Since 1997, the Centre has worked out more than 500 research reports, information notes and bulletins including analyses and forecasts of macroeconomic development, researches of government agencies and private companies, biographic notes and dossiers of key persons of the Russian politics and economy, as well as researches on a wide range of domestic and foreign policy issues.
In 2001-2004 the Centre began to issue monitorings on the key subjects of the Russian political and economic reality, in particular, “Balance of power in the government bodies”, “Prospects of activity of some Russian companies” and “Foreign policy balance of forces”.
In the second half of the 2000s the theme of domestic politics and economy was supplemented with a series of “Igor Sechin”, the foreign policy theme – with a country monitoring “Development of the situation in Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Serbia”. The Centre also publishes specialized monitorings “Relationship of business and government” and “Russian power sector: current issues”.
Starting from 2008, the Centre’s researchers have prepared more than 1300 analyses of the economic entities of the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Belarus as a result of due diligence, reputation audit and corporate intelligence procedures. The work covered a wide stratum of large and medium-sized companies of all sectors of the economy.
In February 2009, the Centre made a report “Validity of the anti-crisis actions of oil companies in Russia”, which had considerable resonance in the expert and industrial communities.
From May till December 2010, the Centre carried out monitoring of the situation in the fuel market of Kyrgyzstan, which underwent fundamental changes due to a coup d'état in the country. To implement the project, sources and commentators among the market participants, experts of non-governmental organizations and political circles in Russia, Kyrgyzstan, the United States, Georgia and the United Arab Emirates were involved by the Centre.
In 2011-2012, the Centre has prepared a series of materials on the social and political situation in some regions of Russia, including on cooperation between big business and local social, political and environmental organizations. Before that, a number of projects on identification of industrial and regional elites, formal and informal mechanisms of decision-making and key individuals were implemented.