Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/10. – Balancing the effects of the Ukrainian war: the development of the Chinese economy in 2022

Abstract The Chinese economy grew by 8.1% in 2021. Growth in the fourth quarter was 4.0%, exceeding earlier estimates by analysts who had predicted an average GDP of 3.6% for the final quarter of the year. The year 2022 appeared to be a challenging but favorable year for China’s economic development prior to the warContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/10. – Balancing the effects of the Ukrainian war: the development of the Chinese economy in 2022”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/9. –  The Effects of Oil Price Volatility on the Economies of the Middle East and the Great Powers

Abstract Oil has remained a key energy source in the 21st century, and price volatility is having a significant impact on the economies of countries around the world. At the time of the pandemic, demand for oil plummeted due to the slowdown in economic activity. However, oil prices have risen sharply since then, well aboveContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/9. –  The Effects of Oil Price Volatility on the Economies of the Middle East and the Great Powers”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/8. – About the importance of energy resources in the Caspian Sea in the light of the Russian-Ukrainian war

Abstract The Caspian Sea region is one of the world’s oldest oil producing areas, which is expanding and becoming an increasingly important global energy source. The region has significant oil and gas reserves, both in the coastal areas of the Caspian Sea and in onshore deposits in its basin. Whether Caspian countries are able toContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/8. – About the importance of energy resources in the Caspian Sea in the light of the Russian-Ukrainian war”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/7. –  The economy of Japan

Abstract Japan is one of the largest and most developed economies in the world, with a well-educated and hard-working workforce, and its population makes it one of the largest consumer markets in the world in terms of size and standard of living. Its post-World War II economic growth was unprecedented. Japan was the second largestContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/7. –  The economy of Japan”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/6. – The Indian Economy in the Spring of 2022 in the Light of the Russia-Ukraine War

Abstract While the world economy is recovering from the coronavirus outbreak, it has recently been shaken by the consequences of the Russian-Ukrainian war, which is also affecting the economic development of India, a global player. The rise in commodity prices and the disruption of trade chains have triggered a new wave of crises, which isContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/6. – The Indian Economy in the Spring of 2022 in the Light of the Russia-Ukraine War”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/5. – Present and future of the Western Europe-Western China

Abstract In Eurasia, there are currently a number of global projects aimed at expanding economic cooperation between countries on the continent. Most of these initiatives are related to China and the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union and aim to optimize the logistics of the movement of goods. One such project is the construction ofContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/5. – Present and future of the Western Europe-Western China”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/4. – Turkey as the gateway to East and West

Abstract Turkey’s position in the world economy has undergone fundamental changes over the past decade. London-based Standard Chartered, a multinational banking and financial services company predicts that Turkey will become the world’s fifth-largest economy by 2030, which, given recent developments and economic indicators, seems far from impossible. At the same time, it has become anContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/4. – Turkey as the gateway to East and West”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/3. – The consequences of Covid-19 in the Philippines and future prospects for the development of the Philippine economy

Abstract As in other countries around the world, the coronavirus epidemic has had a major impact on the economy of the Philippines. The crisis has also called into question the achievements of the Dutertenomics programme launched in 2016, while the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte has done its utmost to mitigate the effects of theContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/3. – The consequences of Covid-19 in the Philippines and future prospects for the development of the Philippine economy”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/2. – Singapore’s economy in 2021 – Raising from the ashes?

Abstract Several peculiarities of the Singaporean economy stand out clearly: the size of the economy, the focus on business services and technological development, and the unique exchange rate system, etc. For this reason, it is worth taking a look at how the Singapore economy responded to the economic crisis triggered by the COVID‑19 pandemic andContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/2. – Singapore’s economy in 2021 – Raising from the ashes?”

Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/1. – Where is Japan heading?

Abstract Japan is the third largest economy in the world, however, it seems that nowadays Japan has been stuck in an economic time wrap and failed to keep pace with the growth it has seen around in Asia. In 2021 the country faced numerous challenges, not only because Japan was hosting the Olympic Games, butContinue reading “Eurasia Center Brief Analysis EC/2022/1. – Where is Japan heading?”