HSE Report 'Knowledge Intensive Business Services for Public Needs' presented at the University of Urbino
An international conference on 'Innovation in the Public Sector and the Development of e-services' was held on April 18 and 19 at the University of Urbino, Italy. Elena Shadrina, Associate Professor at the Department of Public Administration and Municipal Management at HSE in Perm, shared her impressions of the conference.
On March 27-29, 2013, the HSE–Perm hosted a visit by Professor Andreas Woudenberg of the Inholland University of Applied Sciences.
The course “E-Business” will be delivered in English, which will allow the HSE-Perm students to practice their foreign language skills in e-business. In this course, the students will become familiar with e-business strategies that students learn at the Hasselt University.
On February 1, 2013, the HSE-Perm and the retail food chain “SemYa” executed a cooperation agreement. The agreement provides for joint research in demand estimation.
As part of the Netherlands-Russia year, a year in which the Netherlands and Russia emphasize their long bilateral relations, the Inholland University of Applied Sciences (IUAS, the Netherlands) hosted a visit by Ms. Agatha Poroshina, a faculty member of the HSE-Perm Applied Mathematics Social Systems Modeling Department and Alexandra Ryakhovskaya, a 3rd year student of the International College of Economics and Finance (ICEF) .
Starting this year, HSE – Perm’s students and faculty have access to the Bloomberg Terminal, one of the largest databases in the world. Installation of the terminal became possible due to the Program for HSE Development through 2020.
At the end of HSE – Perm Module 3, a guest specialist William J. Wardly gave a series of master classes for graduate students (programs “Finance” and “Project Management: project analysis, investments, technologies of implementation”).
On December 18–19, 2012, HSE – Perm hosted master classes given by a L ecturer/ Trainer of Intercultural Management and Intercultural Knowledge transfer Dolores Sanchez Bengoa from the University of Applied Sciences (Leichtenstein & Vorarlberg, Austria).