October 12-16, 2020, Moscow
Programme of the conference is focused on the analysis and discussion of research and activity in computer simulations and data analysis, which generally meets on the boundary of scientific branches, i.e., which are multidisciplinary research.
The Conference will focus on conceptual and methodological approaches, as well as on the discussion of empirical research to understand the complexity of international migration and integration processes.
October 19–20, Moscow
The first objective of the conference is to contribute to the understanding of Korean-Russian relations in regional and global contexts. The second objective is to encourage wide-ranging discussion of external and internal factors in Korea and Russia’s foreign policies and their responses to regional and global economic challenges and opportunities.
the Laboratory of Stochastic Analysis and its Applications runs the international workshop "LSA Autumn Meeting 2020". The meeting will gather such leading experts in the field of stochastic analysis as: Averboukh Yurii (Ural Federal University; HSE); Bendikov Alexander (University Of Wroclaw, Poland); Borzykh Dmitriy (HSE); Davydov Youri (The University of Lille; St. Petersburg State University); Frikha Noufel (Université Paris Diderot, France); Grabchak Michael (UNC Charlotte, USA) and many others.
MACSPro'2020 conference is intended to bring together people working on theory and practice of analysis of complex systems in different domains and industries with the goal to encourage technology transfer from cutting edge research to business critical systems.
Speakers: Toni Whited (University of Michigan), Elena Loutskina (University of Virginia), Itay Goldstein (The Wharton School), José-Luis Peydró (Imperial College London), Kathy Yuan (LSE), Haoxiang Zhu (MIT Sloan School of Management), etc.
’Design: Vertical and Horizontal Growth’ conference aims to encouraging researchers to express their opinions on the role of design as a humanizing practice in the context of multidirectional development complicated by the COVID pandemic.
The special topic of RHEC 2020 is "Higher education in a pandemic: new challenges and modern solutions."
November 2, 2020
List of topics:
- Social identity
- Intercultural relations
- Acculturation and multiculturalism
- Social capital and acculturation
November 5-7, 2020, St. Petersburg
It is an annual international forum for social scientists to discuss such topics as social and political cleavages in modern societies, co-existence of different social groups in countries, cities and organizations, modern forms of inequality and ways to combat it, human and minority rights, ways of ethnic, religious and territorial conflicts resolution.
The Conference aims to discuss the main trends shaping the world development amid the deglobalization and regionalization of the world economy and politics.
October 2, 2020
The obvious circumstances beyond our control that determined the new format of the Poletaev Readings 9¾ are the best reason to turn to the actual present. The innovations and changes that have already occurred in the humanities and social theory in the new millennium will be the subject of our discussion.
September 22-26, 2020, Nizhny Novgorod
The Joint Meeting will focus on theoretical and applied questions of application of modern econometric methods.
September 21-23, 2020, Perm
The conference focuses on research that has applications to and implications for real-life problems. Hence the conference acronym reflects its motto — iCare = I care.
September 16-18, 2020, St. Petersburg
This seminar will bring together international scholars with a strong interest in mortality at global, regional, national, and sub-national levels and experts interested in population-level mortality data and related quality and methodological issues.
September 12, 2020
July 22 – 26, 2020, Moscow
The conference will bring together researchers in the quickly rising field of experimental and behavioural economics who will share their results in behavioural economic theory, laboratory and field experiments, economics and psychology, neuroeconomics and their applications.
July 17, 2020
Protectionist and arbitrary actions by leading powers are threatening and undermining the regulation of multilateral, regional and bilateral trade. The dramatic growth of protectionist measures has resulted in a global trade crisis. We are witnessing instances of trade wars between developed and emerging economies. On topple it all, the world is now facing the unprecedented pandemic of COVID-19. It has strained and overstretched the health systems worldwide, including in the most advanced economies of the world. This online conference is aimed at addressing these challenges and developments by focusing on the 3R Initiative: Rethinking, Repackaging and Rescuing International Trade Law.
Postponed until autumn
June 4 – 5, 2020, St. Petersburg
Researchers interested in the following fields are encouraged to apply:
- Industrial organization
- Spatial economics
- Imperfect competition
- International trade
- Urban economics
- New economic geography
July 1 – 3, 2020, St. Petersburg
HSE University, New Economic School, and University of Reading are organizing a conference on the economics and finance of football. It is aimed to highlight high quality research of the football industry as well as to facilitate the cooperation between academics and practitioners.
June 18 – 19, 2020
On June 13 Alexey Zykin (1984-2017) would have turned 36. Every year his colleagues are celebrating his birthday by organizing a memorial miniconference.
June 9 – 11, 2020, Moscow
Some of the conference topics are:
- Collective actions and public goods
- Comparative studies of governance
- Social capital, trust, and cultural norms
- Human capital and economic development
- Political elites and economic performance
- History and persistence of economic growth
The Conference features a diverse agenda concerning social and economic development in Russia. The Conference programme will include presentations by Russian and international academics, roundtables and plenary sessions with participation of members of the Government of the Russian Federation, government officials, business representatives, and leading Russian and foreign experts.
June 4 – 5, 2020, Moscow
The organisers invite papers in formal epistemology, formal ontology, formal ethics, philosophy of logic, an epistemology of logic and other branches of formal and mathematical philosophy.
June 2 – 3, 2020, Moscow
Th eorganisers invite papers that discuss the everyday functioning of the Soviet system on the central and local levels under the extreme pressure of the war. Additionally, the conference hopes to attract papers that discuss the Soviet population’s survival strategies, both on the occupied territories, on the home front, and in the liberated areas.
May 19, 2020, Moscow
Main topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
concept lattices and related structures
attribute implications and data dependencies
redundancy and dimensionality reduction
association rules and other data dependencies
May 12 – 15, 2020, Moscow
- Theory and methodology of applied statistics and econometrics
- Application of Statistics and Econometrics in: economics, political and social sciences; demography and population statistics; management
- Statistical and Actuarial Methods in Insurance
- Dynamic Models and Stochastic Processes
Third International ConferenceMultilingual Urban Space: policy, identity, education'
April 10 – 12, Moscow
The primary goal of the conference is to examine the factors that contribute to the linguistic diversity and the theoretical developments in the dynamics of language/culture contact taking place within and between different ethnic groups in the city-space.
April 9 – 11, Moscow
Main topics of the conference:
- Transmedia literacy: a new socio-technological lifestyle
- Media ecology and “critical autonomy”: the thinking of “a person of communication” and “limitations of information availability”
- Transmedia production of media content in the digital space: new ethics and aesthetics
- Digital ethics and media law. Freedom and responsibility in a digital environment
- New digital forms of culture and the impact of digital cultural practices on everyday life
- Immersiveness, AR, VR and MR: applications, formats and limitations
- Digital environment and new practices of political participation
April 6, Moscow
Workshop topics include but are not limited to:
- human values and cultural change
- gender (in)equality and gender attitudes
- subjective well-being and happiness
- trust, social capital and corruption
- tolerance, nationalism and migration
- political regimes and institutions
- populism and conservatism in Europe and Russia
- value polarization in Europe and Russia
- religion and secularization
- cross-cultural data collection and analysis
April 6, Moscow
- Culture Dimensions
- Individual values and value transmission
- Identity Change and Development
- Multiculturalism and Acculturation
- Intercultural relations
- Social Capital and trust
- Economic attitudes, poverty, and economic disadvantage
February 17 – 19, 2020, Moscow