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This year our faculty is situated in several buildings:

Moscow 119017 Russia

17/1 Malaya Ordynka Str.

Tel: +7 (495) 771-32-52

E-mail: weia@hse.ru

Administration

Dean — Sergey Karaganov

 

Deputy Dean (Academic Progress in Undergraduate and Master's Programmes) — Igor Kovalev

 

Deputy Dean (Finance and Administration) — Denis Medvedev

 

Deputy Dean (Teaching and Learning and Postgraduate Programmes) — Andrey Suzdaltsev

 

Deputy Dean for Admissions and Alumni Relations — Ekaterina Entina

 

Book
The World of 2035. Global Outlook

Kanaev E. A., Дынкин А., Афонцев С. et al.

M.: VES MIR, 2018.

Article
Is free pre-primary education associated with increased primary school completion? A global study

Earle A., Milovantseva N., Heymann J.

International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy. 2018. Vol. 12. No. 13. P. 1-19.

Book chapter
A new world order: A view from Russia

Karaganov S. A., Suslov D.

In bk.: Multipolarity: The promise of disharmony. Campus Verlag, 2018. Ch. 5. P. 59-82.

Lecture of Professor Glenn Diesen on the topic “Great Power Competition in the Fourth Industrial Revolution”

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The Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs invites you on November 13 at 18:00 to participate in the lecture with Professor Glenn Diesen. Glenn Diesen is a Professor at the Higher School of Economics and Adjunct Research Fellow at Western Sydney University. The special quest will make a report on topic “Great Power Competition in the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.

How will the socio-economic and military disruptions of the fourth industrial revolution impact great power cooperation and competition? Accelerating advancements within automation, robotics, artificial intelligence, neurotechnology and biotechnology will have revolutionary influence over all aspects of human life. While some experts predict that humanity will find a common purpose and unite as a global civilisation, others predict human extinction as neither the domestic nor international system are prepared for the new technologies. The exponential rate of changes is presenting both challenges and opportunities for great powers in terms of social cohesion and mobilising economic and military resources in the competition for power and security. How are manufacturing and global value-chains affected? Can capitalism function as the balance between capital and labour unravels? Will the immense societal disruptions eviscerate political stability? How do the new technologies alter the offence/defence balance in warfare? What will be the role of the state during this great transformation? A technological security dilemma becomes evident as a cautious and responsible approach towards adopting new technologies is not possible as history demonstrates that falling behind on industrial revolutions severely disrupts the balance of power.

Live broadcast will be organized for those who will not have the opportunity to visit the lecture.

The working language is English.

The event will be held on 17 Malaya Ordinka St. (Moscow), 1st floor, room 106 (conference room).

Please complete the electronic registration form to confirm your participation.

We kindly ask you to note that guests, who are not HSE students or employees, should take their passports with them to enter the building.