Штейнбука, Инна

Штейнбука, Инна

Инна Штейнбука (латыш. Inna Šteinbuka, 8 октября 1952 года, Рига) — общественный деятель Латвии, советский и латвийский ученый, латвийский экономист-математик. Хаб.[1] доктор экономических наук[2]. Профессор ЛУ. Член-корреспондент Латвийской Академии наук. Глава представительства Еврокомиссии в Латвии.[3] Директор отдела социальной статистики европейского агентства Eurostat (с 2009 г.) Руководитель Комиссии по регулированию общественных услуг Латвии (2001 по 2005 год).

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Автор 5 монографий и более чем 60 научных работ:

  • Economic and financial problems of environment protection in Latvia (Chapter in monograph: Baltic Sea Region Environmental Protection, University of Göteborg,1992)
  • Baltic States survey (Chapter in monograph The Economic Consequences of Soviet Dizintegration, editor: J.Williamson,Washington, 1993)
  • The Baltic’s' ways: Intentions, Scenarios, Prospects. Review of Economics in Transition. Bank of Finland. 08/1993
  • Latvia in transition: first challenges and first results. Review of Economics in Transition. Bank of Finland. 08/1993
  • Industry Policy in transition: the case of Latvia. Review of Economics in Transition. Bank of Finland. 08/1993.
  • The way of reforms: first challenges and first results. Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia, Bulletin Nr. 1, 1994.
  • Case study: fiscal reform in Latvia. (Chapter in monograph: Seija Lainela, Pekka Sutela The Baltic Economies in Transition, Bank of Finland, 1995)
  • Privatization in Latvia and the role of employee ownership. (Chapter in monograph: Privatization and Financial Participation in the Baltic Countries, Copenhagen business school. January 1995. Midterm results edited by Niels Mygind)
  • Problems of macroeconomic stabilization and inflation control in Latvia. (Chapter in monograph Baltic Regions and Baltic Links, ed. by Lars Lundqvist and Lars Olof Persson, NordREFO 1995:2.)
  • Factors and consequences of banking crisis in Latvia (co-authors: Edgars Sniegs, Martins Kazaks). — Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia, Bulletin Nr. 2, 1995.
  • Fiscal Adjustment in Latvia under Transition (co-author: Martins Kazaks).- Centre for Economic Reform and Transformation , Discussion Paper No. 96/1. Heriot-Watt University, Department of Economics, Edinburgh.
  • Foreign trade in Latvia: on the way to EU membership (co-author: Aleksandra Cirule). Stockholm Institute of East European Economies, Working Paper No. 115, October 1996.
  • Latvia’s financial system and foreign investments (co-author: Oleg Jemeljanov). Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia, Bulletin No. 2, 1996.
  • Country Studies: Latvia (co-author: Aleksandra Cirule). (Chapter in monograph Trade Growth in Transition Economies. Export Impediments for Central and Eastern Europe, ed. by Richard N. Cooper and Janos Gacs. IIASA,) 1997, pp. 114—149.
  • Comment on «The Global and Regional Outlooks in the Baltics» by Piritta Sorsa. Chapter in monograph: Regionalism and the Global Economy: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe, ed. by Jan J. Teunissen. FONDAD, The Hague), 1997. pp. 185—188.
  • Economics of the Baltic States. — The Baltic Review, 1997, vol.13, pp. 23-27.

Latvia on the way to European Union. — Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia, Bulletin No. 2, 1997.

  • Latvia: human development report. Chapter 1:team member, 1997, UNDP, Riga (in Latvian).

Latvia on the Way to the EU: Economic Policy Convergence. In: «Latvia and the European Union» (ed. Barry Lesser), 1999, Dalhousie University, Canada, pp. 49-71.

  • Nordic Investments in the Baltic Business Frontier (co-authors: Harley Johansen, Folke Snickars). — Submitted to Lexington Books, under review for publication, 1999.
  • Middle-term economic strategy in context of the joining the Europen Union (co-author Remigijs Pocs). — LR Ministry of Finance, LR Ministry of Economy, Bank of Latvia, 1998, Riga, 167 pp.
  • How close will we have approached Europe in 5 years? — Kapitals (Riga), 1998, N 5, p.44. (in Latvian).
  • Shady economy and uncollected taxes in Latvia (co-author Ieva Kodolina).- Proc. Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Credit and Tax Politics, coll. 1, 1998, Riga: University of Latvia, pp. 154—167 (in Latvian).
  • What threats does the budget '99 of Latvia faces? (co-author Inguna Sudraba). — Kapitals (Riga), 1998, N 11, pp. 34-36 (in Latvian).
  • Latvia: human development report. Chapter 1: team member. 1998, UNDP, Riga

R. Zile, I. Steinbuka (editor and co-author), et al. Latvia on the threshold of XXI century. Economics. Finance. Integration, 1999, Riga, 151 pp. (in Latvian)

  • Is Latvia’s Economy Competitive? — The Baltic Review, vol. 16, 1999.

The Alignments of Latvian Economy in the Context of European Integration. — Journal of Baltic Studies, XXXI/2, AABC, 2000. p.193-204.

  • Indicators of the Health of the Financial Sector. Statistika-2000, Latvijas statistiku asociacija. Riga, 2000, p.71-75.
  • R. Zile, I. Steinbuka et al. Latvia Entering XXI Century: Economics, Finance. Integration. Edited by I. Steinbuka. Riga, 2000.
  • Latvia’s Dilemma: Financing Accession Costs While Maintaining Fiscal Constraint. — Transition, The World Bank/The William Davidson Institute, Vol.12, no.1, 2001, p.5-6.
  • I.Steinbuka. Fiscal policy in Latvia: the past and the future. — Proc. Int. Conf. "Strategic Role of Tax Administration and Customs in the Development of Nationl Economy (ed. I.Steinbuka), 2003, RTU Izdevnieciba: Riga, pp. 40-46.
  • I.Steinbuka (co-author). UN Development Programme « Latvia. Human Development Report 2002/2003. Human Security», Riga, 2003.
  • I.Steinbuka, J.Mikelsons. Preconditions for information society development : how the regulator can contribute. — Selected Proceedings Int. Conf. « Information Society and Modern Business», Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 2003, Ventspils University College; Jumava: Riga, 2004, pp. 273—279.
  • I.Steinbuka. Latvia: An inviting market. — ECTA Review 2004.
  • I.Steinbuka. Exact methods in tariff regulation. Theory and practice. — In: Sarunas V, 2004, Sabiedriskais izglitibas fonds « Jauna Akademija»: Riga, pp. 161—172 (in Latvian).

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