self-Development of Socio-Economic Systems: Country, Region, City, District
3. The Effectiveness of Industrial Enterprises in the Modern World
4. The Competitiveness of the Industrial Region
5. Social Development of a Country, Region and Person
6. Media Communications and Media Technologies as the Drivers for the Development of Socio-Economic Systems.
7. Digital transformation of education and employment as a challenge to the competitiveness of the socio-economic system.