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Regular version of the site
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.

Education Systems and Multilateral Development Banks: International Practices and Perspectives

Morozkina A., Sabelnikova E.

International Organisations Research Journal. 2017. Vol. 12. No. 1. P. 24-42.

Book chapter
Taxation of the Russian Oil Sector

Anashkin O. S.

In bk.: Encyclopedia of Mineral and Energy Policy. Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2017. P. 1-7.

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.

The School of World Economy brings together specialists who take an in-depth look at the processes underlying global economic life and key areas of the world economy. Global governance, economic growth, global finance and energy, resource and environmental problems, the economic specifics of particular regions and countries, as well as integration processes and international trade mechanisms are all issues that they look at.

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.

Regional mechanism of banking regulation in the Eurasian Economic Union: Perspectives

Eduard Dzhagityan, Associate Professor of the School of World Economy, published an article titled: ‘Regionalization of banking regulation as a driving force of the Eurasian financial stability mechanism’ (Journal of Money and Credit (Den’gi i Kredit), No.7, 2017).

School of World Economy Hosted Erasmus+ Lecture on Environmental Taxes and Ecological Tax Reform by Dr. Miguel Buñuel

Climate change mitigation requires a global revolution in the ways that energy is supplied and used, resulting in a new sustainable energy model. In his lecture, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid’s professor Miguel Buñuel provided an economic perspective on three key mitigation options.

16th Eurasia Business and Economics Society Conference

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