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NES CSDSI workshop “Mechanism design: new products, new markets, new models”

LISOMO_MDOn November 27 NES CSDSI workshop “Mechanism design: new products, new markets, new models” successfully came to the end after 5 days of hard work. The workshop was organised by Sergei Izmalkov under the project #15-18-30081 of the Russian Science Foundation. 27 students and young researchers from Moscow universities had opportunities to learn and discuss different aspects of current researches in mechanism design.

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NES CSDSI & HSE ICSID Research Seminar on Diversity and Development

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February 3 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

 (Universitat Pompeu Fabra): “Climate-Driven Technical Change: Seasonality and the Invention of Agriculture”. More >>>

 

February 17 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

Andrei V. Govorun (NRU HSE): “The Political Roots of Intermediated Lobbying: Evidence from Russian Firms and Business Associations”.

March 3 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

Alexey Khazanov (NES CSDSI): “On the Breakup of Nations: the Case of a Large Federal State”.

 

March 17 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

Michael Rochlitz (NRU HSE): “Performance Incentives and Economic Growth: Regional Officials in Russia and China”

 

March 31 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

Ruben Enikolopov (NES): “Winning Hearts and Minds: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Afghanistan”. More >>>

 

April 14 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

Tim Jaekel (NRU HSE): “Risk Taking in the Local Public Sector: Explaining Participation Decision in a sector-led improvement exercise of Swedish municipalities”. More >>>

 

April 28 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

Evgeny Yakovlev (NRU HSE): “How persistent are consumption habits: Micro-evidence from Russia”

 

May 12 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.101

Andrei A. Yakovlev (NRU HSE): “Measurement of business climate in Russia: who did perceive the changes and how these changes are related to Mr. Putin?”

 

May 26 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.506

Franziska Keller (New York University): “Shaking hands in public. What elite co-appearances tell us about the politics behind the scenes”. More >>>

 

June 9 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.506

Paul Dower (NES): “The Stolypin Reform and Agricultural Productivity in Late Imperial Russia”. More >>>

 

June 16 | Higher School of Economics, Slavyanskaya pl. 4/2, k.508

Steven N. Durlauf (University of Wisconsin-Madison): “Capital In the Twenty-First Century: A Review of Thomas Piketty’s book”. More >>>

 

September 22 | Higher School of Economics, Malaya Ordynka 17, k. 305

Israel Marques II (HSE ICSID): “Institutional Quality and Individual Preferences for Social Policy”. More >>>

 

October 6 | Higher School of Economics, Malaya Ordynka 17, k. 305

Güneş Gökmen (NES): “Minorities and Long-Run Development: Persistence of Armenian and Greek Influence in Turkey”. More >>>

 

October 20 | Higher School of Economics, Malaya Ordynka 17, k. 305

Alexander Yarkin (NRU HSE): “Property rights and inequality in non-democratic regimes: theory and evidence”. More >>>

 

November 3 | Higher School of Economics, Malaya Ordynka 17, k. 305

Tatiana Mikhailova (RANEPA): “Geography of import transportation routes in Russia: the choice of an entry point”. More >>>

 

November 17 | Higher School of Economics, Malaya Ordynka 17, k. 305

Anton Kazun (NRU HSE):  “Community of Attorneys and the Quality of Law Enforcement in Russian Regions”

 

November 24 | Higher School of Economics, Malaya Ordynka 17, k. 305

Barbara Lehmbruch (Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University, Sweden): “Between the Public and the Private: Quasi-Autonomous Agencies, Institutional Legacies  and Post-Soviet Governments”. More >>>

 

December 15 | Higher School of Economics, Malaya Ordynka 17, k. 305

Dagmara Celik Katreniak (RANEPA): “Dark side of incentives: a randomized field experiment in Uganda”. More >>>