Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center

Research

One of the main BEROC goals is generating and spreading of new academic and policy knowledge on problems, tendencies and development of Belarusian economy. Academic and policy research aimed at the development of strategy encouraging economic growth and quality improvement of economic policy in Belarus.

18 february 2020 Lev Lvovskiy, Viktar Fedaseyeu

Personal Financial Incentives and Corporate Campaign Contributions

The authors argue that low levels of corporate political participation can be rationalized by the financial incentives of employees and shareholders who are the ultimate source of corporate contributions. Since even large firm-level benefits are trivial for individuals with small equity-stakes, few people have sufficient incentives to contribute.

3 february 2020 Kateryna BornukovaLev Lvovskiy

FREE Policy Brief: Does Gender Diversity Actually Matter?

20 january 2020 Maryia AkulavaLev Lvovskiy

FROGEE Policy Brief: Economics of Childbearing and Pronatalist Policies

30 december 2019 Aleh Mazol

Measuring fiscal multipliers for the Belarusian economy

This study is devoted to the theoretical concepts of fiscal multipliers and their assessment for the Belarusian economy, in particular the magnitudes of these multipliers for the revenue and spending parts of the budget of Belarus.

24 december 2019 Nadzeya Batava, Petr Sachek, Yauheniya Shershunovich, Irina Tochitskaya

Circular Economy in Belarusian Agriculture

The paper presents results of the survey of agricultural producers on waste management and factors affecting a reuse of their waste.

24 december 2019 Yauheniya Shershunovich, Irina Tochitskaya

Waste Management in Industrial Enterprises of Belarus: When the Amount Matters

This paper presents the results of the survey on waste management and third-party secondary raw materials usage at Belarusian industrial enterprises.

13 december 2019

Economic Outlook - Second and Third Quarters 2019

BEROC presents the Economic Outlook - the second and the third quarters 2019.

10 december 2019 Dzmitry Kruk

FREE Policy Brief: Can Loose Macroeconomic Policies Secure a ‘Growth Injection’ for Belarus?

Institutions and Comparative Advantage in Services Trade

Recent studies have highlighted the role of human capital and good economic institutions in establishing comparative advantage in trade in complex institutions-intensive goods. We show that the effect of institutions on comparative advantage in services trade is quite different.

12 november 2019 Radzivon Marozau, Maribel Guerrero

Development of the entrepreneurial university (University 3.0) in Belarus: An overview of determinants and challenges

This policy paper discusses the terminologies, the determinants of the entrepreneurial and innovative university (University 3.0) evolution in Belarus. Authors highlight the crucial role of institutions (formal/informal) in the configuration of this type of university in Belarus and provide recommendations on the development of a University 3.0 as a new, private institution with a high degree of autonomy.

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