Any student or 2020 graduate of a Russian or international university is eligible to take part in the Student Research Paper Competition. Papers can be submitted from September 1 to October 15. The competition has been held at HSE University since 2003.
Maxim Y. Medvedkov, head of the HSE Department of Trade Policy, gave an expert opinion on the trade agreement between China and the United States signed by the countries on January 15, 2020.
Orlov Daniil, Alumni of the Master’s Programme 'International Trade Policy' interns in the Secretariat of the World Trade Organisation since November 2019.
On December 3, Alan Wolff, Deputy Director General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), gave a lecture on “WTO 2.0”.
On October 28 the presidential decree awarded the honorary title of "Honored economist of the Russian Federation" to the head of the academic Council of the educational program “International trade policy”, Maxim Medvedkov, "for merits in the field of Economics and long-term conscientious work".
On October 10, HSE experts organized a session on “Multilateralism - Expectations from the new generation” within the framework of the WTO Public Forum 2019 held in Geneva from October 8 to 11. During the session, the prospects for regulating international trade and the need for the WTO reforms were discussed.
The Eastern Economic Forum 2019 took place on 4–6 September in Vladivostok on the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) campus.
Every summer, HSE’s International Summer University attracts students, graduate students, post-docs, and professionals from around the world who wish to spend several weeks in Moscow to deepen their knowledge in a variety of fields. With the programme entering its second month, HSE News Service sat down with several students to talk about their impressions of it so far.
Students of the Master’s Programme in Advanced Trade Policy Granted Awards in the Applied Economic Analysis to International Trade & WTO Dispute Settlement Exercise
HSE University students were granted awards in the hearings in the framework of the Applied Economic Analysis to International Trade & WTO Dispute Settlement Exercise (economic analogue of MOOT court) organised by the World Trade Institute and held at the World Trade Organisation on 24 June 2019.