Expensive oil helps food speculation
The increase of prices is the result of anti-crisis policy, along with a further worsening of the income situation of the population. Specialists from the Economic Research Center at the Institute of Globalization and Social Movements (IGSO) have come to this conclusion. In Russia, the increase in prices for food contribute to high worldwide oil prices, providing the material basis for the development of speculation. Profit from commodity monopolies does not follow economic development, but the maintenance of the ruination of the national food speculation market.
What practice do Russian corporations bring into EU countries?
Corporate strategy study and assessment of social and environmental consequences of Russian corporations investment activities by the example of some of them
Report of Socio-ecological Union, «Grazhdanin» Foundation, IGSO
Economic policies after the death of neoliberalism
The international economic system that took shape after the collapse of the Soviet Union is not dead yet, but it is dying. We see that daily, not only in reports on the crisis but also in other news from around the world that tells the same story: the system isn’t working.