Economic growth in developed countries has a dual effect. On one hand, people's living standards and consumer spending are on the rise, but on the other hand, this does not necessarily make people happy and may in fact erode subjective wellbeing and lead to economic crises. A new study co-authored by Francesco Sarracino, HSE LCSR Senior Associate Researcher, examines the reasons behind this phenomenon.
Thursday, February 21
Research seminar on ‘European Union: Forming a New Agent in the Field of International Security’ with Georgey Kuterev and Richard Sakwa
CInSt Research Seminar 'All Along the Watchtower: Defense Lines and the Origins of Russian Serfdom'
Friday, February 22
Mini-workshop 'New Frontiers in High-dimensional Probability and Statistics 2'
Lecture by Richard Sakwa on 'Reflections on Post-Cold War International Order'