Students of the educational programme in Economics at HSE Perm took the first place in the finals of the 4th international competition in solving business cases Unilever Future Leaders’ League.
Anastasia Zamorina, fourth-year Economics student presented her report at the Warsaw Regional Forum 2015 ‘Territorial Uncertainty and Vulnerability as a Challenge for Urban and Regional Policy’.
During a joint seminar of the GAMES research group and research and training group “Empirical demand estimation”, Evgeniy Ozhegov, lecturer of HSE-Perm's School of Economics and Finance, presented a study focused on sellers’ behaviour on the secondary real estate market. The project is at the final stage: the author needed a feedback from colleagues before the publication of an article.
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.
HSE Perm students attended a spring school on communications in Moscow, organised by the School of Integrated Communications and School of Media.
Students on the MA Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management course at HSE’s Moscow campus, who graduated from the Management Faculty at HSE Perm have been praised by international experts for their contribution to major international conferences.
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”
Immo Rebitschek, postgraduate student of the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, gave a lecture on the system of education in Europe and delivered a masterclass on historical research at the HSE-Perm.