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School of Public Administration

Publications
Article
Global Burden of Hypertension and Systolic Blood Pressure of at Least 110 to 115 mm Hg, 1990-2015

Vlassov V.

JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association. 2017. Vol. 317. No. 2. P. 165-182.

Book chapter
Public Perceptions of and Trust in Associations and Volunteers

Mersiyanova I. V., Smith D. H., Layton M. et al.

In bk.: The Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. P. 261-267.

Working paper
The Health Workforce of the Russian Federation in the Context of the International Trends

Sheiman I., Gerry C.

Economics/EC. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2016

About the School

The faculty members of the School of Public Administration teach various courses on bachelor’s and master’s programmes that aim to prepare specialists for jobs in public administration establishments and governmental bodies, as well as public corporations and non-profit organisations.

Students graduate with extensive theoretical knowledge in areas such as public administration, governance, public management, and regulation. They also have an excellent understanding of the legislative framework surrounding public administration, and students are skilled at economic analysis and financial, programme, and project management. In addition, HSE graduates are capable of using qualitative and quantitative methods in the decision-making process.


Public Administration Discussion Meeting Series Continues with Lecture on Clientelism in Central and Eastern Europe

On December 5, HSE’s School of Public Administration held a lecture by Szabolcs Pasztor, Assistant Professor at the National University of Public Service (NUPS) (Budapest, Hungary), entitled ‘Clientelism in Central and Eastern Europe’. The lecture was the tenth event in the School’s Public Administration Discussion Meeting series, which aims to bring international scholars to HSE and increase global cooperation.

Professor Uwe Wagschal about Economy, Demography, Culture and Conflict

Professor Uwe Wagschal (University of Freiburg, Germany) visited HSE from 9 to 15 October and delivered three lectures on policy responses to the financial and economic crisis in the OECD countries, the diverse roads for reducing budget deficits in a number of the OECD countries, and the role of culture and demography in the emergence of political conflict.

Monthly Public Administration Discussion to Focus on a Stress Test for Public Finances

On October 10, the HSE School of Public Administration hosted its monthly discussion series. This month’s event is entitled ‘Stress Test for Public Finances – Policy-Responses to the Financial and Economic Crisis in the OECD’ and was led by Prof. Dr. Uwe Wagschal of the University of Freiburg (Germany). Professor Wagschal's talk focused on the consequences of massive monetary and fiscal stimulus for the public purse and will compare the fiscal packages in 28 OECD-countries aimed at combating an economic downturn following the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008.

International Symposium on Development and Governance in BRICS

On September 24-25, the International Symposium on Development and Governance in BRICS was held at Fudan University in Shanghai.  The event was organized with the support of the Chinese Society for Public Sector Reform.

New approaches to managing service quality

On 14 July HSE hosted a workshop devoted to technologies for enhancing customer service quality, organised by Sberbank of Russia and the Institute for Public Administration and Governance.

Practical Aspects of Cooperation with OECD

IPAG Director Andrey Klimenko spoke at the Russian Ministry of Economic Development training workshop called “Practical Aspects of Cooperation with OECD”. The objective of the workshop was to familiarise the heads of federal executive agencies and their divisions with the work of the OECD, OECD standards and recommendations in a number of spheres of public administration and regulation, and the tasks facing the Russian Federation as a state acceding to the OECD.

International Conference ‘State and Political Discourse in Russia’ Held in Venice

On June 17-18, Venice hosted the International Conference ‘State and Political Discourse in Russia’, organized by the Italian Foundation for Reset Dialogues on Civilizations (ResetDOC). The HSE was one of the co-organizers of the conference, together with London School of Economics and Political Science, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Harvard University), and others.

International Conference ‘State and Political Discourse in Russia’ Held in Venice

On June 17-18, Venice hosted the International Conference ‘State and Political Discourse in Russia’, organized by the Italian Foundation for Reset Dialogues on Civilizations (ResetDOC). The HSE was one of the co-organizers of the conference, together with London School of Economics and Political Science, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Harvard University), and others.

Prospects of State Regulation

A round table was held as part of the 17th April International Conference under the title of “Future Regulation”, dedicated to the problems and prospective directions of development of the state's regulatory policy. The discussion involved V.A. Zhivulin (Russian Ministry of Economic Development) E.A. Makhortov (SCA), Yu.A. Tikhomirov (Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law), A.V. Varvarin (Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs), R.N. Korchagin (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration), V.A. Kharchenko and V.A. Maslakov (NISSE), D.B. Tsygankov (NRU HSE), with Director A.V. Klimenko (NRU HSE) acting as moderator.

Self-control technology in the occupational safety system

On 20 April Andrey Klimenko took part in the Russian Occupational Safety Week in Sochi as the moderator of the plenary discussion “New Online Service for the Russian Federal Service for Labour and Employment. Will the Electronic Inspector replace the inspector who visits us to conduct an inspection?”