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Maslennikova S. Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. 14/LAW/2013.
The author analyzes the different forms of relationships between businesses and bodies of state power in Russia: private and public partnership, the delegation of public powers and property, self-regulation, the transfer of government authority to the private organizations, self-regulation, and how public power is influenced including by specialists. The experience of foreign countries and the legal view on the social responsibility of business are provided. The political-legal traditions of the relationships between private organizations and bodies of state power are analyzed. This has predetermined the current legislation.  The informal and relatively new mechanisms of protection of the rights of businesses are described.
Added: Apr 27, 2013
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Волконицкая К. Г. Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. 55.
The working paper is based on research findings concerning the functioning of 35 Russian technology parks in 2013 – the first half of 2015. The analysis of the performance of these technology parks has been carried out on the basis of the CANVAS framework, proposed by Osterwalder and Pine in 2010. The research was conducted in the domain of 9 key blocks business model of technology parks, including infrastructure and services provided, companies’ residents, cooperation with partners, including regional and federal authorities, scientific and education institutions, financial and economic indicators of technoparks and key performance indicators used. On the basis of empirical data 7 business models of functioning of Russian technology parks were revealed, including IT-park, university park, 2 types of facilitators of innovation processes in a region and 3 types of entrepreneurial technoparks. The classification allows differentiating the nature and level of support of technology parks as objects of innovation infrastructure. Detailed profile of business models reveals the competitive advantages and weaknesses of technoparks, as well as mechanisms to improve the efficiency of these objects of innovation infrastructure.
Added: Dec 8, 2015
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Totyev K. Y. Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2016. No. 2.
This paper explores business transactions in the context of the principle of legality. It will be argued that Article 168 of the Russian Civil Code, as a meta-rule, contains three types of rules: 1) rules dealing with the priority of special rule and exceptions (exclusive rules); 2) rules dealing with the interpretation of general, special and exclusive rules as well as with the requirements of statutes or other legal acts violated by a transaction and established outside Article 168 of the Civil Code; 3) rules dealing with the admissibility of special rule and exceptions, as well as with the conditions of admissibility of these rules. With regard to the first group of the rules, the legislature and commercial courts consider Article 168 of the Civil Code a common base with respect to other grounds in the Civil Code and in certain other statutes for declaring transactions invalid. According to the second group of rules, the subject-matter (object) of legal interpretation consists of two elements: а) the text of Article 168 of the Civil Code; and b) the texts of legal acts, described by the generic term “statute or other legal act.” Article 168 of the Civil Code provides instructions not only for rules as objects of application of the article, but also for the methods of interpreting violated requirements. The rules of admissibility for special rule and exceptions, as well as the conditions of admissibility for these standards, are aimed at the numerous cases in which the legislature, in the Civil Code or in other legal acts, expressly establishes nullity (voidness), voidability and other legal consequences for illegal transactions. The paper also answers questions regarding the impact of recent amendments to the Russian Civil Code on using rules for business transaction invalidity in commercial courts.
Added: Feb 27, 2016
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Bucciol A., Adani R. C., Valbonesi P. Working Paper. . Department of Economics of the University of Verona, 2017. No. 16.
  
Added: Nov 29, 2017
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Rybnikov L. G. arXiv math. QA. Cornell University, 2016. No. 1409.0131.
Cactus group is the fundamental group of the real locus of the Deligne-Mumford moduli space of stable rational curves. This group appears naturally as an analog of the braid group in coboundary monoidal categories. We define an action of the cactus group on the set of Bethe vectors of the Gaudin magnet chain corresponding to arbitrary semisimple Lie algebra g. Cactus group appears in our construction as a subgroup in the Galois group of Bethe Ansatz equations. Following the idea of Pavel Etingof, we conjecture that this action is isomorphic to the action of the cactus group on the tensor product of crystals coming from the general coboundary category formalism. We prove this conjecture in the case g=sl2 (in fact, for this case the conjecture almost immediately follows from the results of Varchenko on asymptotic solutions of the KZ equation and crystal bases). We also present some conjectures generalizing this result to Bethe vectors of shift of argument subalgebras and relating the cactus group with the Berenstein-Kirillov group of piecewise-linear symmetries of the Gelfand-Tsetlin polytope.
