Mathematicians of the Higher School of Economics have calculated the effectiveness of measures taken to fight the coronavirus epidemic in different countries. They have concluded that the scale of anti-epidemic measures does not necessarily directly affect the disease rate, suggesting that one of the main reasons for this is the willingness of citizens to clearly, honestly and consistently comply with anti-epidemic measures.
Tuesday, October 27
Wednesday, October 28
International Conference ’Design: Vertical & Horizontal Growth’
Research Seminar of 'Culture Matters' Series. 'Russian Cultural Patterns: Addressing the Challenge of Raising Individual Responsibility' by Olga Kovbasyuk
'Post-Covid World. The Future is Now' Series: 'Do We Need Marketers in the Era of Digitalization and Automation?'
Business seminar 'News Media Data Collection and Open Data APIs'
Centre for Spatial Econometrics in Applied Macroeconomic Research Seminar. 'Spatial modelling of voting preferences: the “mystery” of the Tatarstan Republic' by Lada Kuletskaya