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ICEF and LSE Sign Agreement for Next Four Years

On June 24, 2013, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), represented by ICEF Project Director from the LSE Richard Jackman, and the HSE, represented by First Vice Rector Vadim Radaev, signed an agreement on the activities and development of the HSE’s International College of Economics and Finance (ICEF) for the next four-year period. Sergey Yakovlev, Director of the ICEF, told us about this cooperation.

Vasily Klyucharev, Dean of the HSE Faculty of Psychology: ‘Our objective is to integrate our faculty into the European academic space’

Vasily Klyucharev is the new Dean of the HSE Faculty of Psychology. His professional interests lie in neuroeconomics - more specifically, in the study of social influence, of the ways our decisions can be manipulated, what mechanisms are at play, and which parts of our brain are involved when someone tries to manipulate us. The new Dean talked to our news service about the faculty's upcoming research projects and academic courses.

The Best Students Go to London

Every year the HSE International College of Economics and Finance rewards its best students by sending them to study at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE), for free. This year, two second-year undergraduate and two first-year master’s students of the ICEF will be reaping the benefits of their hard work with a trip to the LSE.

‘The Top Marks for Summer School in HSE’

Maureen A. Pirog, Rudy Professor of Policy Analysis, Indiana University and Associated Professor, University Washington, Editor-in-Chief, the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management gave a special interview to HSE news service.

Joint Project of Channel One Russia, New York Film Academy, and the HSE

On April 7, 2013, Channel One Russia, together with the New York Film Academy and the Higher School of Economics, will launch the course ‘Modern Production in Cinema and Television’.

An Excellent Opportunity to Study, Work and Live

Claire Lucien, a student from France, graduated from the HSE in 2011. She is an alumna of the double degree Master’s programme ‘International Relations in Eurasia’, a joint project with the University of Kent. Today she works as an analyst in export finance at BNP Paribas in Moscow.

A Strong Side of Public Policy is Debate

The popularity of this year’s Winter School at the HSE Department of Public Policy can be seen in the numbers. 72 international participants applied for it on time, and 17 more sent their applications in after the deadline.

‘The More You Give, the More You Get’

Anita Soboleva, Associate Professor at the HSE Faculty of Law Department of the Theory of Law and Comparative Law, has been voted one of the best HSE teachers by students in 2012.

MEB: Moscow to Become a Full Partner and a Campus

The Master in European Business (MEB) Programme offered by HSE's International Institute of Administration and Business (IIAB) in cooperation with ESCP Europe moves to a new level. For the first time, both semesters will be available in Moscow, during the 2013/2014 academic year. IIAB Director Irina Maltseva gives an overview of the programme.

‘Each Student Studies on His Own, and the Teacher Is Only the Torch Which Lights His Way through a Dark Forest’

Ella Khabina, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics department of Higher Mathematics, was named one of the best HSE teachers conducting seminar classes in 2012, in a vote by students from the Faculty of Economics.