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On 26 December, NRU HSE hosted the defence of a dissertation for the award of an HSE PhD in Public and Municipal Governance. The first PhD in this new specialist field was awarded to Alexander Larionov, Junior Research Associate at the HSE Institute for Public Administration and Governance.
Over the last three years, Associate Professor Daniil Tsygankov from the HSE Institute of Public Administration and Governance has been studying how the Netherlands, Germany and Russia all introduce the standard cost model, a promising tool for assessing the impact of state regulation on business. Today he will be sharing his experience, gained from conferences, placements, field and practical work in this area.
On October 15-16, an international conference ‘Public Service Innovation and the Delivery of Effective Public Services’ was held in Budapest. The event was organized by the National University of Public Service (Hungary) and the University of Edinburgh (Great Britain). S. Osborne and R. Carmen, two scholars renowned for their innovations in public administration, also took part in the event.
From August 17 – 21, 2015, a regional conference of the International Geographic Union entitled ‘Geography, Culture and Society for Our Future Earth’, took place in Moscow. Ekaterina Mikhailova, doctoral student at the Department of Spatial Development and Regional Studies, and participant in the conference, shared some of the most interesting ideas she managed to discuss during the event.
Jesse Campbell, Assistant Professor at the Department of Public and Local Service, speaks about his research interests: from philosophy to public administration. Jesse Campbell grew up in Northern Ontario in Canada. After graduating with a Master's degree in Philosophy, he moved to South Korea to explore a new culture, a path that ultimately culminated in a PhD in Public Administration from Seoul National University. He joined the Department of Public and Local Service at the HSE in the fall of 2014.
From June 7−12, 2015, the International Summer School on Sustainable Development of Urban Agglomerations took place as part of HSE’s cooperation with the Institute of International Education (Fulbright Programme). The summer school was organized by the HSE School of Public Administration together with the Fulbright Programme in Russia. This summer school was a continuation in a series of joint summer schools held with the Fulbright Programme (2012 and 2013) devoted to various aspects of theory and practice in sustainable development.
On April 16-19, O. B. Khoreva, who is an Associate Professor and the Deputy Head of the School of Public Administration’s Department for Spatial Development and Regional Studies, along with V. I. Smorchkova, a Professor at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and the head of the programme for preparing management personnel for the North and Arctic, took a trip to the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District as part of our Macarthur Foundation Grant ‘Governance, Community and Ecology: Responding to Challenges of Resource Development in the Circumpolar North.’
From December 7 to 11, 2014, an international conference called ‘Borders in the Interface: bordering Europe, Africa and Middle East’, took place in Israel. Organized by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beer-Sheva together with the EU’s 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development, the event brought researchers from Europe, Asia, Africa, and America to present research on border cooperation and policies.
From November 19 to 22, 2015, Gulnara Minnigaleeva, Associate Professor in the Department of Economics and Management in Non-governmental Non-profit Organizations and Research Fellow at the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Studies in Non-Commercial Sector, participated in events held by two important organizations related to the non-profit sector and civil society in North America.
Representatives of public administration faculties and departments from some of the world’s leading universities recently met in Madrid, and representatives from the HSE took part in the event. The participants discussed the coordination of research and development of educational programmes in social policy management.
Ekaterina Mikhailova, postgraduate student at the Department for Spatial Development and Regional Studies in the School of Public Administration at HSE’s Social Sciences Faculty, received a scholarship from the EU international academic mobility project Triple I (Integration, Interaction, and Institutions).