Policy papers - applied research on economics that is practically oriented to form a strategy for promoting economic growth and improving the quality of economic policy in Belarus.
Anastasia Luzgina|Siarhei Sysoyeu|Natalja Apanasovich|Valentina Moskva|Anastasia Luzgina| 13.07.2021Food Bank Development Strategy: Case of Belarus
This paper analyzes the work of food banks in Sweden, Germany, Poland, and Lithuania. The annual volume of food products turns into food waste in Belarus is estimated. Also, several possible strategies for the development of Belarusian food bank are proposed.
Siarhei Sysoyeu|Natalja Apanasovich| 07.07.2021Circular Economy Indicators: Review of Foreign Experience and Оpportunities for Belarus
The policy paper analyzes circular economy indicators of companies developed by foreign researchers, statistical agencies, and international consulting companies.
Nadzeya Batava| 26.04.2021Review of Initiatives to Tackle Climate Change
The policy paper analyses the current climate change agenda and reviews the role of key international organizations in its formation.
Irina Tochitskaya| 17.03.2021Exposure of Financial Sector to Climate-Related Risks: Assessments of Central Banks
The paper reviews the central banks' practices with respect to integrating climate-related risks into financial stability monitoring, and to the assessment of the impact of these risks on the economy and financial system.
Siarhei Sysoyeu| 25.02.2021Management of Waste Food Plastic Packaging in the EU. Opportunities for Application in Belarus
The paper provides an overview of the main trends in the global and local packaging markets, the approaches of the developed EU countries to solving problems of plastic packaging waste, and considers the prospects for their use in Belarus.
Nadzeya Batava|Yauheniya Shershunovich|Irina Tochitskaya| 28.01.2021Opportunities for circular transformation: the case of Brest and Mogilev regions in Belarus
This paper presents the results of the enterprise survey on the prospects of circular transformation in Belarus. The findings show that despite the low level of understanding the circular economy concept in general, the Belarusian business consider that to some extent it can be implemented at various stages of the production cycle.