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Jul 10 – Jul 20

CANCELLED: International Summer School on CSS Methods

Jul 22 – Jul 26

Annual Conference SABE 2020 on Economic Psychology and Behavioural Economics

Format subject to change. Follow updates on the conference website 

Aug 24 – Aug 28

POSTPONED: Summer School on Machine Learning in Bioinformatics

Follow updates on the summer school website 

Sep 16 – Sep 18

International Seminar on 'Global Longevity: Advances and Challenges'

Deadline for submitting abstract: 15th June, 2020  

Illustration for news: HSE University Places Second on Superjob Alumni Salary Ranking of Russian Economics Universities

HSE University Places Second on Superjob Alumni Salary Ranking of Russian Economics Universities

HSE University alumni working in economics and finance, earn an average of 115,000 rubles a month in their first five years of work after graduation. This is the second best result among universities, according to data from the Superjob job search website.

Illustration for news: HSE University Places Second in Demand for Graduates Among Employers in RAEX Ranking

HSE University Places Second in Demand for Graduates Among Employers in RAEX Ranking

For three years already, HSE University has appeared in the Top-5 of Russia’s best universities according to the RAEX Ranking. In terms of demand for graduates among employers, HSE University has risen to the second place, while also improving its indicator for ‘environment for high-quality learning’.

Illustration for news: Technological Unemployment

Technological Unemployment

In his book, Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future, futurist Martin Ford warns of 75% unemployment by 2100, as robots will finally defeat humans and half of all existing occupations will disappear. Should we believe it? Prominent Russian economist and deputy director of the HSE Centre for Labour Market Studies Rostislav Kapeliushnikov does not think so. According to his paper 'Is Technological Change a Devourer of Jobs?'', predictions of a 'labour market apocalypse' with mass loss of jobs caused by technological progress are unfounded.

Student Work Experience Helps Graduates Win Higher Salaries

Sergey Roshchin, HSE Vice Rector, discussed the main trends in graduate employment at a panel discussion titled ‘University-Graduate-Business: How to Build Constructive Partnership’ organized by the Ural Federal University and Sistema Charitable Foundation as part of the XIX World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi. The participants discussed the changes required in education due to growing competition and the approaches that universities and employers take to pooling efforts and creating a joint vision.

1%

of unemployed people who found new work in 2014 did so with the help of a state employment agency.

74%

of young professionals age 19-24 use connections through friends or relatives when securing employment.

Economy Blurs the Line between Formal and Informal Employment

The informal nature of employment does not affect an employee's social status, because the differences between formal and informal employment are insignificant in Russia, says Anna Zudina, Junior Researcher at the HSE's Centre for Labour Market Studies.

Reforms Undercut the Rights of Germany’s Unemployed

How to reform the labour market is one of the most discussed issues in Russian society. Germany introduced major labour market reforms in the 2000s and is one of the few countries that has achieved significant results in doing so. Here are some findings made by researcher Nina Vishnevskaya of the HSE Centre for Labour Studies.

Religion Affects the Way People Seek Employment

Religious beliefs affect the way people seek and choose jobs. Adepts of certain religions tend to rely on their skills, others on their good looks, while still others count on knowing the right people, suggests a study by Ekaterina Alexandrova and Elena Kalabina.