|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 4 (76), 2020|
|EURASIAN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE: PROBLEMS AND DECISIONS|
|Krotov M. I.|
Chair or Economic Theory, St. Petersburg State University, PhD (Economics), Professor;
Slutsky L. E.
Chair of International Relations and Integration Processes, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, PhD (Economics), Professor
Batistova O. I.
Assistant Professor, Chair or Economic Theory, St. Petersburg State University, PhD (Economics)
|The article looks at the Eurasian economic integration as a systemic element of the emerging new model of globalization, discusses the mutual relations and dependencies among integration-based organizations created on the post-Soviet space, and analyzes the negative consequences of anti-Eurasian path chosen by a number of CIS countries. Special attention is paid to contradictions involved in EEU formation and development; the authors argue that their resolution should be seen as the major driving force of this union.|
|Key words: Eurasian integration, models of globalization, system of Eurasian integration organs, CIS, Collective Security Treaty Organization, Eurasian Economic Union, Union State, contradictions of integration|
| Pages: 6 - 14|