John V.C. Nye
- Leading Research Fellow:Center for Institutional Studies / International Research Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms
- John V.C. Nye has been at HSE since 2011.
Education and Degrees
California Institute of Technology
Doctoral Dissertation: Firm Size and Economic Backwardness: A New Look at the French Industrialization Debate
Currently supervising a research group Human Capital, Institutions and Development at the International Research Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms, National Research University Higher School of Economics.
2007 - present
2011 - present
International Academic Advisor and Research Director, Center for Institutional Studies at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia.
2006 - 2008
Professor of Economics and History, Washington University in St. Louis.
1992 - 2006
Associate Professor of Economics and History, Washington University.
1986 - 1992
Assistant Professor of Economics, Washington University.
1985 - 1986
Instructor. Washington University.
Other Professional Activities
2013 - present : Honorary President, World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research.
2012 - 2015 : Executive Director, Angara Centre for Law and Economics, Manila.
2013 - present : Member of the Editorial Board of the Philippine Economic Review.
2010 - present : International Advisory Board Member, Higher School of Economics, Moscow.
2010 - present : Member of the Editorial Board of the Economic History of Developing Regions.
1995 - 99 : Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Economic History.
1996 - present : Founding member of the International Society for the New Institutional Economics.
1989 - 2010 : Reviewer for the National Science Foundation.
2000 - 2007 : Member of the Center for the New Institutional Social Sciences.
1987 - 2007 : Fellow of the Center for Political Economy, Washington University.
1993 - 1996, 1999-2000 : Director of Graduate Admissions for the Economics Department.
1995 - 2000 : Associate Director of the Center for the New Institutional Economics
1994 - 1995 : Faculty Member of the Chancellor Search Committee for Washington University.
1993 - 2007 : Fellow of the Washington University Business, Law and Economics Center.
1991 - 2007 : Member, Committee for Social Thought and Analysis, Washington University.
1993 - 1996 : Member of the University Faculty Council as representative for the Social Sciences.
1995 - 1996 : Council Chairman.
Fellowships and Awards
2002 - 2003
Washington University Artsci Council Faculty Award (Teaching and Mentoring)
1996 - 1997
National Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Kemper Teaching Grant for Innovative New Courses
1993 - 1994
Kemper Teaching Grant for Innovative New Courses
Washington University Faculty Research Grant
1989 - 1990
John M. Olin Research Fellowship in Economic History
Washington University Faculty Research Grant
Alfred P. Sloan Dissertation Year Fellowship
2015: Institutions, Innovation, and Industrialization: Essays in Economic History and Development (co-edited with Avner Greif and Lynne Kiesling). Princeton University Press.
2007: War, Wine, and Taxes: The Political Economy of Anglo-French Trade 1689-1900. Princeton University Press.
1997: Frontiers of the New Institutional Economics (co-edited with John Drobak). Academic Press.
1994: Political Economy of Protectionism and Commerce. Eighteenth-Twentieth Centuries. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Economic History Congress. Section B7 (co-edited with Peter Lindert and Jean-Michel Chevet). Universita Bocconi, Bocconi.
- Article John V.C. Nye, Maksym Bryukhanov, Sergiy Polyachenko. 2D:4D and lifetime educational outcomes: Evidence from the Russian RLMS survey // Personality and Individual Differences. 2017. Vol. 112, 1 July 2017. P. 62-66. doi
- Article Nye J. V., Bruhanov M., Polyachenko S. S. Corrigendum to "2D:4D and lifetime educational outcomes: Evidence from the Russian RLMS survey" [Personality and Individual Differences 112 (2017) 62-66] // Personality and Individual Differences. 2017. Vol. 114. No. August doi (in press)
- Article Nye J. V., Polyachenko S. S., Bruhanov M. Descriptive statistics and regressions of 2D:4D and educational attainment based on RLMS data // Data in Brief. 2017. Vol. Volume 12. P. 552-583.