Added: Sep 29, 2014
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Kuznetsov A. G. arxiv.org. math. Cornell University, 2015
We discuss Calabi–Yau and fractional Calabi–Yau semiorthogonal components of derived categories of coherent sheaves on smooth projective varieties. The main result is a general construction of a fractional Calabi–Yau category from a rectangular Lefschetz decomposition and a spherical functor. We give many examples of application of this construction and discuss some general properties of Calabi–Yau categories.
Added: Nov 15, 2015
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Zamulin O. A., Sosunov K. A. CEFIR / NES Working Paper. Центр экономических и финансовых исследований и разработок в российской экономической школе, Российская экономическая школа, 2006. No. 83.
The paper investigates whether the 80% real appreciation of the Russian ruble in 1998-2005 can be explained by the increase in oil revenues in a calibrated general equilibrium model. It is shown that the oil prices alone cannot account for the appreciation with forward-looking permanent-income consumers, unless the oil price increase is assumed permanent. Accounting for the increase in the volume of oil exports, however, can help, provided that the increase is assumed to be permanent.
Added: May 29, 2013
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Bodzenta A., Bondal A. I. math. arxive. Cornell University, 2017
Given a relatively projective birational morphism f:X→Y of smooth algebraic spaces with dimension of fibers bounded by 1, we construct tilting relative (over Y) generators TX,f and SX,f in Db(X). We develop a piece of general theory of strict admissible lattice filtrations in triangulated categories and show that Db(X) has such a filtration L where the lattice is the set of all birational decompositions f:X→gZ→hY with smooth Z. The t-structures related to TX,f and SX,f are proved to be glued via filtrations left and right dual to L. We realise all such Z as the fine moduli spaces of simple quotients of OX in the heart of the t-structure for which SX,g is a relative projective generator over Y. This implements the program of interpreting relevant smooth contractions of X in terms of a suitable system of t-structures on Db(X).
Added: Aug 28, 2017
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Kuzmina Y. Education. EDU. Высшая школа экономики, 2016
Researchers have postulated that there is a positive effect of autonomy-supportive teacher practices on academic interest. Few studies, however, investigate how these practices can reduce the gender gap in mathematics interest. The goal of our study is to examine how autonomy-supportive practices effect on attitudes toward mathematics for girls and boys with different level of mathematics achievements. We used data from the Russian longitudinal study “Trajectories in Education and Career” (TrEC) to identify teacher practices which can reduce the gender gap in mathematics interest. Using hierarchical linear regression analysis we focused on two types of teacher practices: autonomysupportive and controlling. We conducted analysis for boys and girls separately and evaluated how the effect of teacher practices on mathematics interest varies for boys and girls in general and according to their level of mathematics achievements. Our analysis demonstrates that girls are more sensitive to different teacher practices and some autonomy-supportive practices have a positive effect on mathematics interest for girls only and no effect on boys’ interest. We also identified that some teacher practices have different effects on students’ interest according to the level of their prior achievements. Autonomy-supportive practices are more important for students with high achievements.
Added: Sep 16, 2016
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Morozova N. International Relations. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2014. No. WP BRP 08/IR/2014.
This article aims to explicate the conceptual relationship between two intellectual traditions that informed Russian post-Soviet foreign policy discourse: European inter-war geopolitics and Russian post-revolutionary Eurasianism. It is argued that European geopolitics provided an important theoretical and normative point of departure for Russian Eurasians. The latter took issue with the politics of territorial expansionism underpinning European geopolitics. They therefore attempted to develop an idea of qualitatively different and better politics by subjugating politics to culture.
