Strategies for Russia
- Development of paths of non-resource sector of the economy
- Dialog between representatives of business and government
- More than 1500 participants from Russia and round the World
Stolypin’s Forum is the new international expert platform, which will be attended by about 1,500 participants, including Russian and foreign experts from more than 15 countries, representatives of a government, business community and media.
The first day of the Forum will be devoted to the economic agenda of the country and a discussion of the main aspects of the “road map” for ensuring sustainable economic growth in the non-resource sector of the Russian economy. During the second day, the most important social and political issues at the international level will be discussed.
In order to study international experience, foreign government officials and experts are invited as leading speakers, as well as heads and ex-heads of development institutions responsible for the implementation of economic reforms.
In 2017, Boris Titov together with the Institute of Growth Economics named after P.A. Stolypin presented the Medium-Term Program for Socio-Economic Development of Russia up to 2025 – “Growth Strategy”. The program was developed on the instructions of the President of Russia No. Pr-1347 of July 14, 2016 and submitted to the President of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Russian Federation on February 28, 2017.
The main KPIs from the previously developed “Growth Strategy” in 2018 were included in the Decree and the Message of the President of the Russian Federation to the Federal Assembly. It was recognized that the key objectives of economic policy are: the entry of the Russian Federation among the five largest economies in the world and economic growth rates higher than average in the world economy.
The first Stolypin’s Forum was held in March 25-26, 2018. It allowed to hold a discussion between representatives of the state and international experts, entrepreneurs, in order to make the country's main decision - the choice of a path for further socio-economic development.
If the outlined trends continue until 1950, Russia will dominate in Europe from both political, economic and financial points of view by the middle of this century.