The Central Economics and Mathematics Institute (CEMI) was founded in 1963, superseding the Laboratory of Economics and Mathematical Methods of the Soviet Academy of Sciences which had been established by Academician V. S. Nemchinov five years earlier.
CEMI has assembled a unique scientific community comprised of over 400 highly qualified economists and mathematicians, working together on issues pertaining to the socio-economic development of Russia.
CEMI has accumulated vast experience in research related to the Russian economy in all stages of its development. It is one of the few scientific organization which specializes in the development of methodological and instrumental modelling of economic processes and objectives..
Other institution names:
Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, USSR Academy of Sciences