- Article Nye J. V., Bruhanov M., Kochergina E. V., Orel E., Polyachenko S. S., Yudkevich M. M. The effects of prenatal testosterone on wages: Evidence from Russia // Economics and Human Biology. 2017. Vol. 24. P. 43-60. doi
- Preprint Bruhanov M., Nye J. V., Polyachenko S. S. 2D:4D and lifetime educational outcomes: Evidence from the Russian RLMS Survey / NRU Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Economics/EC". 2016.
- Chapter Nye J. V. What do we really know about durable goods monopolies? The Coase conjecture in economics and its relevance for the safety razor industry, in: The Elgar Companion to Ronald H. Coase. Northampton, Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2016. Ch. 16. P. 222-234.
- Chapter Nye J. V., Johnson N. D., Koyama M. Establishing a New Order: The Growth of the State and the Decline of Witch Trials in France, in: Institutions, Innovation, and Industrialization: Essays in Economic History and Development / Отв. ред.: A. Greif, L. Kiesling, J. V. Nye. Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2015. Ch. 6. P. 149-178.
- Chapter Nye J. V., Moul C. C. Testing for Strategic Manipulation of Economic and Financial Data, in: Benford's Law: Theory and Applications. New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 2015. Ch. 13. P. 257-265.
- Article Orel E., Nye J. V. The influence of prenatal hormones on occupational choice: 2D:4D evidence from Moscow // Personality and Individual Differences. 2015. No. 78. P. 39-42. doi
- Article Nye J. V., Vasilyeva O. When does local political competition lead to more public goods?: Evidence from Russian regions // Journal of Comparative Economics. 2015. Vol. 43. No. 3. P. 650-676. doi
- Preprint Polyachenko S. S., Nye J. V., Bruhanov M. 2D:4D and Life Outcomes: Evidence from the Russian RLMS Survey / NRU Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Economics/EC". 2014. No. WP BRP 78/EC/2014.
- Article Nye J. V., Rainer I., Stratmann T. Do Black Mayors Improve Black Relative to White Outcomes? Evidence from Large U.S. Cities // Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 2014. No. April 24 doi
- Article Nye J. V., Franck R., Johnson N. D. From Internal Taxes to National Regulation: Evidence from a French Wine Tax Reform at the turn of the Twentieth Century // Explorations in Economic History. 2014. No. 51. P. 77-93.
- Chapter Nye J. V. Institutions and Income Inequality in Asia: Disentangling Policy and Political Structure, in: Inequality in Asia and the Pacific: Trends, drivers, and policy implications. NY : Routledge, 2014. P. 156-172.
- Preprint Kochergina E. V., Nye J. V., Yudkevich M. M., Orel E. The Effects Of Prenatal Testosterone On Adult Wages: Evidence From Russian Rlms Data And Measured 2d:4d Digit Ratios / NRU Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Economics/EC". 2014. No. 71.
- Preprint Orel E., Kochergina E. V., Nye J. V. Big Five Personality Traits And Academic Performance In Russian Universities / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP BRP "PSYCHOLOGY". 2013.
- Preprint Polyachenko S. S., Nye J. V. Does education or underlying human capital explain liberal economic attitudes? / NRU Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Economics/EC". 2013. No. 40.
- Article Nye J. V., Al-Ubaydli O., Houser D., Paganelli M., Pan X. The Causal Effect of Market Priming on Trust: An Experimental Investigation Using Randomized Control // Plos One. 2013. Vol. 8. No. 3 doi
- Chapter Nye J. V. Brewing Nation: War, Taxes, and the Growth of the British Beer Industry in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, in: The Economics of Beer. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011. P. 62-78.
- Article Nye J. V., Johnson N. D. Does Fortune Favor Dragons? // Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 2011. No. 78(1-2). P. 85-97.
- Article Nye J. V., Moul C. C. Money isn’t everything: Linking college choice to winning prizes and professorships // Applied Economics Letters. 2011. Vol. 18. No. 11. P. 1091-1098.
