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Jan 19, 17:00

Lecture 'New European and Western policy towards Russia?' by Hans-Joachim Spanger

Apr 11 – Apr 14
7th LCSR International Workshop

Submission deadline - January 15, 2017 

Jun 1 – Jun 2

International Conference 'Art versus Document: Photography in Modern Russian History'

Deadline for submitting proposals - December 20, 2016 

Searching political tools for financial issues

Recently the Russian President Dmitri Medvedev dismissed four local governors. Rostislav Turovsky, professor of the HSE Department of Public Policy comments on this governors reshuffle to the Moscow News. The expert said it was a factor in the background.

Counter deficit measures by Gavrilenkov

Yevgeny Gavrilenkov, the SU HSE Professor, speaks on Russian governmental policy options for the Moscow News.

Searching for relevant national currency rate

Some SU HSE Experts are reading the tea leaves to clear up once more urgent financial issues for the Moscow News.

Currency rate provision

Martin Gillman, the HSE Professor and the Head of the Centre for Advanced Studies comments on the Russian ruble prospects to the Moscow Times.

Marijuana case with stern face

On January 20, the case of the schoolboy from Alaska was studied carefully at the HSE Faculty of Law students’ case club. It seems that Frederick’s freedom of speech had been violated. Without that important social topic the case might have been treated as insignificant.

United by goals and ambitions

Interview with Professor Egie Axer, Head of the Warsaw University Institute for Interdisciplinary Research “Artes Liberales”, one of the international partners of the HSE Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities (ITHSH).

Russian Policy Burning Issue

Evgeniy Gavrilenkov, the SU HSE Professor comments to the Moscow Times on the latest economic events.

Financial Armageddon II Can Be Avoided

Martin Gillman the SU HSE Professor and the HSE Center for Advanced Studies Head comments to The Moscow Times on the financial crisis and the Russian economic situation.

Howard Davis lecture "Credit Crunch and Its Consequences"

On November 17 Howard Davis, the LSE director, presented a lecture "Credit Crunch and Its Consequences" at the SU—HSE. Mr. Davis depicted the global financial crush as a drama consisting of five parts: subprime, liquidity, unravelling,meltdown and pumping. At the end of his lecture Mr. Davis offered several ways to overcome the crisis.

Martin Gilman: Don't Expect Miracles From the G20 Summit

Martin Gilman, a former senior representative of the International Monetary Fund in Russia, is a professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow speaks for The Moscow Times.