International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis (ILMA) unites research fellows with the broad research agenda in fiscal and monetary policy issues, political economy of economic growth, macroeconomic forecasting and meta-analysis, etc. The Lab is led by Prof. Hubert Kempf, ENS Paris-Saclay. We are open to international collaboration and welcome students with experience in macroeconomic research for assistantships.
The start of a new academic year is an excellent time to plan the next steps in your academic career. On September 1, HSE University announced the start of its annual Student Research Paper Competition (SRPC-2022). Participation is open to students of Russian and international universities and to 2022 graduates. Last year, a total of 2,196 papers were submitted to the SRPC, of which 435 were from external participants.
One assistant professor and 22 postdocs have joined the university
Hubert Kempf, Professor of Economics at the Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris - Saclay (France) and Academic Supervisor of HSE International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis (IMLA), will speak about the greening of monetary policy at ameeting of theDiscussion Club on Modern Economic Policy on November 25. In his interview, Professor Kempf spoke about the work of IMLA, the development of macroeconomics, and the role central banks can play in combatting climate change.
On November 17, an awards ceremony was held at the small hall of HSE Cultural Centre on Pokrovsky Boulevard
On October 15, the International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis at HSE university held the international workshop ‘Frontiers of Macroeconomical Research’ for the third time. This year, it brought together economic scientists from the UK, Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, and Canada.
International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis invites everyone to join our 3rd ILMA Workshop 2021: Frontiers of Macroeconomic Research “Economic policy after the crises: searching for a new paradigm” on the 15th of October 2021 (Friday) at 10:00 AM (Moscow)
During the pandemic, countries have endeavoured to protect their citizens without hurting their economies with excessive restrictions. At the seminar ‘Living with Covid-19: Optimal Lockdown Policies’, Hubert Kempf, academic supervisor of HSE University’s International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis, presented a mathematical model that can be used to calculate the optimal level of restrictions.
HSE University has ranked among the top 25 universities worldwide in the Times Higher Education Emerging Economies ranking and is one of Russia’ three best universities.
HSE University has expanded its presence in the top 50 of QS subject rankings, placing in two additional subject rankings. HSE is represented in 4 of the 5 broad subject areas ranked by QS, and it has significantly improved its performance from last year in almost half of the individual subjects rankings in which it is included.
Classes will be held in person beginning March 29