- Article Nye J. V. Taking Institutions Seriously: Rethinking the Political Economy of Development in the Philippines // Asian Development Review. 2011. No. 28(1). P. 1-21.
- Article Desierto D. A., Nye J. V. The Evolution of Institutions: the medium, the long, and the ultra-long, run // Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics. 2011. No. 167(4). P. 613-629.
- Chapter Nye J. V., Desierto D. A. Why Do Weak States Prefer Prohibition to Taxation?, in: Political Economy of Institutions, Democracy and Voting. Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 2011. Ch. 3. P. 75-94.
2010 and earlier
- “The Political Economy of Anglo-French Trade, 1689-1899: Agricultural Trade Policies, Alcohol Taxes, and War” in Kym Anderson, ed. The Political Economy of Agricultural Price Distortions, pp. 126-140, Cambridge University Press, 2010.
- “Why Do Elites Permit Reform?” in Emily Chamlee-Wright, editor, The Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations, 2009.
- “The Real New Deal,” The American Interest, September/October 2009.
- “Did the Soviets Collude?: A Statistical Analysis of Championship Chess 1940-78” with Charles Moul. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 70, nos. 1-2, 10-21, May, 2009.
- “The Pigou Problem: Finding the Right Pigou Tax in a World of Imperfect Coasian Bargains.” Regulation, 2008.
- “Institutions and the Institutional Environment,” in J.M. Glachant and E. Brousseau, eds. Guidebook to the New Institutional Economics, Cambridge University Press, 2008.
- “The Corn Laws, Free Trade, and Protectionism,” The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2008.
- Interview with Walt Rostow in Lyons, Cain, and Williamson, eds. Reflections on the Cliometrics Revolution: Converstations with economic historians, Routledge, 2008.
- “Distributional Coalitions, the Industrial Revolution, and the Origins of Economic Growth in Britain” with Joel Mokyr, Southern Economic Journal, July, vol. 74, 1, pp. 50-70, 2007.
- “The Political Economy of Numbers: On the Application of Benford's Law to International Macroeconomic Statistics" with Charles Moul. The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics: Vol. 7 : Iss. 1 (Topics), Article 17, 2007. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/bejm/vol7/iss1/art17.
- “Killing Private Ryan: A Transactions Cost Analysis of Military Decision Making”, Economics of Governance, 2006.
- “Tax Britannica: Nineteenth Century Tariffs and British National Income” with Sami Dakhlia. Public Choice, December, 121, pp. 309-33, 2004.
- “Corn Laws” article in Mokyr, ed. Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History, 2003.
- “Free Trade” article in Mokyr, ed. Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History, 2003.
- “North, D.C.” article in Mokyr, ed. Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History, 2003.
- “The Importance of Being Late: French Economic History, Cliometrics, and the New Institutional Economics”, French Historical Studies, 23, no. 3, 423-437, 2000.
- “Institutions and Economic Growth: What We Think We Know Vs. What We Pretend to Measure,” in Ken Judd and Young-Ki Lee, ed. An Agenda for Economic Reform in Korea: International Perspectives, Hoover Press, 2000.
- “The Dynamic Effects of Aggregate Demand and Supply Disturbances in the G7 Countries” with John Keating, Journal of Macroeconomics, 21, number 263-78, 1999.
- "Permanent and Transitory Shocks in Real Output: Estimates from Nineteenth Century and Postwar Economies," with John Keating, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol. 30, no. 2, May 231-251, 1998.
- “European Monetary and Economic Union: the View from the Nineteenth Century.” Columbia Journal of European Law, vol. 4, no. 2, 479-486, 1998.
- “Subjective Fidelity and Problems of Measurement in Audio Reproduction,” in Sarhangi, editor, Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science, Kansas.
- “Thinking About the State: Property Rights, Trade, and Changing Contractual Arrangements in a World with Violent Coercion” in Drobak and Nye, eds. Frontiers of the New Institutional Economics, Academic Press, 1997.
