The Economic Group
Analysis of the economic processes in Belarus;
Consulting the Coordination Council on the economic situation and development;
Dissemination of objective information about the economic development of Belarus in both Belarusian and foreign media; Contacts with the economic establishment in Belarus and with the key international institutions.
- Aleś Alachnovič, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s representative on economic reforms
- Economists of the core membership of the Coordination Council
- Subject matter experts (from different economic sectors) of the core membership of the Coordination Council
Our work is based on the research, studies, and work experience of the specialists. In order to make it real, the Economic Group carries out consultations and discussions with numerous economists from Belarusian analytical centers as well as the leading academic centers in Belarus and abroad. We are also support the expert contacts with the Belarusian business representatives, international institutions, and international expert community.
Among the economists who help us with their experience and contacts, there already are famous economic reformers of our region as well as the economists who specialize in economic transition. Economists from Poland, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine and the UK already confirmed their participation.
‘Main directions of the economic development of Belarus’ – the document, developed by the Economic Group of the Coordination Council, is based on the broad consensus vision of Belarusian and foreign economists on the institutional basis of the new economy in Belarus
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Aleś Alachnovič is Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s representative on economic reforms, a member of the Economic Group of the Coordination Council, responsible for the anti-crisis program. He is Vice-president of the research center CASE Belarus, PhD Candidate at the Warsaw School of Economics. He graduated with a masters degree from the London School of Economics and the Warsaw School of Economics. He studied the Chinese experience of the economic transition at the National Taiwan University. He worked for such international consulting companies as Ernst & Young and McKinsey and in the Bureau of Applied Research in the National Bank of Poland.