In Saint-Petersburg State Economic University (October, 4-6 2017) the VI international scientific-practical conference "State and market: mechanisms and institutions of the Eurasian integration in the conditions of strengthening of global hypercompetition" was held. It was attended by over 100 people from various universities and scientific institutions of Russia and foreign countries in person absentee format: China, Germany, Slovakia, Latvia, Poland, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia.
At the Plenary Session and sections it was widely discussed different acute issues of Eurasian political economy; the ratio of the state, market and network mechanisms of functioning and development of the Eurasian economic space, its structural transformation and institutions of regulation of integration processes; much attention was paid to the formation of common markets, common scientific and educational space, social problems of the Eurasian Economic Union and prospects of its development; discussed issues in strategic marketing in the development of the Eurasian economy. Great attention during the round tables was devoted to the discussion of controversial issues of the Eurasian political economy and the alignment of the EAEU and the Economic belt of the "Silk road".
Professors from China Tung Wei (Director of the center for the study of Russia and the Far East at the Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing), Li Fang (Institute of international relations, Renmin University of China, Beijing), Zhou Weidi (Pedagogical University of Central China, Wuhan) took active part in the debates while the Conference. Scientists from different countries exchanged views on a wide range of issues. According to the results of the conference the collective monograph is being planned.