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On April 7th Professor Klaus F. Zimmermann delivered an honorary report on ‘Labor Mobility and the Integration of European Labor Markets:EU Labor Markets after Post-Enlargement Migration’. The event took place as part of the HSE 11th International Conference on the Problems of Economic and Social Development.
On April 7th Professor Joseph Fan delivered an honorary report on ‘Institutions and Organizational Structure:the Case of State-Owned Corporate Pyramids’at the HSE. The event took place as part of the 11th International Conference on the Problems of Economic and Social Development. You can watch a video of the event here.
On April 5th Luigi Luiso gave a special lecture on ‘The Right Amount of Trust’ at the Higher School of Economics. The event was organized as an additional event for the 11th International Conference on the Problems of Economic and Social Development. Video of the event added.
On February 1st a research seminar of the HSE International College of Economics and Finance took place. Shlomo Weber, Southern Methodist University, USA, presented his report on ‘Games of Social Interactions with Local and Global Externalities’ at the seminar. You can watch a video of the event here.
On December 11th, 2009, the latest in our regular series of video conferences took place at the HSE Department of General Sociology as part of the Master’s programme in ‘Sociology of the Public Sphere and Social Communications’. George Ritzer, a prominent sociologist, was the speaker. You can watch a video of the event here .
Is a modern university able to face the challenges of a changing society? What do governments, sponsors and students expect from the higher school? Can an ‘amateur’manage a university? Giliberto Capano, professor of Bologna University, gave a lecture on these and other topics at the HSE on November 5th .
On June 3rd Jayantha Dhanapala, the President of the international Pugwash Movement, gave a lecture at the HSE. His speech was dedicated to the prospects of concluding new agreements on nuclear weapons, but he also commented on the main problems of international security today.
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.