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Stability of Densities for Perturbed Diffusions and Markov Chains

Konakov V., Kozhina A., Menozzi S.

ESAIM: Probability and Statistics. 2017. Vol. 21. P. 88-112.

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The Minkowski central partition as a pointer to a suitable distance exponent and consensus partitioning

Mirkin B. G., Amorim R., Makarenkov V. et al.

Pattern Recognition. 2017. Vol. 67. P. 62-72.

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Criteria importance theory for multicriterial decision making problems with a hierarchical structure

Podinovskaya O. V., Vladislav V. Podinovski.

European Journal of Operational Research. 2017. Vol. 258. P. 983-992.

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Habit formation in consumption: A meta-analysis

Havranek T., Rusnak M., Sokolova A.

European Economic Review. 2017. Vol. 95. No. June. P. 142-167.

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2D:4D and lifetime educational outcomes: Evidence from the Russian RLMS survey

John V.C. Nye, Maksym Bryukhanov, Sergiy Polyachenko.

Personality and Individual Differences. 2017. Vol. 112, 1 July 2017. P. 62-66.

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Tight Money and the Sustainability of Public Debt

Pekarski S. E.

International Journal of Central Banking. 2017. Vol. 13. No. 1. P. 191-223.

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Does biological endowment matter for demand for financial services? Evidence from 2D:4D ratio in the Russian household survey

Semenova M., Andrievskaya I.

Personality and Individual Differences. 2017. Vol. 104. P. 155-165.

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Agency Problem and Ownership Structure: Outside Blockholder As a Signal
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Stepanov S., Suvorov A.

Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 2017. No. 133. P. 87-107.

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The effects of prenatal testosterone on wages: Evidence from Russia

Nye J. V., Bruhanov M., Kochergina E. V. et al.

Economics and Human Biology. 2017. Vol. 24. P. 43-60.

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Values and Corruption: Do Postmaterialists Justify Bribery?

Kravtsova M., Oshchepkov A. Y., Welzel C.

Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 2017. Vol. 48. No. 2. P. 225-242.

Research&Expertise – News

Testing Conflict Theory with Data Delivers New Insights

Austin L. Wright from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago flew to Moscow from Chicago to discuss  ‘Civilian Abuse and Wartime Informing’ at the Political Economics workshop that was held at HSE on July, 20, 2017.

‘People Who Are Good with Numbers Need to Develop Emotional Intelligence’

How can financial managers help design products and services? What bearing may a CEO’s death have on investment decisions? Why is our perception of time and place changing? Professor Jean-Malik Dumas from Tilburg University discusses these and other issues in an interview with HSE News Service. He has recently visited HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences under Erasmus Plus programme to teach an elective course in Finance for Master’s students of Strategic Corporate Finance programme.

XVIII April Conference to Discuss ‘Hidden Champions’, Building Social Networks, and the Economics of Sport

From April 11 to 14, HSE is holding its XVIII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. Conference Programme Committee members Fuad Alekserov and Andrei Yakovlev discuss the key themes and main reports that will be presented at the conference. This conference will draw around 2,000 people, including 200 international participants.

Belgian Scholar Addresses Topics of Climate Change, Sustainability and Renewable Energy

This week, the HSE Department of Theoretical Economics (Faculty of Economic Sciences) hosted Professor Johan Eyckmans of the Faculty of Economics and Business at KU Leuven (Belgium) for a series of lectures focusing on environmental economics. An expert in a number of areas concerning the economics of climate change, alternative energy and other related subjects, Professor Eyckmans spoke with the HSE news service while he was in Moscow about his research interests and his vision for the future.

HSE Acknowledged as Most Cited Russian University in 2016

Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property & Science business) has awarded the most influential Russian researchers and research centres.

Many Research Questions Remain about Intellectual Capital

This year the 12th Annual International Workshop on ‘Intangibles, Intellectual Capital and Extra-Financial Information’ was held in Russia for the first time. The workshop was organized by the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) in cooperation with HSE and the University of Ferrara.

Interest in Intellectual Capital and Intangibles Is Present in All Countries

The 12th Annual International Workshop ‘Intangibles, Intellectual Capital and Extra-Financial Information’ was held at HSE St Petersburg last week. This is an established event that many academics and practitioners in the area of intellectual capital and intangibles know about due to its high credibility. Most of the relevant people in this field have participated in the workshop throughout the years.

FES International Research Seminar

We are happy to announce that the Faculty of Economic Sciences is launching a new international seminar series starting from the 2016-2017 academic year. The series will host many established as well as young promising economists from various respectable universities worldwide.

'The Type of Inequality in a Country Is Unimportant; What's Important Is How People See it'

At the beginning of September, the American Political Science Associate (APSA) awards ceremony took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At the ceremony, two awards were given to the work Misperceiving Inequality* by Vladimir Gimpelson and Daniel Treisman for the best research project presented at the 2015 APSA congress. The comparative public policy section gave one award, while the comparative political research section gave out the other.

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