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Monday, May 21

6th International Conference on Applied Research in Economics (iCare6)

Submission of papers (full draft) – May 31, 2018 

Living and Working in Multicultural Moscow

In 2017, Sean Winkler joined the School of Philosophy as a research fellow. Originally from Chino Hills, California, he holds an undergraduate and Master’s degree in philosophy from Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, California), as well as a Master’s degree and PhD from KU Leuven (Leuven, Belgium), where his dissertation focused on the work of 17th century philosopher Baruch Spinoza. In his role as a postdoctoral research fellow for the School of Philosophy at HSE, Winkler specializes in the study of early modern philosophy. Apart from early modern thought, his interests span from Ancient Daoism, to 20th century French continental philosophy, to Marxism and to philosophy of science.

Illustration for news: Predictions Only Hold Scientists Back

Predictions Only Hold Scientists Back

Together with his colleagues, Igor Kukushkin, Chief Research Fellow at the Institute of Solid State Physics (Russian Academy of Sciences) and Professor at the Faculty of Physics at the Higher School of Economics, has founded two scientific-commercial enterprises. Their products are used in a range of areas, including pharmaceuticals and medicine, as well as to control the quality of various materials and even in the fight against terrorism. Igor Kukushkin spoke to the HSE news service about how to combine science and business.

Illustration for news: Who Knew Snow Could Be So Colourful!

Who Knew Snow Could Be So Colourful!

Aditi Koomar and Shreyak Tare are exchange students from Indian Institute of Management Raipur, a partner university of HSE-Nizhny Novgorod. They are pursuing a Master's degree in Management with a major in Marketing and Human Resource. They have come from Kerala, a southern Indian state, to Nizhny Novgorod for three months to study Brand Management and Marketing of Innovations at the Faculty of Management. Sara Olmi of International Students’ Club has talked to Aditi and Shreyak about their impressions and exchange experience.

Illustration for news: Irina Filatova: ‘HSE Is an Initiative by People Whom I Deeply Respect And with Whom I Associate Critical Changes in Our Country’

Irina Filatova: ‘HSE Is an Initiative by People Whom I Deeply Respect And with Whom I Associate Critical Changes in Our Country’

Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor at the HSE Faculty of Humanities’ School of History, and Professor Emeritus at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Professor Filatova is also the author of six books on African history. She spoke about her experiences of teaching, research and traveling through Africa.

To See Paris and Die: The Soviet Lives of Western Culture

In March, the International Center for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences at HSE welcomed Eleonor Gilburd, Assistant Professor of the History and the College at the University of Chicago. Professor Gilburd presented her book 'To See Paris and Die: The Soviet Lives of Western Culture' which deals with the history of translation, cultural diplomacy and exchange and the interpretation of Western texts by Soviet audiences in the mid-20th century. She spoke to HSE News Service about her research.

Illustration for news: ‘Success Is Partly About Making Mistakes…’

‘Success Is Partly About Making Mistakes…’

In the latest edition of Success Builder, the Head of Russia and Ukraine DCM at J.P. Morgan, Kirill Kondrashin, discusses the things even those with honours diplomas don’t consider, as well as how to think like a British HR professional and how a new employee can survive in the jungle of the London financial services market.

Why I Chose Global Business Programme

We sat down to talk to Jatin Garg, our international student from India, about his decision to apply for the Global Business master's programme, what the process was like and where he expects to end up after graduation.

Illustration for news: How an HSE Graduate Is Teaching Chinese in Indonesia and Helping a Local University Grow

How an HSE Graduate Is Teaching Chinese in Indonesia and Helping a Local University Grow

After graduating from the Socioeconomic and Political Development of Modern Asia master’s programme, Vladimir Kirichenko set off for Indonesia. He is now at the London School of Public Relations in Jakarta, where he studies, teaches, conducts research, and works in an international office. Below he discusses his experience in Indonesia, as well as prospects for the development of Russian and Indonesian ties in the field of education.

Illustration for news: ‘A Job I Love, a Family, Singapore – Could I Really Want Anything More?’

‘A Job I Love, a Family, Singapore – Could I Really Want Anything More?’

Elena Okorochenko, Managing Director of Asia-Pacific Ratings at S&P Global Ratings, is not only a graduate of HSE’s first class of students; she has also contributed to the formation of the university as a whole. In the latest edition of Success Builder, Elena tells us how she only changed companies twice throughout her entire career, as well as how she manages a regional S&P Global division, shares her colleagues’ love for Asian cuisine, and never finds herself in a traffic jam in Singapore because they just don’t exist.

Fewer People in Corporations, but More Promising Careers in Research

On February 12, the winners of the Student Research Paper Competition were announced. Not only did they receive prizes, but also had the opportunity to put some thought-provoking questions to the university administration. We’ve selected five questions which we consider highly relevant to researchers at HSE and internationally, and the responses are below.