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Economics of European Crises and Emerging Markets

IIMS Director Andrei Yakovlev contributed a chapter titled «Political Response to the Crisis: The Case of Russia» to a new book by Palgrave Macmillan «Economics of European Crises and Emerging Markets». The chapter was co-authored with Natalia Akindinova, Andrey Chernyavsky and Nikolay Kondrashov.

New Publication

An article by Ekaterina Borisova and Denis Ivanov, ICSID Research Fellows, titled "Social capital and support for the welfare state in Russia" was published online in “Post-Soviet Affairs” journal on July 9, 2017 (co-authored by Andrei Govorun).

Book Talk with Professor Timothy Frye

ICSID Academic supervisor and leading research fellow Timothy Frye introduced his new book “Property Rights and Property Wrongs: How Power, Institutions, and Norms Shape Economic Conflict in Russia”  in Marriott Grand Hotel (Moscow) on June 15, 2017. 

New publications

A special issue of Economic Systems journal came out in March, 2017, and included articles written by the IIMS researchers. 

New Publication

An article by Thomas Remington, ICSID Leading Research Fellow, titled "Business-government cooperation in VET: a Russian experiment with dual education" was published online in “Post-Soviet Affairs” on March 3, 2017.

New publication

The article «Was ist es, das Russland zu verteidigen versucht?» by Andrei Yakovlev, ICSID and IIMS Director was published in the journal Russland-Analysen.

New article

A new article written by the IIMS director Andrey Yakovlev and ICSID research fellow Anton Kazun was published in the Journal of Eurasian Studies.

What Are the Russian Elites Going to Build?

In the last number RUSSIAN ANALYTICAL DIGEST was published article «What Are the Russian Elites Going to Build?» (author A. Yakovlev). This paper reflects the results of a research project funded within the framework of the Basic Research Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE).