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Top 15 Most Interesting Reports of the HSE's XV April International Academic Conference

Russians are failing to cope with debt; small town economies are lagging behind; the Russian market is not favourable for a defined-contribution pension system, and Russian statistics are unsuitable for analysis — these were the top 15 most interesting papers from the HSE's XV April Conference, according to Opec.ru

‘There’s a Less War-Like Culture Evolving’

Ronald Inglehart, Academic Supervisor at the HSE Laboratory of Comparative Social Research in St. Petersburg, has been affiliated with the HSE for several years now. He shared some of his impressions of the XV April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development and findings of the 4th LCSR International Workshop, which was part of the event.

The Five 'C's: Essential Elements for Building Foresight

Attila Havas, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, shared his views with the HSE news service on the development of foresight practices in Russia and around the world, and talked about his impressions of the April Conference.

Russia is a Country with Great Potential

Massimiliano Onorato, Assistant Professor Economics and Institutional Change at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca (Italy). His interests include political economy and macroeconomic development.

Moscow’s Exhilarating Energy Sets Mood at April Conference

Ikka Korhonen, Head of the Research Institute for Economics in Transition, Bank of Finland:‘My interests lie in the area of macroeconomics, and there are a lot of papers being presented at the conference that important for my work.'

Cooperation Bears Fruit

International participants of the XV HSE April International Aca­demic Conference on Economic and Social Development  speak to the HSE News Service.

New Agreements on Cooperation with the HSE to Be Signed at the Conference

International participants of the XV HSE April International Aca­demic Conference on Economic and Social Development  speak to the HSE News Service.

Growing Partnership with the HSE Contributes to Comparative Social Research on Russia and Germany

Katharina Blum has longstanding ties with Russia, having studied in the Faculty of Philosophy at Lomonosov Moscow State University. She knows and loves Russian literature, especially Mikhail Bulgakov, as well as those places in Moscow where the action takes place in his novel The Master and Margarita. She studies the Russian and German elite through comparative analysis, as well as other topics common to Russia and Germany.

Russian Minister of Finance: ‘We Can’t Live Lavishly in Difficult Times’

Anton Siluanov, Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation, spoke at opening of the XV April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.

Educational Migration Promotes Russia’s National Interests

Nadezhda Radina, Professor at the HSE Faculty of Humanities in Nizhny Novgorod, studied psychological well-being among foreign students in Russia and presented her findings in a report ‘Educational Migration in the Context of the New Migration Policy of Russia’, which was prepared for the XV April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.