“What develops a crisis? How crises are made?” A lecture by Vasilisa Koltashova at the Gorchakov Fund

07 August 2019

The Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund invites you to attend a lecture by Vasilisa Koltashova “What develops a crisis? How crises are made?” The event will take place in Moscow on August 14.

The summer of 2019 has brought us not only cold air of the Arctic, but also expectations of a new economic crisis. However, should growth slowdown, decline in the US financial markets and trade wars between countries be considered as a new crisis? Don’t we stay in the zone of negative gravitation of the "crisis of 2018”? What crisis is the world going through? Why is it so much like the crisis of 1973-1982 and why does it have many other relatives – similar crises in the past? What role those big crises play, what are their mechanics and frequency, what place do they occupy in the hierarchy of crises and what do they change? How has the modern crisis already changed the economy and what should we expect?

This and much more will be discussed during a lecture by Director of the Institute of New Society, Head of the Center for Political and Economic Studies Vasilisa Koltashova.

The event is open to the public.

Venue: Gorchakov Fund (10/1 Yakovoapostolsky pereulok, Moscow).

The event will start on August 14 at 7:00 pm Moscow time (registration will open at 6:30 pm Moscow time).

The language of the event is Russian (without interpretation).

Register here

The number of seats is limited!



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