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Regular version of the site
15
June

Faculty members

ICEF academics are very active in the area of research. They publish in international refereed journals, including the Review of Economic Studies, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies and many others.

-   Maxim Nikitin, PhD University of Pittsburgh, USA (MSc Programme Director)
-   Alexey Boulatov, PhD University of California, Berkeley, USA
-   Sofya Budanova, PhD Northwestern University, USA
-   Vincent Fardeau, PhD London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
-   Markus Gebauer, PhD Toulouse School of Economics, France
-   Runjie Geng, PhD University of Zurich, Switzerland
-   Dmitry Makarov, PhD London Business School, UK
-   Tatiana Mayskaya, PhD California Institute of Technology, USA
-   Udara Peiris, PhD Oxford University, UK
-   Fabian Slonimczyk, PhD University of Massachusetts, USA
-   Vladimir Sokolov, PhD University of Notre Dame, USA 
-   Sergey Stepanov, PhD Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
-   Anna Yurko, PhD University of Texas, Austin, USA 

 

Interview with ICEF professors

“Self-Learning Skills Are the Core Future Skills You’ll Need in Your Career”

Associate Professor Anna Yurko holds a PhD in Economics and is coordinating ICEF’s MSc Programme as Assistant Academic Supervisor. Anna’s research interests lie at the interface of economics and social sciences. Her 2015 study into the multiple-child allowance policy, co-authored with Fabian Slonimczyk, was conferred the Yegor Gaidar Award. In this interview with HSE Talks podcast, Anna tells about how economics knowledge helps her to explore the education industry, what’s wrong with current system of career guidance among school students, and which skillset seems to be the most useful for experts of the future.

“Research is a Never-Ending Process”

In ICEF Talks podcast, Professor Vincent Fardeau talks about his experience at LSE, why he chose to do a PhD, and what topics he explores as a researcher. Vincent gives the answer as to whether crisis of ideas even happens with research community, why techies shouldn’t underestimate financial intuition, and how to make a student thesis a success when it explores the trendy topic of the cryptocurrencies.