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Glenn Eric Andre Diesen

  • Glenn Eric Andre Diesen has been at HSE since 2018.

Education and Degrees

  • 2014

    PhD
    VU Amsterdam

  • 2010

    Master's in International Relations
    Macquarie University

  • 2005

    Master's in International Business and Marketing Strategies
    University of Sydney

Conferences

  • 2017
    International Conference on Innovative Research and Development (Бангкок). Presentation: Conceptualising Russia as an Asian Democracy
  • Global Studies Conference (Сингапур). Presentation: Russia and the Geoeconomics of Eurasian Connectivity
  • 2016
    APSec (Osaka). Presentation: Russia and Japan at a Crossroad: Russia’s Pivot to Asia and the End of Status Quo
  • 2015
    The Eurasian Project in a Global Perspective (Cambridge). Presentation: The Eurasian Economic Union and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
  • China’s Energy Outreach and its Impact on the Regional Order in Asia Pacific and Beyond (Ningbo). Presentation: Cooperation, conflict, contradiction…? Russia’s energy pivot to Asia

Courses (2018/2019)

Publications16


Employment history

Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia                                             
Professor                                                                                                      Sep 2018 - ongoing

Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia                                             
Visiting Scholar                                                                                            Aug 2017 - Aug 2018

Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia
Adjunct Research Fellow                                                                             Aug 2016 - ongoing

Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Associate Lecturer/Scholarly Teaching Fellow                                          Feb 2015 - Dec 2017

Macquarie University / University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Casual Convenor, Lecturer and Tutor                                                         Feb 2011 - Feb 2015

Timetable for today

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The annual International Winter School for foreign students has finished

From January 21 to January 31, 2019 in HSE buildings on Myasnitskaya 20, Myasnitskaya 9/11 and Armenian pereulok 4 International Winter School was held. It was organized by the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs.

China’s Geoeconomics and the ‘New Cold War’

Glenn Diesen, the Professor of the School of International Affairs, published the article called “China’s Geoeconomics and the “New Cold War” in “Russia in Global Affairs” journal.

The first academic exchange program of the EAEU experts opened in HSE

On November 15, the official opening of the academic exchange program between the Eurasian Economic Union countries was held in HSE by Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS) as a part of the research project “Developing a Modern Paradigm of the Development of the EAEU with Regard to Global Challenges”.

Recent Seminar Addresses Geoeconomics and the Restructuring of Global Value Chains

In October, the International Laboratory on World Order Studies and the New Regionalism hosted a research seminar in which Dr. Glenn Diesen, Professor in the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs at HSE, presented a recent paper entitled ‘Geoeconomics in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Restructuring of Global Value Chains.’ The discussion centred on how technology has become increasingly important for competitiveness in global value chains. This subsequently incentivizes government support for technological development as the main tool for Great Power rivalry, which can be seen in the cooperation between Western governments and corporations over the past several decades to develop technological leadership with high-value activities and concurrently engineer hierarchically-structured global value chains.