- "The Scale of Production in Western Economic Development: A Comparison of Official Industry Statistics in the U.S., Britain, France, and Germany, 1905-1913" with Janice Rye Kinghorn, Journal of Economic History, March 90-112. Nominated for the Cole Prize for outstanding article in JEH, 1996.
- "Les incidences des relations franco-britanniques sur le commerce du vin (1689-1860)" Cahiers d'Economie et Sociologie Rurales, 30, 79-94, 1994.
- "Reply to Irwin on Free Trade," Journal of Economic History , 53 ,no. 1, March, pp. 153-58, 1993. Reprinted in Dormois and Lains, eds. Classical Trade Protectionism 1815-1914.
- "Guerre, Commerce, Guerre Commerciale: L'Economie Politique des Echanges Franco-Anglais." Annales: Economies, Societés, Civilisations, no. 3, May-June, pp. 613-32, 1992.
- "The Myth of Free Trade Britain and Fortress France: Tariffs and Trade in the 19th Century." Journal of Economic History, 51, no.1, March, pp. 23-46, 1991. Runner-up for the Cole Prize for outstanding essay in the JEH. Reprinted in Dormois and Lains, Classical Trade Protectionism 1815-1914 (lead article). Reprinted in François Crouzet, ed. The Economic Development of France Since 1870 (Edward Elgar, 1993). Reprinted in C. Knick Harley, ed. The Integration of the World Economy 1850-1914, vol. II (Edward Elgar, 1996).
- "Lucky Fools and Cautious Businessmen: On Entrepreneurship and the Measurement of Entrepreneurial Failure." in Mokyr, ed. The Vital One: Essays in Honor of JRT Hughes, Research in Economic History, Supplement 6, pp. 131-52, 1991 (JAI Press, Greenwich, Connecticut). Featured in the New York Times, “A Vital Economy Suffers Fools Gladly,” Sept. 6, 2001.
- "Changing Trade Conditions, National Welfare, and the 1860 Anglo-French Treaty of Commerce." Explorations in Economic History, 28, no. 4, October, pp. 460-77, 1991.
- "Revisionist Tariff History and the Theory of Hegemonic Stability." Politics and Society, 19, no. 1, June, pp. 209-32, 1991.
- "On the Conflation of Productivity and Efficiency in Economics and Economic History: A Comment." Economics and Philosophy, no. 6, Spring, pp. 147-52, 1990.
- "La Grande Quantification," with Joel Mokyr, Northwestern University. Journal of Economic History, no. 1, March, pp. 172-76, 1990.
- "Male-Female Wage Discrimination in Nineteenth-Century France" with Don Cox, Boston College. Journal of Economic History, no. 4, December, pp. 903-20, 1989.
- "Game Theory and the North Amercian Fur Trade: A Comment." Journal of Economic History, no. 3, September, pp. 677-80, 1988.
- "Firm Size and Economic Backwardness: A New Look at the French Industrialization Debate," Journal of Economic History, Vol. XLVII, No. 3, Sept., pp. 649-69, 1987.
2014: “Ronald Coase: An Appreciation,” The Independent Review.
2014: Review of “The Poverty of Clio: Resurrecting Economic History,” Journal of Social History; doi: 10.1093/jsh/sht097
2013: Tribute to James Buchanan, “Worldy Philosopher and Constitutional Idealist,” in The Political Economist, the newsletter of the American Political Science Association, Political Economy section. .
2013: Review of Heredity, Family, and Inequality by Michael Beenstock. Forthcoming, Economica.
2011: Interview with John Nye, Economic Sociology – The European Electronic Newsletter, 13.1, November.
2011 Review of Revolutionary Commerce: Globalization and the French Monarchy by Paul Cheney, American Historical Review. February.
2009: “Why Things Will Feel Worse As They Get Better: The Downside of Growing Consumption Equality” Cato-unbound.org. October 16.
