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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (62), 2017
EURASIAN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE: PROBLEMS AND DECISIONS
Gorbashko E. A.
Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, PhD (Economics), Professor

Eurasian Economic Union and the project Silk Way Economic Belt: Possibilities and Perspective Spheres of Cooperation in the Sphere of Education (Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article presents a systematic discussion of Russian and Chinese economic interests and political motives in the formation of the Silk Way Economic Belt and the Eurasian Economic Union. The author stresses that the development in these spheres is not possible solely through harmonization of economic relations. The model of the network university, offered in the article, is seen as a factor capable of ensuring both economic and institutional integration, increase tolerance to the values of other cultures, discover points of common interest and unite countries in their desire for prosperity and increase of the quality of life
Key words: Russia, China, Eurasian Economic Union, Silk Way Economic Belt, international cooperation, education
Pages: 22 - 25




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