Macroeconomic Indicators of RA and Different Countries were Analyzed
The regular scientific seminar is the one of Chair of Macroeconomics, the representatives of which reported on scientific research characterizing macroeconomic indicators of our, developed and developing countries. The seminar was attended by Gagik Vardanyan, Vice Rector of Science and International Relations, Karen Grigoryan, the Chair of Macroeconomics, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, representatives of Faculty staff, PhDs, students.
Gagik Vardanyan, once again emphasizes that it is expected to develop recommendations for socio-economic development of the country as a result of seminars.
The first reporter was Karen Grigoryan, who analyzed the macroeconomic situation in a number of countries around the World, separately viewed the US economic growth which has the largest impact on the economy of the countries, which was estimated at 1.7% in 2016. The impact of global economic developments on Armenia's economy was assessed.
Haykaz Hovhannisyan, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, reported on “Macroeconomic Development in the RA under Conditions of Membership in the Eurasian Economic Union”.
According to the speaker, there are no clear reasons for the assessment of Armenia’s macroeconomic development after joining the economic structure, however, he presented the macroeconomic indicators of Armenia before and after membership.
The conclusion was as following: EEU contributed to the growth of our country's foreign trade, but foreign investment declined.
Vazgen Poghosyan, PhD student, who works at the department of monitory policy in the CB, carried out sectoral Analysis of the Economy. He drew attention to real and financial sectors of the economy. Pointing to Turkey’s macroeconomic mistakes the PhD student showed how to avoid them in case of Armenia.
There were other reports also – Varsik Tigranyan, PhD in Economics reported on “The Anti-Crisis Policy Efficiency Index”, Melanya Gharagyozyan, Assistant Professor – “Short-term and Long-term Effects of Inflation Targeting”. Tsovinar Karapetyan, Arpenik Muradyan, Knarik Vardanyan, Armenuhi Janjoyan, Anahit Baghdasaryan and Ruben Vardanyan, Associate Professor of the Chair, PhDs in Economics, summarized their researches.
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