The Russian Economy: Prospects for Putin 4.0
Editors: Andis Kudors, Jānis Hermanis
The Centre for East European Policy Studies. Rīga: University of Latvia Press, 2020. 184 p.
ISBN 978-9934-18-510-6

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This project was implemented by the Centre for East European Policy Studies in cooperation with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and European Commission Representation in Latvia.



Jānis Hermanis. Foreword
Andis Kudors. Introduction

Part I: Domestic Development
Maria Domanska. State of Russian Economy and its Influence on Putin’s Politics at the 4th Term
Vladimir Milov. Russia’s Dependency on the Energy Sector: How Long?
Dmitry Oreshkin. Putin’s Vertical and the Regions
Alеksandr Golts. Military Expenditure During Putin’s Rule

Part II: International Dimension
Kai-Olaf Lang, Kirsten Westphal. Russia and the European Union – The Changing Role of Energy
Vita Spivak. Russia-China Economic Relations under Putin Version 4.0
Mārcis Balodis. Eurasian Economic Union: Numbers and Trends
Marius Laurinavičius. Money River from Russia to the West. How Toxic is it?
Mārtiņš Kaprāns. Russia’s Economic Narratives Towards the Baltic States: Structural Elements and the Potential of Ideological Alignment

Andis Kudors, Jānis Hermanis. Conclusion

Attachment: State of the Russian Economy

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