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Regular version of the site
Publications
Book
Toward the Great Ocean 4: Turn to the East. Preliminary results and new objectives

Bordachev T. V., Skriba A., Karaganov S. A. et al.

M.: 2016.

Article
Conditions for innovation development. The view from Siberia

Krukov V. A., Литвинцева Г. П., Хайруллина М. В.

Problems of Economic Transition. 2016. Vol. 58. No. 7-9. P. 598-603.

Book chapter
Russia’s Oil Dilemmas. Production: To Go North-East or to Go Deep? Exports: Is a Compromise Between Westward and Eastward Directions Possible?

Krukov V. A.

In bk.: European Energy and Climate Security. Vol. 31: Lecture Notes in Energy. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2016. P. 81-109.

Working paper
International Gas Projects of Russia in the Context of Changing Economic Environment and Paradigm

Karpova N. S.

International Relations. WP BRP 10/IR/2014. НИУ ВШЭ, 2015. No. 25.

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School staff combine academic research work with teaching, collaboration with state institutes and businesses, which means they are in a position to give students a comprehensive introduction to the fundamental issues and to engage their interest in the intersection between academia and the real world.


16th Eurasia Business and Economics Society Conference

On May 27-29 the 16th Eurasia Business and Economics Society Conference took place inIstanbul, Turkey.