The Twenty-Seventh Inforum World Conference in Sochi, Russia
The 27th Inforum World Conference took place in Sochi, Russia from September 2 through September 6, 2019.
The conference hosts were the Institute of Economic Forecasting in the Russian Academy of Sciences (IEF/RAS) in Moscow. We also enjoyed the company of several Russian colleagues from Novosibirsk. Presentations, papers, photos, and other information are listed below.
For further information concerning the conference, please see Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences site.
Maurizio Grassini (Italy) - A New Star is Born
Nikita Suslov (Russia) - Model of Diversity: Systematic Analysis and Application to the Russian Economy
Maximilian Banning (Germany) - Modeling of Energy Efficiency and the Rebound Effect in PANTA RHEI (Working Paper)
Andrey Kolpakov (Russia) - Understanding the Criteria for Russian Climate Policy: Energy and Economy Modeling
Patricio Aroca (Chile) - Impact Analysis of the Copper Price Super Cycle on Chilean Growth
Vasiliy Ustinov (Russia) - Interindustry Relations of Metallurgy and Metal Consumption in the Russian Economy
Shantong Li & Jianwu He (China) - Economic Structure Change and Industrial Upgrading in China - Based on IO Analysis
Raphael Uzyakov (Russia) - The Impact of the Structural Factor on Economic Growth
Henryk Gurgul & Łukasz Lach (Poland) - A Multidimensional Approach to Measuring Eco-Efficiency in Generalized IO Models
Douglas Meade (United States) - The Supply Side of Health Care in a Dynamic Context
Ines Thobe (Germany) - Impacts of a More Sustainable Consumption
Tatyana Novikova (Russia) - Application of IO Models for Investment Project Evaluation: The Economic Efficiency Approach
David Mullins & Zanele Kayumba (South Africa) - Detailed Projection of the South African Economy: A Two Stage Approach Based on the South African Inforum Model (SAFRIM)
Asiya Brusentseva (Russia) - The Current Version of the Russian Interindustry Model (RIM)
Jurand Skrzypek (Poland) - Transition to a Low-Emission Economy in Poland in View of the Results of a Multisectoral Energy Model
Toshiaki Hasegawa (Japan) - Regional Market Integration and Trade in Value-Added
Rossella Bardazzi & Leonardo Ghezzi (Italy) - Bilateral Trade Elasticities for Russia: An Inforum-Type Analysis
Anton Moiseev (Russia) - Financial Framework for IO Model Convergence
Alexander Shirov (Russia) - Interregional Balance on the Basis of Rail Transport Data
Ksenya Savchishina (Russia) - Multiregional IO Model: Baseline Scenario and Check of Results Accuracy
Chen Pan, Jianwu He, & Shantong Li (China) - The Construction of Chinese Provincial Multi-Regional Input-Output Tables
Yuliya Pankova (Russia) - Assessment of Prospects for Formation of the Arctic Transport Corridor (Using Multiregional IO Model)
Marc Ingo Wolter (Germany) - Detailed Labor Market Modeling with INFORGE
Ekaterina Edinak (Russia) - Forecast of Russian Interregional Migration Flows
Dmitriy Polzikov (Russia) - Assessing Contribution of a Sector to GDP: Input-Output Approach
Sergey Milyakin (Russia) - Modeling of IO Coefficients for the Russian Economy
Sochi is located on the Black Sea coast near the border between Georgia and Russia. The metropolitan area of Sochi sprawls for 145 kilometers along the shores of the Black Sea near the Caucasus mountains. It is Russia's largest resort city, and one of the very few places in Russia with a subtropical climate. Sochi hosted the XXII Olympic Winter Games and the 2018 FIFA World Cup in addition to the Inforum World Conference XXVII.