The theme of the issue is how much brains cost Russia.
What is intelligence and how it is evaluated in our country, this problem worries representatives of any profession, because you can never guess what is cooking tomorrow, what talents will be demanded, and who will have to invent new ways of survival.
Why does physical labor cost more than mental labor?
Will the brain drain abroad and what can be done to stop this?
Will Russia ever again appreciate and respect smart people?
How important are the brains in business and are they really in demand?
In these and many other issues, the president of the association "MMM" Sergei Mavrodi and the president of Alfa Bank, Pyotr Aven, are trying to figure out.
The program uses data from public opinion polls in the streets of Moscow, as well as fragments of interviews with counselor of the Canadian Embassy for Immigration Louise Cote and spokesman for the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Tatyana Samolis.
Mavrodi S.P. - a swindler, a fraudster, the founder of financial pyramids. Aven P.O. - Candidate of Economic Sciences, statesman, Minister of Foreign Economic Relations of the Russian Federation (1992), entrepreneur.