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Spring Issue 2014

Jobs To Evolve Over 20 Years

  • April 23, 2014
Ecology, space, water transport, energy storage, robotics and construction will generate many of the new jobs of the future.

Executives Must Be Nimble In The Face Of Sanctions and Flagging Growth

  • April 23, 2014
If last year was challenging, 2014 is turning out to be an "interesting time" according to the Chinese definition.

Breaking the Chains of Corruption

  • April 23, 2014
Russian executives are learning the economic logic of resisting corruption. Focusing on one's own personal behaviour is no longer enough.

Review Will Make Pensions Sector More Stable

  • April 23, 2014
Agovernment review of pensions tightens control over savings held in private funds. During the review, corporate contributions estimated at more than $7 billion in 2014, are being diverted into the struggling, state-run pension system. Mark Gay interviewed Alexander Lorenz, Chairman of the Council, Raiffesien Pension Fund.

Innovative MBA Can Generate Real Returns

  • April 23, 2014
Historically Russia's research enclaves have been isolated from the market, leading some observers to question the latest attempts at modernization. Skolkovo, however, is different, according to the director of its Startup Academy. He points to the high-profile success of two alumni.

HR Directors Can Expect More Duties But Not More Pay

  • April 23, 2014
The uncertain economic climate has magnified several trends in recruitment. Employers are increasingly selective about candidates but individuals, too, are picky about the company's prospects.
Spring Issue 2014
Spring Issue 2014
 — Move over, Internet. The work of the future could be far more varied
 — Executives learn the economic logic against corruption
 — Pension reforms could bring transparency and stability