Chinese New Year at HSE University, panel discussions and seminars, and streetball for HSE students and graduates
The Academic Writing Center is inviting you to a panel discussion about the hurdles of a reviewing process. You’ll have a chance to look at the review through the eyes of both the reviewer and the author. First, panellists will share their experiences and tips on how to handle the process. Then, you will have an opportunity to ask questions. Don’t miss it. Register and write your question.
Start time: 6 pm
International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis invites everyone to join our research seminar on the 27th of January 2022 (Thursday) at 04:00 PM (Moscow).
I assess the usefulness of the global output gap in forecasting CPI inflation in Russia through pairwise comparison of domestic and global Hybrid New Keynesian Phillips curve specifications in terms of their Root Mean Square Error and absolute error at each date of out-of-sample forecasts. I estimate a huge number of models formed by all possible combinations of predictors, thereby ensuring the results are robust to the choice of specification. Moreover, I consider various proxies for the global output gap and domestic slack including those from other authors, statistical agencies and those of my own. Additionally, I single out the contribution of each predictor to a model’s forecast accuracy both on the whole period and at each date of out-of-sample forecasts. I find that the models with the global gap perform worse than those without for each measure considered when compared in terms of RMSE. However, in the cross-sections of models’ absolute errors at different dates of out-of-sample forecasts, there are periods when global models outperform the domestic ones. Yet both types of output gaps, domestic and global, worsen forecast accuracy. Instead, such predictors as inflation expectations, real effective exchange rate gap, and capacity utilisation improve it, even in the times of crises, when the errors of all models increase dramatically.
The HSE Bulgarian Club together with the HSE Middle East Club and under the aegis of the International Laboratory on World Order Studies and the New Regionalism will hold a seminar in the format of a discussion on the topic “EU and the Arab World: Anxious Neighbors or Natural Partners?” The seminar's guest will be journalist and international expert Ruslan Trad.
Start time: 6 pm
The HSE University Association of Chinese Students and the International Admissions Office invite everyone to an event dedicated to Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year (or Spring Festival) is celebrated every year according to the lunar calendar. This year, the New Year will start on February 1, 2022. The celebrations will last until the day of the Lantern Festival, February 15.
Ivan Prostakov, HSE University Vice Rector for International Affairs, will deliver a New Year speech at the event. Students will give presentations on the New Year celebrations in their countries, and the event will also feature a master class from Chinese students on painting Beijing Opera Masks.
Venue: HSE University, 11 Pokrovsky Boulevard, room F301
Time: 3 pm – 5pm
Event format: offline and online.
Entry is free.
Due to COVID restrictions, only the first 40 registered participants will be able to attend this event in person. Those who are unable to attend offline will receive a link at the email address provided during registration to watch event online. All participants who register for the event (offline and online) can show their registration confirmation email after the event to receive a small gift in honor of Chinese New Year! Instructions on how to receive the gift after registering for the event will be sent to your email.
A new year means new events. The creators of the HSE 3x3 streetball league are holding the third round of streetball for HSE students and graduates.
The strongest hse teams will compete for prizes, and fans will have a chance to compete for prizes.
If you're a fan, you'll have a chance not only to watch an interesting game, but also to win a prize! Plus there will be free bars and redbulls on site. Don't miss this event and join us. Start 2022 with sports!
Start time: 7 pm
Venue: Volgogradsky Prospekt, 35 Talalikhina Stree