2009: Nobel Pioneers. Forbes.com, October 12, 2009. http://www.forbes.com/2009/10/12/economics-nobel-ostrom-williamson-coase-opinions-contributors-john-v-c-nye.html
2008: Review of Power and Plenty in Journal of International Economics.
2008: Review of Schonhardt-Bailey, From the Corn Laws to Free Trade, Summer, Independent Review.
2008: “Repeal of the Corn Laws and the Question of Free Trade in Nineteenth Century Britain,” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences.
2007: “Standards of Living and Modern Economic Growth,” in David Henderson, ed. The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics, 4th edition, Liberty Fund.
2007: “Free Trade” in History of World Trade Since 1450, Macmillan-Thompson.
2007: “Transactions Costs and Trade” in History of World Trade Since 1450, Macmillan-Thompson.
2006: Excerpt from War, Wine, and Taxes. Book Preview. The Newsletter of the Cliometric Society. Spring, 21, no. 1.
2005: Comments on the finalists for the Gerschenkron Dissertation Prize, in the Journal of Economic History.
2004: Review of Roehner and Syme, Patterns and Repertoire in History, Economic History NET.
2003: “Disputing Tastes” in Library of Economics and Liberty, October 6, 2003
2003: “The Myth of Free-Trade Britain,” in Library of Economics and Liberty, March 3, 2003
2002: “Irreducible Inequality,” Library of Economics and Liberty, April 1, 2002
2002: “Economic Growth and True Inequality” Library of Economics and Liberty, January 28, 2002
2002: Review of Alice Amsden’s The Rise of the Rest: Challenges to the West from Late-Industrialized Economies. Journal of Economic Literature:
2002: Review of McGillivray, etc. “International Trade and Political Institutions,” Economic History EH.net
2001: Review of Peter Marsh’s Bargaining on Europe in Journal of Economic History
2000: Journal of Economic History, review of Daniel Verdier’s Democracy and International Trade.
2000: Reason, review of Richard Pipes’ Property and Freedom.
1999: Journal of Economic History, review of Brennan’s Burgundy to Champagne: The Wine Trade in Early Modern France..
1998: Business History Review, review of Francois Caron’s Les deux révolutions industrielles du XXe siecle.
1997: Reason, review of Irwin’s Against the Tide, February.
1996: Reason, “Back to the Future” (essay on free trade and protection) May.
1997: Journal of Economic History, review of Muller, ed. Structure and Strategy of Small and Medium Size Enterprises Since the Industrial Revolution
1996: Journal of Interdisciplinary History, review of Moss and Jobert, eds. Naissance et Mort des Entreprises en Europe XIXe - XXe Siecles.
1994: The Cliometrics Society Newsletter, "An Interview with W.W. Rostow," vol. 9, no. 2 July, 3-8, 26-32.
1994: Journal of Economic History, review of Toutain, La production agricole de la France.
1993: Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Review of Higonnet, Landes, and Rosovsky, eds. Favorites of Fortune.
1993: Journal of Economic History, Review of Colin Heywood, The Development of the French Economy, 1750-1914.
1993: Journal of Economic Literature, Review of Jack Goldstone, Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World.
1992: Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Review of Peter Temin, ed. Inside the Business Enterprise.
1991: Journal of Economic History, March. Review of David Galenson, ed. Markets in History: Economic Studies of the Past.
1990: Journal of Economic History, March. Review of Kristine Bruland, British Technology and European Industrialization.
1987: Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Review of Reuven Brenner's Betting on Ideas.
