The economic globalization process is gaining new momentum. The policies of the largest economies and integration unions are aimed at involving a large number of countries in these processes. How should individual countries integrate within the global division of labor through regional integration projects or seek avenues for implementing their own? Can integration accelerate economic growth in the nation-states, and what challenges are faced by a country in this context? What is Armenia’s agenda in the context of accession to the Eurasian Economic Union?
From the elimination of trade barriers to common economic policies of the union member states, or improved prosperity through common policies? How should national strategies integrate within and shape the common agenda of the Eurasian Economic Union?
These and many other questions currently require answers in order for a competitive area of Eurasian integration to be created.
The goal of the project is to identify potential scenarios of institutional transformation in the Eurasian area through the prism of development, and based on them, to elaborate recommendations to be used in strategic decision making.
The project’s main hypothesis is as follows: “Integration improves the foreseeability of economic processes, reduces potential threats of conflicts, and leads to multiplicative accumulation of the growth potential.”