HSE’s Summer University officially opened on June 20. Now in its fourth week, the Summer University is in full swing at three of HSE’s four campuses– Moscow, St Petersburg and Nizhny Novgorod. Participants continue coming to Russia for courses on topics such as politics, history, economics, and Russian and Eurasian cultures. Most courses last two to four weeks and all of them are taught in English.
Monday, December 10
T.V. Paul to speak on 'Restraining Great Powers Soft Balancing from Empires to the Global Era'
Lecture 'Automation and the Changing World of Work' by Professor Furio C. Rosati
Tuesday, December 11
Elena Sautkina to speak on 'Habit Disruption and Behaviour Spillover. A Study of the English Plastic Bag Charge'
Vladimir Shkolnikov to speak on 'Epidemiological Research on the Russian Mortality Phenomenon'
Iain Ferguson to speak on 'Russia’s Monologues of Civilisation: A Conservative Dilemma'