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 leaded by prof. Hubert Kempf, ENS Paris-Saclay. We are open to international collaboration and welcome students with experience in macroeconomic research for assistantship.
HSE International Summer University in Moscow and Russian language intensive course are accepting applications. Faculty of Economic Sciences offers both academically challenging and interesting courses delivered by prominent faculty members.
Congratulations to Hubert Kempf, Academic Supervisor of International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis, on the publication of his book "Économie des unions monétaires"
On September 2, HSE’s newest and largest library will open its doors. Read on to learn about the concept behind its design, its collections, and its opening hours.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev reappointed HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov for a new five-year term.
The President of the Russian Federation welcomes participants and guests to the XX April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.
On March 20, at the HSE Staff and Student Conference, HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov presented the key points of the new Development Programme for the period extending to 2030. The points he suggested have prompted a series of discussions in the university corporate environment aimed at choosing the best avenues and tools for development.
At the HSE Staff and Student Conference on March 20, Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov presented a report on how the ‘HSE Development Programme for 2009–2015 and up to 2020’ has progressed since 2014.
Open lectures by professor of banking and finance from University of Torino, Cristina Rovera, were held at Shabolovka
During the seminar V. Semerikov presented the most widely discussed and original causes of why interest rates in major developed economies remain extremely low for so long period of time. It was underlined that in modern literature there is no unified consensus about possible causes of that phenomenon.