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Even with all the capital we represent from our various institutions, we cannot achieve all the goals of the 2030 Agenda alone, hence we need to scale innovations as well as partner more effectively with the private sector," said Guriev.
beaucoup moins que]La Tunisie est pour nous un partenaire essentiel, qui connait actuellement une transformation economique et politique majeure[beaucoup plus grand que], a declare Guriev, selon le meme communique de presse, et qui ajoute que sa visite sera une [beaucoup moins que]occasion d'aborder les questions qui figurent au programme des reformes avec les decideurs politiques, les acteurs du monde des affaires et les representants de la societe civile tunisiens, et de leur faire partager l'experience de la BERD en matiere de soutien a la transition vers l'economie de marche dans ses pays d'operations.
Guriev, chairman of the Management Board of PhosAgro, one of the world's leading producers of mineral fertilizers, said that due to the launch of the new capacities, his company will be increasing sales by 8%--10% per year in the next several years.
Sergei Guriev has told public broadcaster BNR that it will be domestic consumption that will serve as an engine for the economy over this period, compared to the export-driven GDP increase of the past years.
com/magazine/2015/06/01/house-of-secrets) revealed last year was owned by Andrei Guriev, a Russian fertilizer tycoon, whose fortune is estimated at $3.
Sergei Guriev, Russia's most prominent free market economist, left Moscow in 2013 for Paris, in fear of his liberty.
NATO's toppling of the Libyan leader Muammar Qaddhafi, the Arab Spring and the Moscow street protests that followed rattled Putin, said Sergei Guriev, the noted Russian economist now based in Paris.
Sergei Guriev, Sciences Po (Paris), and Daniel Treisman, University of California, Los Angeles, and NBER, "How Modern Dictators Survive: Co-optation, (Censorship, Propaganda, and Repression" (NBER Working Paper No.
In previous columns I used Guriev and Treisman's framework to explain the utilization of information by authoritarian regimes.
To elucidate the antecedents and political implications of the unfolding economic crisis, Sergei Guriev opens by retracing Russia's macroeconomic dynamics of the past 14 years.
Guriev and Megginson (2005) summarize that privatization has spread into many industries, including those that had never been privately owned.
In addition, some scholars point out that autocrats allow a relatively open press to monitor lower-level bureaucrats in order to reduce corruption (Liebman 2011; Lorentzen forthcoming; Shirk 2011) or reward compliance (Egorov, Guriev, and Sonin 2009).