A new article by Michael Rochlitz, ICSID associate fellow and Nikolay Petrov, professor at HSE "Control Over the Security Services in Periods of Political Uncertainty: A Comparative Study of Russia and China" was published in Russian Politics
The Beriln Graduate School for Global and Transregional Studies (BGTS) is accepting applications for an English-language PhD programme starting from December 2. Deadline for submitting applications – January 31, 2020.
51st Annual Convention of Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies was held in November 23-26, 2019 in San Francisco, CA. ICSID staff members Andrei Yakovlev, Ekaterina Borisova, Israel Marques, Amanda Zadorian and Guzel Gariffulina as well as ICSID associate fellows Michael Rochlitz and Alexander Libman took part in the convention.
Noah Buckley-Farlee, research fellow at ICSID, has been working as an associate professor at Trinity College Dublin since August 1. We interviewed him about his impressions and further plans.
The joint workshop organized by ICSID and the University of Bremen on "Quality of Governance and the Legacy of Socialism" will be held for the first time from 25 to 26 October 2019
Andrei Yakovlev and Yulia Rodionova took part in the Analytics for Management and Economics Conference (AMEC 2019) that was held in St. Petersburg on September 27-28, 2019.
International Center for the Study of Institutions and Development moved from Shabolovka to 18 Myasnitskaya Street
This summer and autumn, many faculties and institutes of HSE are changing addresses. In September ICSID moved to the cluster of NRU HSE on Myasnitskaya Street. Now the center is located on 18 Myasnitskaya Street, in the former house of Mishin, one of the best examples of the Moscow Art Nouveau. The buildings on Shabolovka will now be used by the Faculty of Business and Management.
The article "Who Is Inclined to Hide the Truth: Evidence from Public Procurement" by Andrei Yakovlev, Yuliya Rodionova and Andrey Tkachenko was published online on the International Journal of Public Administration website.
The article “How Do Russia’s Regions Adjust to External Shocks? Evidence from the Republic of Tatarstan” by Andrei Yakovlev, Lev Freinkman, Sergey Makarov and Victor Pogodaev was published online on the Problems of Post-Communism website