In accordance with the working plan, on June 28, 2021, a regular HSE research seminar "Modernisation of public finances" was held with a report on the topic: "A new procedure for managing budget programs: advantages and risks" made by a team of authors consisting of A. Belenchuk, State Councillor of the Russian Federation of the 3rd class (Accounts Chamber of Russia); Prof., Doctor of Economics N. Shash (Plekhanov Economic University of the Russian Federation) and Prof., Doctor of Economics M. Afanasiev (HSE University and Institute for economic forecasting of Russian Academy of Sciences).
On May 20, 2021, the next session of HSE academic research seminar "Public Finance Modernisation" take part with a new economic report. Dr. Renaud Bouchard, associate researcher (CEMI, Paris, France), made a presentation on the topic: “Sovereign Wealth Funds’ Long-Term Strategy in the Post Covid-19 Period”. This seminar held as an on-line MS Teams conference.
As part XXII of the April international conference of the HSE University the next discussion on the academic research seminar "Modernization of public finances" practically aligned with the "round table" 0-16-4 "Environmental and social responsibility management and the state".
On Thursday, March 25, 2021, a regular research seminar "Modernization of public finances" was held with a joint report on the topic "Public finances within the framework of the ESG concept and the world's first" green "state budget", were presented by Anna Belenchuk (State Councilor of the Russian Federation), prof., dr. Natalia Shash, (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics), prof., dr. Mstislav Afanasiev (HSE University, INP RAS).
As usual on February 17, 2021, we invited Dr. Dorina ROSCA to the regular session of HSE academic research seminar "Public Finance Modernisation". Currently, she is an associate researcher in the Laboratory of social dynamic and territorial recomposing (LADYSS) of the National Center for scientific research (CNRS) (Paris, France) and Lecturer at the American University of Moldova. The topic of her report was “COVID19 Impacts on Public Finance and Migrants’ Remittances (case study of Moldova)”.
The regular seminar was held on January 26, 2021 (as a zoom-conference) with the key speaker Dirk Wentzel, professor Jean Monnet chair in European Economic Integration, head of Economics Department, University of Pforzheim (Baden-Württemberg, Germany). The topic of prof. Wentzel presentation was “The economic, fiscal and financial implications of a coronavirus pandemic for Germany and the European Union”.