The Role of the State in Economic Development

7 October 15:30 - 16:30 B Hall 1st Floor

Today we can observe the transformation of all spheres of activity. Old paradigms are breaking down, and there is a need for new solutions. Obviously, the role of the state in the development of the economy is changing. If a few years ago it was quite usual for the state to interfere in business processes, today it is becoming unacceptable. Not a person for the state, but the state for the person - a new format of relations between the state and the citizen, in which the state is a service and not a rigid regulator.

During the panel we will learn how state institutions are being transformed and what their role is in the development of the national and global economy.

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