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How Undergraduates Make Decisions on Their Future?

Sometimes it is a professor who teaches them. Maria Azanova, junior at the Joint HSE-NES Program in Economics speaks on why she chose to apply to  PhD programs in cognitive neuroscience and psychology

Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Don't?

Anastasiia Bochkovskaia, Bachelor’s programme "HSE/NES Programme in Economics"2016 alumna investigates if it is the word order that really matters

Volunteering Is A Magic Pill In The Labor Market... Or Is It?

Many teenagers today are involved in unpaid activities. Why do they do this?
Anna Malova, Bachelor program Economics' 2016 alumna is looking for an answer.

Gun Free Zones - A Life Saver Or A Trap?

Irina Vakatova, Bachelor’s programme "HSE/NES Programme in Economics" 2016 alumna implies game theory to the problem in order to see what should be a scientifically justified  answer from the legislators and society to the crisis of school shooting in the USA

Why Students Cheat?


If one asks Google this exact question she will get about 22,000,000 results in 0.50 seconds. As our alumna Anastasiia Faikina (Bachelor’s programme 'Economics'2016) discovered, yet there is no theoretical model that would explain the phenomenon. So she decided to take charge

The Theory of Networks

The Victor Rothschild Memorial Symposium
27th Jerusalem School in Economic Theory

This year the HSE Moscow Faculty of Economic Sciences will be represented by a master student from the research program in economics and three undergraduate students.

“Wish the Joint NES-HSE Program in Economics continue producing excellent students like him”

The Faculty of Economic Sciences is proud to congratulate Nikita Melnikov (a soon to be graduate of Joint HSE - NES Program in Economics) whose article, co-authored with Prof. Sergei Guriev (Sciences Po, Paris)  is published at American Economic Review:  Guriev, Sergei and Nikita Melnikov. 2016. "War, Inflation, and Social Capital." American Economic Review,106(5): 230-35.

HSE Student Gets into a PhD Programme at Stanford

Each year, scores of HSE students from varying disciplines set off for PhD programmes at some of the best universities in the world. Nadezhda Kotova, who is currently in her final year of the HSE-NES joint programme in economics, tells us how she got into the Stanford Graduate School of Business. 

Summer Program "Politics of Nature", Lapland

Man, Nature and the Limits of Modernity
Application deadline 30 April, 2016

HSE Team to Take Part in the CFA Institute Research Challenge in Chicago

The Russian final competition in the CFA Institute Research Challenge 2016 has come to a close in Moscow – identifying the two Russian winners. One was the HSE team – the second year running that the HSE has won the Russian stage of the contest.