- 2018Gaidar Forum “Russia and the world: values and virtues” (Москва). Presentation: Social Mobility in the Russia of Revolutions 1910-2015: A Surname Study
- Economic History Seminar. (Evanston, Illinois). Presentation: Social Mobility in the Russia of the Revolutions: A Surname Study 1879-2016
- 2017Second World Congress of Comparative Economics «1917 –2017: Revolution and Evolution in Economic Development» (St. Petersburg). Presentation: Social Mobility in the Russia of Revolutions, 1910- 2015: a Surname Study
- 201484th Annual Southern Economic Association conference (Атланта). Presentation: The Effects of Prenatal Testosterone on Adult Wages: Evidence from RMLS Data
- 201317th Annual Conference of The International Society for New Institutional Economics (ISNIE) (Florence). Presentation: What Determines Trust? Human Capital Vs. Social Institutions: Evidence from Manila and Moscow
- 17th Annual Conference of The International Society for New Institutional Economics (ISNIE) (Florence). Presentation: Does education or underlying human capital explain liberal economic attitudes
- 3nd Summer Workshop of Center for Institutional Studies (Москва). Presentation: The influence of prenatal hormones on occupational choice: 2D:4D evidence from Moscow
2010, 2012-2015 Lecturer, Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis, Moscow, Russia.
December 2011 Lecture to the Asian Development Bank on Inequality and Institutions.
December 2011 Invited speaker at LACEA-LAMES 2011 (Latin American Econometric Society meetings)
December 2011 Lecture at Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Chile.
Fall 2011 Consultant to the Department of Agrarian Reform, Philippines.
August 2011 Lecture at the Asian Development Bank.
August 2011 Lecture at Manila Water and Sewerage Services.
August 2011 Lecture at Bank of Commerce, Philippines.
August 2011 Lecture at BSP (Philippine Central Bank).
August 2011 Lecture at Asia United Bank, Philippines.
July to August 2011 Consultant to the World Bank, Philippines.
July 2011 Lecturer and organizer, University of the Philippines workshop on Instituitons and Development
July 2011 Lecturer and faculty at RSSIA 2011 Moscow.
May 2011 Lecturer at Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, University of Chicago.
February/March Visiting Professor, Stanford Center for International Development, Stanford University.
January 2011 Invited speaker, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
January 2011 Consultant to the World Bank, Philippines.
October 2010 Visiting Professor, Higher School of Economics, Moscow.
July/August 2010 Visiting Professor, University of the Philippines, and consultant to The World Bank.
July 2010 Visiting Professor, Nihon University School of Economics, Japan.
June 2010 USAID Growth Officer’s Conference: “What Haven’t We Learned from the NIE?: Challenges of Successful Economic Reform”
May 2010 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Moscow, Russia.
December 2009 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Xiamen, China.
July/August 2009 Visiting Professor, University of the Philippines School of Economics.
July 2009 Lectuer at the RSSIA summer workshop of the Higher School of Economics, Moscow.
June 2009 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Brown University, Providence.
May 2009 Keynote speaker, Beeronomics Conference, Leuven.
May 2009 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Slovak University of Economics, Bratislava.
December 2008 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute workshop, Beijing University.
October 2008 Invited speaker, Upton Forum, Beloit College.
July 2008 Visiting Professor, University of the Philippines School of Economics. Lecture series co-sponsored by the Atlas Foundation.
June 2008 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Brown University, Providence.
March 2008 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Manila, Philippines.
December 2007 Visiting Professor at Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris.
June 2007 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Charlottesville, VA.
June 2007 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Reykjavik, Iceland.
May 2007 Distinguished Lecture, Annual conference of the New Economic School and the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia.
May 2007 Organizer and presenter, St. Louis Initiative Conference on “The NIE and Economic Development,” St. Louis, MO.
December 2006 Visiting Professor at Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po)
Fall 2006 Chair, Selection Committee -- First ISNIE PhD Dissertation Award.
June 2006 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Stanford, CA.
December 2005 Visiting Professor at Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po)
September 2005 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Barcelona, Spain.
July 2005 Fellow, Social Philosophy and Policy Center, Bowling Green State University.
June 2005 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Virginia.
September 2004 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Tucson, Arizona.
June 2004 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Virginia.
Spring 2004 Visiting Professor at Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po).
August 2003 Visiting Professor -- Mercatus Center, George Mason University.
June 2003 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Virginia.
September 2002 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Boston, MA.
Summer 2002 Summer School on Markets and Hierarchies, St. Petersburg State University, Russia.
