Analytical Center

We study and forecast Russian capital’s economic development
We provide policy advice to the Moscow Government helping to find solutions
Foreign Currency Exchange Rate
How street names
in Moscow are chosen?
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Week number
amount of self-employed in Moscow
The turnover of theaters, concert halls, parks, cinemas and other entertainment venues in the capital reached 75.7 billion rubles in 2023.
Moscow's industrial sector increased its energy consumption to more than 5.1 billion kilowatt-hours in 2023.
Students are the future of our economy, so it is important for us to talk to them about the current situation, actual trends and perspectives, tools and mechanisms designed to strengthen and develop the economic potential of Moscow and other Russian cities.
Besides, we need to get feedback from young professionals - what topics seem the most important to them, how they see the future of their city and country, what ideas for economic development they propose
Maria Bagreeva
Moscow Government Minister, Head of the Department of Economic Policy and Development
Data Warehouse
We have collected thousands of indicators from more than 20 sources unified interface

Information for rankings

We analyze dynamic of Moscow positions in international rankings. We provide up-to-date information on the Russian capital to ranking institutions.
UN 2022
Local Online Service Index
In 2018, Moscow ranked 1st out of 40 world's metropolises in the UN Local Online Service which assesses the quality of public e-services in cities. In 2020 and 2022, Moscow ranked 6th out of 86 and 5th out of 193 cities respectively.
Agency for Strategic Initiatives 2023
Quality of Life Index
Moscow topped the Quality of Life Index 2023 which assesses the state of healthcare, education, housing, consumption, safety, etc. in Russian regions.