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О курсе

The aim of this online course is to convey fundamental information about elements of the Russian economic policy that have had influenced significantly on the today’s tendencies in the economic system in Russia. Basics of economics is a prerequisite in order to find out the main principles. So this is not just a story about Russia’s economy. Besides major goal of the course is to teach some outlines of economics as a science. Thus, the course will reveal common principles and instructions based on an analysis of features in the Russian economic history. This HSE course will introduce you into basic details of the post-Soviet economy and the place of transition in the elaboration of fundamentals of the modern Russian economy. So starting from the insights of the common problems of market reforms in Russia you will learn the economic peculiarities of today’s Russia as well. Understanding the features of the Russian economy will show the base of the most important changes in the economic history, modern situation and rank of Russian Federation in the world economy. Thus the lecturer will offer tools for analyzing the Russian economy in order to understand the business environment in Russia and to get remotely the skills required for working and investing in Russia. Nowadays, various economic indicators have a certain impact on our every day’s life - for example, rates of exchange, level of inflation and other factors determine how our income is distributed between saving and investing. In order to reach these aspects, it is necessary to understand main laws of economic theory. The course consists of short video lectures, 4 to 23 minutes long. Each week there will be a 15-question graded test. Do you have technical problems? Write to us: coursera@hse.ru...

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JK
25 мар. 2017 г.

This is one of the best courses which you can approach to understanding Russian economics, particularly its contemporary challenges and also a bridge to know the transition era!

JQ
30 мая 2017 г.

NICE REVIEW OF THE PAST THIRTY YEARS IN USSR AND RUSSIA. THANKS.

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26–45 из 45 отзывов о курсе Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition

автор: Романычева О Е

22 окт. 2019 г.

Мне понравился этот курс. Узнала для себя много полезной информации.

автор: Daniel M

29 июня 2016 г.

Very interesting course. I have significant insights from it.

автор: 정욱 이

13 июня 2018 г.

Thank You for your lecture professor! It helped me a lot!

автор: Samar B

25 янв. 2019 г.

This was a very eye-opening and informative course.

автор: Richard H

17 янв. 2017 г.

Thank You Vladimir. Excellent course.

автор: CHRISTINE M

9 сент. 2018 г.

Very good course. Thank you!!

автор: Muslum I

10 янв. 2022 г.

оЧЕНЬ ИНТЕРЕСНЫЙ КУРС!

автор: Sukhareva A

26 мар. 2018 г.

очень интересный курс

автор: david e

1 февр. 2020 г.

This was a high-level review of a very complicated period of Russian economic history. The instructor provided an appropriate level of objective statistics and actual examples to paint a realistic picture of Russia's opportunities and challenges. The opportunities are immense but the challenges are very formidable. Russia is blessed with an educated population and abundant natural resources. It needs to eliminate a culture of corruption, reduce unnecessary regulation, invest in infrastructure, and strengthen institutions that can support a vibrant market economy.

автор: Zoé T

9 мар. 2020 г.

The videos and the explanations are very clear. I have the feeling to have learn the major important point about the russian Economy in transition. But maybe the end of the course is a little bit outdated now and should be actualized.

автор: Мяктинов А

20 янв. 2017 г.

Курс описывает поверхностно

автор: CÜNEYT K

15 июня 2019 г.

That was insightful!

автор: Denis E

13 февр. 2019 г.

Dissatisfied for further reasons: the lecturer's proficiency in English in disappointing, not enough statistical evidence in lectures, the tests are not challenging enough and their quality is depressing (a lot of mistakes), quality of multimedia presentations (a lot of mistakes and omissions). The course is in need of a thorough rethinking, probably with a more fluent lecturer.

Nevertheless, thank you for raising many important issues.

автор: Olivier L

21 сент. 2016 г.

It is too simplified to get a real view of the 90's economic situation , especially the 91-93 years.

To talk about transition between A and C , better to talk about A and not only about B and C.

It is an useful course for general knowledge of Russia , it as a start , for more accurate analyses I could advise this ( in russian) :

https://openuni.io/course/2/

and that

https://openuni.io/course/3/

автор: Brandon I B

13 июня 2017 г.

This course has some really great content, and I learned a lot about the transition from communism in Russia. Unfortunately, the professor repeats himself ad nauseam and is often quite tangential, and I found the need to speed up the video speed by quite a bit.

автор: Veronika K

7 янв. 2017 г.

Poor delivery, very hard to listen. Lector uses too many buzz words like "em", "am". This is not a live lecture so it could be worth practicing and recording a clean quality speech. For example, lectures from the week 2 are unbearable to listen.

автор: Zsolt B

20 нояб. 2018 г.

Great content, great topic, but the English knowledge of the professor is very disturbing. With the same content, much shorter videos should have been created.

автор: Mikhail P

15 окт. 2020 г.

I am not a history expert, but spotted some minor mistakes / weird statements

автор: Ray E

14 июля 2020 г.

The analysis is not well-structured nor in-depth. Moreover, the English-level of the lecturer is not appropriate for international students. I'm disappointed. It was a waste of time.

автор: Joy S

8 окт. 2018 г.

Good info, week 4 has a mistake in the quiz that makes it unpassable.