RANEPA experts on the coronavirus outbreak
Procedure for traveling to the Russian Federation and entering the Academy campus: Instructions for international students
Vladimir Mau told about five scenarios for recovery growth and the new role of the government in the economy
French professor Catherine Sofer: We need to achieve a high level of general education, not highly specialized training
Dr. Mitali Mittra, lecturer at the ISS RANEPA: “Is my COVID-19 quarantine diary a challenge or a reflection of the new lifestyle?”
Alexei Kudrin Tells the Gaidar Forum about “Free Knowledge” and the New Education of the 21st Centur
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The current crisis is neither the first nor the last in global history. Many global crises are cyclical and mark the onset of a system restructuring or a scientific revolution. Professor Mamikon Ayrapetyan, director of the Russian-Italian Center at RANEPA, shares his vision of the current crisis, how it will affect Russia’s further development and what we can do about it.
Society should develop immunity to fake news, according to Vladimir Silkin, Dean of the Journalism Department at RANEPA Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service. He believes information culture and proper training are essential in understanding which is true and which is false.
Airlines will not be hardest hit by the economic downturn, compared with other companies in the tourism and hospitality industry. According to Galina Dekhtyar, Professor at RANEPA Institute of Industry Management, air carriers have realistic strategies how to come out of the crisis unscathed.
Robotic delivery systems are unlikely to improve safety in a pandemic, because goods are still sorted and packed manually, Svetlana Khmelnitskaya, associate professor of international commerce, director of undergraduate programs at RANEPA Graduate School of Corporate Management, said.