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Evgeny Sedashov

  • Evgeny Sedashov has been at HSE University since 2019.

Education and Degrees

  • 2019

    State University of New York at Binghamton

  • 2016

    Master's in Political Science
    State University of New York at Binghamton

Awards and Accomplishments

Best Teacher – 2023, 2022

Courses (2023/2024)

Courses (2022/2023)

Courses (2021/2022)

Courses (2020/2021)

Courses (2019/2020)



APSA Annual Conference

“Strategic Nature of Rebel Group Ideology.” [with Seden Akci-naroglu, Jeremy Berkowitz, Carlos Moreno, Hande Ogutcu, and Efe Tokdemir] 2019


“Political Determinants of Economic Backwardness: An EmpiricalInvestigation.” [with Dina Rosenberg] 2019


“Globalization and Industry-Specific Corruption: Theory and Evi-dence from Industry-Level Data.” [with Dina Rosenberg and Andrei Zhirnov] 2016

MPSA Annual Conference

“Political Consequences of the Distributional Conflict of the Market Reforms on Democratic Transition in Russia.” [with Mikhail Filippov]  2019

“Taking Distributions Seriously: Interpreting the Effects of Constitutive Variables in Nonlinear Models with Interactions.” [with Mert Moral and Andrei Zhirnov]  2019

“Corruption and Democratization: Theory and Evidence from Panel Data.”  2018

“Institutional Constraints on Coalition Formation.”  [with Mert Moral and Andrei Zhirnov]  2018

“Firms' Exit Costs and Corruption: Theory and Evidence from Firm-Level Data.”  2017

“The Missing Link: Explaining the Conditions under which Anti-Immigration Attitudes Translate into Policy.” [with Alena Gericke]  2017

“Elites' Political Security and Property Rights Provision.” [with Marc Davignon]  2016

“Corruption, Globalization and Allocation of Talent: Theory and Evidence from Cross-sectional Data.” 2016

“Investors’ Trust in Peace Durability: Why Some Post-civil War States Attract More Foreign Direct Investment Than Others.” [with Eliya Cornblit] 2015

ISA Annual Convention

“Don’t Take it For Granted: Strategic Nature of Rebel Group Ideology.” [with Seden Akcinaroglu, Jeremy Berkowitz, Carlos Enrique Moreno Leon, Sema Hande Ogutcu-Fu, and Efe Tokdemir]

Annual Meeting of the Society for Political Methodology

“Moving from German National Politics to State Parliaments via a Supervised Learning Algorithm.” [with Alena Gericke and Christian Rothenbach] (poster session) 2018

“Institutional Constraints on Coalition Formation.” [with Mert Moral and Andrei Zhirnov] (poster session) 2018

“On the Substantive and Statistical Significance of the Constitutive Variables in Non-Linear Models with Interaction Terms.” [with Mert Moral and Andrei Zhirnov] (poster session) 2016

Higher School of Economics April International Academic Conference

“The Quality of Governance and Economic Competition: Theory and Evidence from Firm-Level Data.”  2018

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Why Social Science Students Should Learn Mathematics

A number of educational programmes at HSE University combine subject training with the in-depth study of computer science and complex digital tools and services. One such undergraduate programme is Computational Social Sciences (CSS), which first-year students enrolled in Psychology, Public Administration, Political Science, or Sociology can switch to. In this interview, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences Daria Prisyazhniuk and the programme’s Academic Supervisor Evgeny Sedashov explain the programme’s content and how to enrol.

Studying Political Corruption

Evgeny Sedashov joined the School of Politics and Governance (Faculty of Social Science) in September 2019, and he told The HSE Look about his work on corruption and on quantitative methods in Political Science.