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Marina Kolosnitsyna

  • Tenured Professor
  • Marina Kolosnitsyna has been at HSE University since 1994.

Education, Degrees and Academic Titles

  • 2009
    Associate Professor
  • 1987

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD) in Economics and National Economy Management
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

  • 1981

    Degree in Economist-mathematician
    Lomonosov Moscow State University, faculty of economics

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Courses (2020/2021)

Courses (2019/2020)

Courses (2018/2019)

Editorial board membership

2017: Member of the Editorial Board, Statistics, Politics and Policy.

Researh and Consultancy Projects:

  1.  Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project "Socio-economic outcomes of consumer choice in the markets of socially important goods and services".
  2. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project ‘Consumer demand on the markets of socially important goods and services, and public policy’ (2019).
  3. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project ‘Consumer behaviour on the markets of socially important goods and services’ (2018).
  4. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project ‘Health formation: input of different factors’ (2018). 
  5. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Social policy development: target groups and priorities” (2017).
  6. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Social protection: target groups and priorities” (2016).
  7. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Older people opportunities, socio-economic determinants of active ageing, and public policies” (2015).
  8. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Social and economic determinants of active aging and public policy response towards the elderly” (2013-2014).
  9. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Public policy for a healthy lifestyle” (2011-2012).
  10. Ministry of Finance and World Bank-funded project “Enhancing the efficiency of public spending in public employment sphere” (2009-2010).
  11. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Economic evaluations in the health care” (2008).
  12. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Microeconomic analysis of services and factors’ markets in the health care” (2007).
  13. Innovation Programme, Higher School of Economics. National Project for Education Development (preparing the textbook “Health Care Economics”) (2006-2007).
  14. Programme for Fundamental Studies HSE-financed project “Microeconomic effects of changing public sector institutions (example of health care)” (2006).
  15. IBRD-funded project “Technical Assistance for Reforms of Health Care System” (translation and annotations of textbooks in health economics and financial management in health care) (2005).
  16. Independent Institute for Social Policy, project “Access to higher education and positive social dynamics” (2003).
  17. Bureau of Economic Analysis commissioned by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (2002-2003) – Monitoring of Economic Reform.
  18. Ministry of Education project “Modelling and forecasting households’ demand for educational services” (2002).
  19. Ministry of Economic Development and Trade project “Methodology for testing Ministry personnel”(2002).
  20. Ministry of Education-funded project “New mechanisms for education financing” (2001).
  21. IBRD-funded Innovation project for Education Development in Russia (preparing new teaching courses and textbooks in Public Finance)(1999-2002).
  22. Ministry of Education-funded project “New education for the market economy” (2000).
  23. IBRD-funded project “Implementation of concept for reform of local development and employment for the mining towns and settlements” under the Coal Industry Restructuring Loan – Reformugol Foundation (2000).
  24. TACIS Project “Upgrading the Capabilities and Efficiency of the Ministry of Economy of the Russian Federation” (1997-1999).
  25. Know-How Fund (UK)/Federal Employment Service of Russia Project “Enterprise Training Initiative” (1995).

Publications34

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Competing Benefits: Economic Theory and COVID Constraints

Those who consider themselves healthy will be more willing to comply with COVID restrictions if they believe, according to their own estimations, that the expected losses from the disease will be significant, suggest researchers of the Faculty of Economic Sciences at HSE University.

Quality of Life or Medicine? HSE Researchers Learn the Key to Living Longer

Everyday living conditions — income, housing, and sanitation — affect health and life expectancy more than the availability and quality of medicine. At the same time, the health system itself plays a crucial role in treating infection. This is what a recent study by researchers of HSE University has found.

Russia’s Regions and Their Preferences for Strong Alcohol

Regions where vodka is consumed more often generally have a higher level of alcohol consumption

1.6

is the number of times by which the share of people with higher education among Russians over 55 years of age has increased since 2000.

8.9%

of older Russians rate their health as good.

HSE Recognizes Staff Achievements

At a meeting of the HSE Academic Сouncil on October 31, five members of the University staff were given awards recognizing their achievements at HSE.