Economic Monitoring of North-West Russia
The project is coordinated by the Center for Markets in Transition (CEMAT) at the Aalto University School of Economics
The project “Economic Monitoring of Northwest Russia” was launched in 2000 with the aim to provide regular, comprehensive and systematic reporting on the socio-economic development in the region. The monitoring covers today six Northwest Russian regions: The City of St Petersburg, Leningrad, Kaliningrad, Murmansk and Novgorod provinces, and the Republic of Karelia.
Russia’s Economic Prospects 1/2012 (2012)
St. Petersburg in the first half of 2011 (2011)
Murmansk Provice in the first half of 2011. Biannual monitoring review (2011)
The Leningrad Region in 2010. Biannual Economic Review (2011)
The Republic of Karelia in 2010 May 2011. Biannual Economic Review (2011)
Saint Petersburg in the first half of 2010: Biannual Economic Review (2010)
The Leningrad region in the first half of 2010: Biannual Review (2010)
The Republic of Karelia in the first half of 2010. Biannual Review (2010)
Murmansk Province in the first half of 2010. Biannual Monitoring Review (2010)
Kaliningrad Province: Biannual Economic Review (2010)
The emerging mortage market in Russia. Overview with local and foreign perspectives
Northwest Russian Regions in 2005 (2006)
Distribution Systems of the Food Sector in Russia: the Perspective of Finnish Food Industry
(Suomenkielinen tiivistelmä) (2005).
Foreign Direct Investments´in the Russian Territories of the Barents Region (2001)
Reports in finnish
Professor Riitta Kosonen
Director, Center for Markets in Transition (CEMAT)
Compiler Trade Web Site: Studies and reports.
Studies on emerging markets /Index