- Assistant Professor:International College of Economics and Finance
- Steven Kivinen has been at HSE University since 2018.
Education and Degrees
PhD in Economics
Queen's University at Kingston
Simon Fraser University
Awards and Accomplishments
Services and other activities
Member of Student Research and Placement Sub-Committee
Academic Head of ICEF Academia
Student Term / Thesis Papers
D. Kleshchevnikova, Social Learning With Endogenous Networks. International College of Economics and Finance, 2021
A. Zybin, Matching in the Labor Market: Job Matching Process Within Local Labor Markets in Russia. International College of Economics and Finance, 2021
A. Ruszczyk, The Effect of Production Complementarities on Public Good Provision. International College of Economics and Finance, 2020
R. Notkin, Matching in the Labor Market. Formal Market and Referrals. International College of Economics and Finance, 2020
A. Azamatov, Сooperation in Job Search. International College of Economics and Finance, 2019
- Industrial Economics (Bachelor’s programme; International College of Economics and Finance; 4 year, 1-4 module)Eng
- Microeconomics 1 (Bachelor’s programme; International College of Economics and Finance; 2 year, 1-4 module)Eng
- Research Seminar in Financial Economics (Master’s programme; International College of Economics and Finance; 2 year, 1-3 module)Eng
- Article Kivinen S., Tumennasan N. Robust Group Strategy-Proofness // Theoretical Economics. 2021 (in press)
Presentations at Conferences
- “Robust Group Strategy-Proofness” - The 19th Annual SAET Conference (2019), Conference on Economic Design (2019), Southern Economic Association (90th Annual Meetings) (2020)
- "Consensus in social Networks: Revisited" - 15th International ConferenceWEAI (2019)
- “Robust Group Strategy-Proofness” - Dalhousie (2017), (Queen’s University, 2017)
- “Agreement and Disagreement in Social Networks” - Dalhousie University (2017), Lakehead University (2016 [agreement], 2017 [disagreement]), Acadia University (2016), Atlantic Canada Economics Association (2016 [agreement], 2017 [disagreement]), Southern Economic Association (2017)
- “The Most Sincere Form of Flattery: Aggregate Price Dynamics with Imitation” - Carleton University (2016), Atlantic Canada Economics Association (2015), Canadian Economics Association (2014)
- “Unemployment Volatility and Networks” - Southern Economics Association (2015), Dalhousie University (2014), UQAM (2014), Royal Economics Society PhD Meetings (2014), Queen’s University (2013), CIREQ PhD Students’ Conference (2013), Canadian Economics Association (2013)
- “Polarization in Strategic Networks” - Canadian Economics Association (2015)
A springboard to careers in academia for many promising contestants, this year’s Student Research Paper Competition has announced as many as 13 winners – students and graduates of ICEF.
It’s a fact that ICEF students are awarded two degrees when they graduate. There is, however, a third school many of them attend along with HSE and The University of London – ICEF Academia. Offering a programme of advanced courses, research opportunities, discussion venues and academic career guidance, ICEF Academia traditionally hosts welcome meetings and the year 2020 was not an exception. This year’s event was held online and here is how it went.
ICEF not only trains professionals in economics and finance, but also provides a perfect start for an academic career. Daniil Esaulov, lecturer, coordinator of student research work at ICEF and manager of ICEF Academia project, talked to us about how ICEF develops research skills, what students do at ICEF Academia, and why one shouldn’t be afraid of authorities in research.