June 2002 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Social Change Workshop for Graduate Students, Virginia.
September 2001 Lecturer at the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop, Oakland, CA.
Summer 2001 Summer School on Markets and Hierarchies, St. Petersburg State University, Russia.
June 2001 Lecturer at the Institute for Humane Studies Summer Workshop for Graduate Students, Virginia.
Spring 1995 Visiting Scholar, Budapest University of Economics
Winter 1995 Visiting Professor, Stanford University.
Summer 1993-97 Adjunct Professor, International Center, University of Tübingen, Germany
Summer 1993 Visiting Professor, INRA, France.
Summer 1991 Visiting Professor, Insitut d'Histoire de l'Académie des Sciences, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, France.
May 1989 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Strasbourg.
May 1987 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Strasbourg.
- Business World (front page), “Structural Reforms Urged to Support Gains”, July 26, 2012.
- Bagong Aurora Website ng Bayan, “Angara to Launch First of Its Kind Think Tank”, July 28, 2012.
- Manila Bulletin, “Growing Sustainability”, July 29, 2012.
- Philippine Star (front page), “Cha-cha Eyed This Year”, August 1, 2012.
- Rappler, “New PH Think Tank to Promote Policy Debate”, August 2, 2012.
- Business World Online, 'Philippines could be ‘next rising star', August 3, 2012. (featuring Nye and Cowen).
- ABS-CBN News, 'Philippine Laws Overly Restrictive, Scared of Foreigners', August 3, 2012.
- Inquirer Global Nation, 'PH must open up to global debate on economic ideas', August 4, 2012.
- Manila Times, 'Economy Remains Protected by Government', August 4, 2012.
- Business Mirror, 'Business minefield batters govt, private firms', August 5, 2012.
- Manila Bulletin, 'Intellectual Foundation, More Critical Than Ever', August 5, 2012.
- Global Nation Inquirer (front page), '2 US Experts See PH Under Aquino Asia’s Next Tiger', August 5, 2012.
- Interview on ANC (TV), 'Business Nightly', August 8, 2012.
HSE staff members were awarded medals and honor awards of the university at the meeting of the Academic Council.
Every summer since 2007, the Center for Institutional Studies at the National Research University Higher School of Economics has been organizing the annual Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis (RSSIA). Students and researchers from around the world convene in Moscow to enjoy a whole week of lectures and consultations, presentations, discussions and networking, as well as the opportunity to be inspired by the experts.
From July 2 – 7, 2016, the 10th Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis (RSSIA) took place just outside of Moscow. This event traditionally attracts experts in various areas of institutional research, as well as young researchers, for whom the School is a chance to work on projects under the supervision of leading scholars.
The Book Market, Finance and Reasons for Self-Medication: What People are Studying at the Summer School on Institutional Analysis
In the Moscow Region, the ninth Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis (RSSIA) was held recently, bringing together 26 young researchers from Italy, Montenegro, the Philippines, Macedonia, Great Britain, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Russia. During the programme, they addressed problems concerning the economics of education, financial institutions, the public sector, and the theory of industrial markets.
On May 30, the HSE held a conference dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the International Research Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms (LIA) and the 5th anniversary of the Centre for Institutional Studies (CInSt). Maria Yudkevich, director of the LIA, spoke about how and why the laboratory and centre were established, the research they conduct and what guests experienced at the conference.
Last Friday, the day before Russian Science Day, we published stories by several HSE scientists on how they got into science. We received a lot of responses, so we decided to continue the project. Today, another four HSE scholars, including one Nobel laureate, discuss their journeys into science.
Between June 28 and July 4, the Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis (RSSIA 2014) took place near Moscow (RSSIA2014). Aside from the theoretical and practical aspects of institutional economics, also discussed were issues related to the development and presentation of academic research.
A working paper is a form of preliminary publication that makes it possible to quickly present for discussion among the academic community the results of the latest research. On September 5, the HSE Basic Research Programme issued its 200th working paper.