Added: Nov 21, 2014
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Peiris U., Sokolova A., Tsomocos D. WP 2017. Saïd Business School . University of Oxford, 2017. No. 03.
The post-2008 period focused attention on "twin-crises". Banking crises may lead to sovereign crises where fiscal vulnerabilities are exacerbated by the extension of support for the banking system. We develop a model that describes private sector generated capital inflow that is used to finance investment and consumption expenditure. In the event of an economic contraction, the (convex) haircut on outstanding debt is negotiated, or bargained, centrally by the sovereign. Two results arise: the volume of debt and haircut rate are inefficient. In this setting the accumulation of capital achieves two goals. First, it generates sufficient optimism about future income to allow the debt market to function. Second, and counter-intuitively, it increases expected haircuts by raising the value of the outside option of complete default. These competing forces characterize the optimal balanced-budget macroprudential policy targeting capital investment.
Added: Nov 28, 2017
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Makarov I. A., Sokolova A. FIW Working Paper. The Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW), 2015. No. 149.
According to current international climate change regime countries are responsible for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, which result from economic activities within national borders, including emissions from producing goods for exports. At the same time imports of carbon intensive goods are not regulated by international agreements. In this paper emissions embodied in exports and imports of Russia were calculated with the use of inter-country input-output tables. It was revealed that Russia is the second largest exporter of emissions embodied in trade and the large portion of these emissions is directed to developed countries. The reasons for high carbon intensity of Russia’s exports are obsolete technologies (in comparison to developed economies) and the structure of commodity exports. Because of large amount of net exports of carbon intensive goods the current approach to emissions accounting does not suit interests of Russia. On the one hand, Russia, as well as other large net emissions exporters, is interested in the revision of allocation of responsibility between producers and consumers of carbon intensive products. On the other hand, current technological backwardness makes Russia vulnerable to the policy of “carbon protectionism”, which can be implemented by its trade partners.
Added: Mar 19, 2015
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Rebiazina V. A. Management. CASE - Reference no. 516-0182-1. The Case Center, 2016. No. 516-0182-1.
The case is focused on the main changes in the marketing strategy of the Industrial Park 'Levoberezhniy'. Industrial Park 'Levoberezhniy' is an industrial area situated in Kirishi, the Leningrad Region, Russia. The industrial park is brownfield and allows to place up to first hazard class enterprises at the site. The objective of the case is to develop the competencies of b2b marketing strategy analysis on the basis of the Industrial Park 'Levoberezhniy'. The industrial park faces the strategic alternative: to create the additional value for the residents by forming the pool of complementary residents with synergetic production approach or to earn money faster by selling the land to any potential residents. This choice is challenging, because creating additional value by synergetic approach takes a lot of time and money and the final synergetic effect can't be easily predicted. It is quite difficult to figure out all possible interactions between potential residents and find out all possible forms of their cooperation. The objective of the current marketing strategy is aimed at increasing the amount of residents in the industrial park, capturing new b2b markets in Russia and finding the potential residents in the foreign market. However, at the moment top management of the company is not satisfied with the marketing strategy, as up to now Industrial Park 'Levoberezhniy' doesn’t have enough residents. The existing marketing and communication strategy has to be changed as the company plans to find the residents in the foreign market.
Added: Mar 6, 2017
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Kozlov A. Linguistics. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2018
The paper focuses on the syntax of noun phrases in Chukchi (Chukokto-Kamchatkan). In Chukchi, structure of noun phrases is drastically different dependent on the case of  its head in several respects: we discuss expression of number, incorporation of adnominal dependents and order of constituent. We suggest several order hierarchies, which can partially explain the observed facts.
Added: Dec 14, 2018
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Rebiazina V. A. Management. CASE - Reference no. 514-082-1. The Case Center, 2014. No. 514-082-1.
