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Natalia V. Akindinova

  • Director:Centre of Development Institute
  • Member of the HSE Academic Council
  • Natalia V. Akindinova has been at HSE since 2009.

Education

1996

Diploma
Finance Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation

Publications41

Biography

  • Since 2009 - Director of the HSE 'Centre of Development' Institute
  • Since January 1999 - Expert, Leading Expert, Executive Director of the 'Centre of Development'
  • March 1999 - March 2002 - Expert at the Research and Charity Foundation ‘Expert Institute'
  • August 1998 - February 1999 - Researcher at the Research Department of the Bank of Russia
  • December 1996 - August 1998 - Expert at the Tax Inspection Service, Federal Tax Police Service of Russia

Key Responsibilities

  • Administration of the Centre's activities
  • Organization of its work
  • Coordination of the research, expert and analytical work at the department
  • Preparation of analytical papers on the topics of research

Professional Interests

Macroeconomics, state finance, household finance.

Golden HSE Laureates Announced

On December 20, 2016, the ZIL Cultural Centre hosted this year’s Golden HSE awards ceremony. This year saw several significant changes to the award rules: new nominations have appeared, many of them were divided into categories for different groups of employees — all to help ensure HSE was able to express its gratitude to a larger number of worthy candidates. 

'Normal Is Not Ridiculous': Most Interesting Reports Presented at the HSE's XVII April International Academic Conference

A total of 900 papers were presented at the HSE's XVII April Conference in Moscow. We consider the following selection to be must-reads.

Evgeny Yasin Turns 82

On May 7th, the Academic Supervisor of the Higher School of Economics, Evgeny Yasin, celebrated his 82nd birthday.

'We'll Have to Struggle for Even 1.5%-2.5% Growth'

At the latest plenary session of the XVII April International Academic Conference, participants discussed a thought-provoking new paper called The Russian Economy Before the Long Transitionby Natalia Akindinova, Yaroslav Kuzminov, and Evgeny Yasin of the Higher School of Economics.

'Our University Is Growing Together with the April Conference'

April 19th marks the official start of the XVII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. Below, HSE Academic Supervisor Evgeny Yasin, who is also the Chairman of the Conference’s Programme Committee, discusses what participants can expect from this year’s conference.  

Workshop devoted to development of a draft Strategy for the Socio-Economic Development of Tyumen Region until 2030

Director of the “Development Centre” Institute Natalya Akindinova and IPAG Director Andrey Klimenko presented the region's development strategy until 2030 to heads of divisions of the Tyumen Region administration and group heads.

Russian Economy May Face Mobilisation

The current crisis in Russia is different from all others in its heightened uncertainty and unpredictable consequences, and recent events are comparable to the transformative crisis that occurred in Russia in the 1990s, the Director of the Centre of Development Institute, Natalia Akindinova, and HSE Academic Supervisor Evgeny Yasin said in their paper ‘A New Stage of Economic Development in Post-Soviet Russia.’ The researchers propose four possible scenarios for how the Russian economy might change, the most probable of which, they posit, is a so-called ‘mobilisation scenario.’

Top 16 Most Interesting Reports Presented at the HSE's XVI April International Academic Conference

Social policy challenges and losses; Russians are not Europeans; Why parents in Moscow hate the USE; Defence attorneys' strategies in dealing with law enforcement agencies; Migrants in Moscow: myths and reality; Why switching to 'effective contracts' for school teachers does not work—these were among the most interesting papers from the HSE's XV April Conference, according to Opec.ru.

The Crisis Is Forcing Us to Seek New Answers to Old Questions

On 7-10th April 2015 the HSE, supported by the World Bank will be holding the XVI April International Conference on Economic and Social Development. Top political scientists, sociologists and economists, government officials and businessmen will discuss the burning issues we are facing today; should we take the path of international integration, how can we resolve the current economic crisis and where should we look for new drivers of economic growth? Andrei Yakovlev and Fuad Aleskerov told the HSE news website about what novelties and special events the conference has in store.

Sales tax to speed up inflation and slow down economy

Implementing a sales tax will not help the regional budgets. The excessive tax burden will drive business into the ‘shadows’ and raise the price of goods and services. In addition, retailers will see turnover fall, reducing profits and investment activity. This forecast was included in ‘Macroeconomic Analysis of the Impact of Changes in the Tax Rate on the State Budget and Market Participants’ by the Director of HSE’s Centre of Development Institute Natalia Akindinova

23 Academics from HSE Appointed to the Government Expert Council

The new makeup of the Expert Council to the Russian government has been confirmed. It includes 366 members, 23 of whom are HSE staff.

Russian food embargo to hit business and society

In the coming months, Russia’s embargo on food from western countries could result in decreased consumption for the low-income groups of society and a drop in the quality of the consumer basket for mid- and high-income groups, experts from HSE’s Centre of Development said in the latest issue of Comments on State and Business

Countries with Transitional Economies are Abandoning Political Reform

On December 12, 2013, the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) presented its report ‘Stuck in Transition?’ at the HSE. The report focuses on post-Soviet and post-socialist countries.

HSE Academic Supervisor, Professor Evgeniy Yasin, opened the XIV HSE April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.

The XIV HSE April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development started in Moscow on April 2, 2013. HSE Academic Supervisor Evgeniy Yasin addressed the first plenary session on the Global Economic Crisis and the Russian Economy.

The Capital’s Open Budget: Initiation and Prospects

A round table was held on 1 June at the Higher School of Economics, devoted to Moscow’s Open Budget. Officials, experts and representatives of public organisations all gathered to discuss problems of information openness.
Opening the round table, director of the HSE’s Institute for Public and Municipal Management Andrey KLIMENKO remarked that, in economic terms, the budget performs a critical information function and market agents can and should make rational decisions, relying on budget data. If they do not have enough of this information, they will find it hard to determine their policy and the way they should conduct themselves on the market, especially when making long-term or medium-term plans. In this respect, an open budget is important because it reflects the key parameters and the key preferences of the authorities and business may ‘tune its conduct in line with the expenditure outlines that the government specifies for itself.’