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Maria Lapenko

PhD in History, Associate Professor at Chernyshevsky National Research Saratov State University, RIAC Expert

The studying and teaching materials «EAEU: Economic Integration Space» are devoted to the development of Eurasian integration at the present stage. The author considers processes in the theoretical context of integration, the experience of integration entities across the world and the history of Eurasian integration. Some chapters of the studying and teaching materials cover the prospects and scenarios of EAEU development. The materials are intended to be used for educational purposes by teachers, post-graduate students, students, and may be useful for specialists on Eurasian integration issues.

Studying and Teaching Materials No. 8/2018

In 2015, along with the creation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), a new impetus was given to the topic of economic integration in the post-Soviet space. In the past three years, integration has been gaining momentum and gradually extending into the public and expert space in Russia and other member states of the Union. The rules and institutions to regulate EAEU activity were being formed.

These new processes require qualified specialists, both for the implementation of EAEU development programs, and for a comprehensive study of the potential areas for future activities of the Union, including cooperation with other integration entities. All this creates prerequisites for the development of relevant scientific and educational programs. It is important to provide objective and systematized information about the EAEU not only for citizens of the member states of the Union, but also for experts from foreign countries who are interested in developing contacts with the EAEU.

RIAC has been working on a study of Eurasian integration since 2015. Understanding the need to promote and share experience in the area of teaching Eurasian integration, RIAC launched an initiative to prepare studying and teaching materials on Eurasian integration. Marina Lapenko, Associate Professor at Chernyshevsky National Research Saratov State University, who has been successfully engaged in the study and teaching of disciplines on integration in the Eurasian space for several years, authored the studying and teaching materials.

We expect that these materials will act as an effective catalyst to the formation of an expert network in the area of studying and teaching disciplines related to integration both in Russian universities and in universities of the EAEU member states.

The studying and teaching materials «EAEU: Economic Integration Space» are devoted to the development of Eurasian integration at the present stage. The author considers processes in the theoretical context of integration, the experience of integration entities across the world and the history of Eurasian integration. Some chapters of the studying and teaching materials cover the prospects and scenarios of EAEU development. The materials are intended to be used for educational purposes by teachers, post-graduate students, students, and may be useful for specialists on Eurasian integration issues.

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