The case is focused on the main changes in marketing strategy of the 'Uraltrubmash' company which happened due to the implementation of new production technology in 2006. JSC 'Uraltrubmash' is a tube rolling plant, operating in the Russian market since 1994. Modernization of the plant and changes in production technologies allowed the company to offer unique selling proposition to its clients, to differentiate from competitors and find marketing niches in the Russian B2B market, as well as significantly improve the quality of customer service. In 2014, the company is Russia's largest manufacturer of precision tubes, with leading positions in several niche markets. The implementation of new production technology in 2006-2009 resulted in changing of many areas including the plant's marketing strategy and had positive impact on the image of the plant. The objective of the current marketing strategy of 'Uraltrubmash' is aimed at increasing the loyalty of existing customers, capturing new markets in Russia and entering European market. However, at the moment top management of the company is not satisfied with its marketing strategy, as up to now the plant was focused on improving product quality and optimising production processes, while marketing was viewed as a second priority and as a background function. The existing marketing strategy has to be changed as the company plans to enter European market.
Added: Mar 6, 2017
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Positselski L. arxiv.org. math. Cornell University, 2014. No. 1404.5011.
We construct the reduction of an exact category with a twist functor with respect to an element of its graded center in presence of an exact-conservative forgetful functor annihilating this central element. The procedure allows, e.g., to recover the abelian/exact category of modular representations of a finite group from the exact category of its l-adic representations. The construction uses matrix factorizations in a nontraditional way. We obtain the Bockstein long exact sequences for the Ext groups in the exact categories produced by reduction. Our motivation comes from the theory of Artin--Tate motives and motivic sheaves with finite coefficients, and our key techniques generalize those of Section 4 in the author's paper "Mixed Artin-Tate motives with finite coefficients".
Added: Apr 22, 2014
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Perry A., Kuznetsov A. G. math. arxive. Cornell University, 2019
We introduce the notion of a categorical cone, which provides a categorification of the classical cone over a projective variety, and use our work on categorical joins to describe its behavior under homological projective duality. In particular, our construction provides well-behaved categorical resolutions of singular quadrics, which we use to obtain an explicit quadratic version of the main theorem of homological projective duality. As applications, we prove the duality conjecture for Gushel-Mukai varieties, and produce interesting examples of conifold transitions between noncommutative and honest Calabi-Yau threefolds.
Added: Jun 8, 2019
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Kuznetsov A. G., Perry A. math. arxive. Cornell University, 2018
We introduce the notion of a categorical join, which can be thought of as a categorification of the classical join of two projective varieties. This notion is in the spirit of homological projective duality, which categorifies classical projective duality. Our main theorem says that the homological projective dual category of the categorical join is naturally equivalent to the categorical join of the homological projective dual categories. This categorifies the classical version of this assertion and has many applications, including a nonlinear version of the main theorem of homological projective duality.
Added: Dec 3, 2018
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Bergh D., Gorchinskiy S. O., Lunts V. et al. arxiv.org. math. Cornell University, 2017
Added: Oct 17, 2017
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Kuznetsov A. G., Lunts V. arxiv.org. math. Cornell University, 2012. No. 1212.6170 .
  We show that the derived category of any singularity over a field of characteristic 0 can be embedded fully and faithfully into a smooth triangulated category which has a semiorthogonal decomposition with components equivalent to derived categories of smooth varieties. This provides a categorical resolution of the singularity.    
Added: Oct 4, 2013
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Korhonen I., Goel R. K., Belousova V. BOFIT Discussion Papers. DP. Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in Transition, 2011. No. 31.

This paper examines determinants of corruption across Russian regions. Key contributions include: (i) a formal study of economic corruption determinants across Russian regions; (ii) comparisons of determinants of perceived corruption versus those of actual corruption; and (iii) studying the influence of market competition and other factors on corruption. The re-sults show that economic prosperity, population, market competition and urbanization are significant determinants of Russian corruption. The use of alternative corruption measures reveals that economic prosperity and population have a largely similar impact on corrup-tion perceptions and corruption incidence. However, there are significant differences in the effects of competition and urbanization.

Added: Oct 24, 2012