HSE Perm has hosted the second International Conference on Applied Research. The conference drew Russian and international experts. Participants discussed theoretical models of economic processes, public-private partnership, intellectual capital, market development etc.
On September 29 and 30, guest lecturer Dr Paola Valbonesi will give a series of talks at HSE Perm on Economic Approaches to Personnel Management.
I International Conference on Ancient History: “Deformations and Crises of Ancient Civil Communities”, September 2–4, 2014
The Higher School of Economics − Perm and the Group for Historical Research will hold the first International Conference on Ancient History under the title “Deformations and Crises of Ancient Civil Communities”. The Conference will be held from 2nd to 4th September, 2014 at the Higher School of Economics, Perm, with antiquity scholars from Russia and the United Kingdom.
The Human Dimension of Time’, an international research and educational seminar, will take place on the HSE’s Perm campus from August 27-30, 2014. The seminar will feature Skype-based conferences, roundtable discussions, and readings with well-known philosophy, cultural and religious scholars from Switzerland, the Netherlands, France, Israel, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Russia.
One of the largest international academic conferences on marketing, Global Marketing, recently took place in Singapore. Irina Shafranskaya, Dean of the Faculty of Management at the HSE campus in Perm, and Dmitry Leontiev, a fourth-year student, presented a joint study that investigates the specifics of online and offline consumption of films. Irina Shafranskaya shared her impressions of the trip.
On June 4th, the Laboratory’s international leading research fellows attended the defense of HSE-Perm Bachelor’s theses. Also one of the Laboratory’s team members, Marina Oskolkova, presented her paper which focuses on portfolio forming decisions based on IC indicators.
The Research Team of the International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy Have Gathered at HSE Perm
A meeting of the entire team of the International Laboratory for Intangible-driven Economy (ID Lab) is taking place at HSE Perm. Professors have arrived from three foreign universities.
June 3rd saw a presentation given by Maria Molodchik, a senior research fellow of the ID Lab, on her joint paper with Professor Carlos Fernandez-Jardon Fernandez “Intangible-driven performance: SMEs versus large companies”
HSE Assistant Professor Sarah Busse Spencer held a research seminar for lecturers at HSE’s Perm campus.