HSE Perm has hosted the third International Conference on Applied Research in Economics, or iCARE, which saw the participation of scholars from 12 countries representing 21 different organizations ranging from universities and research centres to central banks and consulting firms. Opening iCARE were the head of the conference’s programme committee Dr Dmitri Vinogradov (University of Essex) and HSE Perm Deputy Director Dmitriy Potapov.
The Higher School of Economics-Perm holds the third International Conference on Applied Research in Economics (iCare) on September 21-23.
Anna Zarkada, PhD, Professor at the Athens University of Economics and Business is delivering a series of lectures on international marketing for third-year students in Management at HSE Perm.
Angel Barajas, Academic Superisor of the International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy, Professor at the University of Vigo, and research fellows of the laboratory Dennis Coates, Professor at the University of Maryland, Marina Zavertiaeva and Petr Parshakov took part in the 7th European Sport Economics Association Conference on Sport Economics that was held on August 27-28 in Zurich.
Third year HSE Perm management student Anastasia Kulbeda and her partner Dmitry Pleshkov won the gold medal at the World Dance Sport Competition against 16 other couples from Germany, Italy, France and other countries.
Daria Skidnova, Research Assistant at the International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy, and fourth-year student in economics took part in an international summer school organized by the University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven.
Research and study activities continue at HSE Perm even during vacations. A Summer School in Classical Studies, ‘Political Regimes of the Antiquity 3: Political Evolution and Socio-economic Development’ started today at the Perm campus. Researchers from Ekaterinburg, Tobolsk, Moscow, and Durham are all taking part in the event.
Academics from all over the world will meet on August 25th - 27th at the HSE campus in Perm for an international research seminar The Humanities in Russia and the Break of 1917: the Existential Dimension.30 researchers from Belarus, Bulgaria, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, the USA, Uzbekistan and Ukraine will be taking part.