Baltic Rim Economies
The Pan-European Institute publishes a discussion forum, Baltic Rim Economies (BRE), which deals with the development of the Baltic Sea region. In the BRE review, high level public and corporate decision makers, representatives of Academia, as well as several other experts contribute to the discussion.

Latest issue was published 2.11.2017.

>> Read BRE 3/2017

Expert articles: 

  • Karin Enström: Increased regional tensions in the Baltic Sea
  • Iveta Grigule-Pēterse: Social tension and national security interests
  • Hanna Kosonen: Baltic Sea is a complex hotspot
  • Oudekki Loone: Is Germany aiming at French Force de frappe?
  • Vladimir Chizhov: The promise of a Russia-EU continental fulcrum
  • Mykola Tochytskyi: Ukraine-EU relations: what’s next?
  • Elena Tihonova: Heading to the Arctic: the Murmansk region today and tomorrow
  • Urmas Sukles: Haapsalu – the Nordic Venice
  • Vygantas Vareikis: The Baltics and Europe
  • Gregory Olevsky & Timurs Safiulins: Riga’s stakeholder identification and prioritization in the planning process of sustainable energy development of the city
  • Łukasz Bielewski: Warmińsko-Mazurskie and Kaliningrad – neighbours, partners
  • Katarzyna Maciejewska-Mieszkowska: Neighbors – Poles on Polish-Russian relations and Russians
  • Zane Šime: Delivering Vilnius Vision for the Baltic Sea Region by 2020
  • Martin Russell: Media freedom in Putin’s Russia – back in the USSR?
  • Mikko (Mikhail) Nesvitski: Present and future of minority language media in the Republic of Karelia
  • Epp Lauk & Andres Jõesaar: Are the two different information spaces in Estonia getting closer to each other?
  • James W. Scott: Interdependence – an obsolete concept?
  • Maria Domańska: Russia 2018: no changes on the horizon
  • Lili Di Puppo: Do we see better in an age of transparency?
  • Juha Palokangas: About the significance of free trade to the vitality of the forest sector in northwest Russia
  • David J. Smith: Russia and ‘Russian-speakers’ in the Baltic
  • Kristian Behrens & Sergey Kichko: Cluster policy in Russia: do statesupported clusters leverage selforganized clusters?
  • Tatjana Nikitina & Maria Galper: Trends in the development of banking business in Russia
  • Zuzana Fungáčová & Laura Solanko: Russian banking sector – where to now?
  • Nikita Lisitsyn: Import substitution and effective protectionism in Russia
  • Anatoly Zhuplev: Russia: trends in inward foreign direct investments
  • Maria Melnikova: Craziest pitching competition in the world attracts Russian startups
  • Björn P. Jacobsen & Anastasia Buyzhina: Russian FDI in Germany: a firm-level analysis
  • Anatolii Kostiuk: Prospects of development of domestic and foreign tourism in Kaliningrad Region of Russia
  • Irina Takala & Ilya Solomeshch: Nordic Studies in Karelia: results and prospects
  • Svetlana Shabaeva: Applying best Finnish practices in Russian regions: Occupational Barometer
  • Susanna Rabow-Edling: The 150th anniversary of the sale of Russian Alaska
  • Jan Fałkowski: Poland: how to sustain good economic performance?
  • Kim Wikström: Transparency improves sustainability in Baltic short-sea logistics
  • Ain Kiisler & Eero Naaber: Estonia plans to bring more ships under Estonian flag
  • Karsten Staehr: Economic growth and convergence in the Baltic States
  • Magnus Feldmann: The Baltic States and the euro crisis: learning the right lessons
  • Petri Ekholm: Current care guidelines for the Baltic Sea
  • Hanna Hagmark-Cooper: Maritime museums: the custodians of our common Baltic heritage
  • Irene Malgina: Entrepreneurial ecosystem: the case of Belarus
  • Galina Gavrilko: Conceptual directions for the development of cooperation between the EAEU countries and Germany
  • Jeff Schubert: Putin’s unrealistic dreams about Russia in Eurasia
  • Ulla Keino & Eyden Samunderu: CSCO – an important C-suite to the executive committees
  • Otso Pohjalainen: The healthy and ecofriendly roach
  • Kari Liuhto: Future technology

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