Thirty students from twelve countries participated in the summer school. The event not only gave participants new information that they could put into practice, but also created an atmosphere of understanding, respect and tolerance among the representatives of different nationalities, cultures and traditions.
Visiting professors from universities in the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, the USA and Germany delivered lectures on topics relevant for students in economics, software engineering and law. Participants learned about the value of a company, intangible assets, self-management and improvement of company efficiency, as well as the reasons for economic collapse and currency depreciation.
Daria shared her impressions of the school: ‘I really liked the school. We had to work hard, but we still had enough free time. I would like to thank HSE administration and the International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economyfor providing me with the grant that allowed me to take part in the event.’