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Оn 19-20 May 2016 NES Center for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions, on behalf of the Coalition Theory Network, organizes the 21st Coalition Theory Network Workshop, to be held in Moscow, Russia >>>

We congratulate NES students and graduates on their acceptances to PhD programs! In 2016, 17 NES students and graduates were accepted to PhD programs of leading universities, including Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, London Business School, and others. >>>

The NES acting rector Shlomo Weber has approved the NES Tenure and Promotion Committee composed of Stanislav Anatolyev (Chair), Barry Ickes (Penn State University), Oleg Itskhoki (Princeton University), Grigory Kosenok, Larry Samuelson (Yale University), Ilya Strebulaev (Stanford University) recommendation to promote Hosni Zoabi to the Associate Professor rank. NES congratulates Hosni with this important step in his career and wishes him further achievements >>>

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04 May Bloomberg: The Cost of Moving at Sub-Treasury Speed. Implications of the theory of microstructure invariance, developed by Anna Obizhaeva and Albert S. Kyle, for illiquid bond markets >>>
24 February ALJAZEERA: The UK, EU and Brexit: Who wins and who loses? Vitaly Kazakov about the crisis and oil dependant countries >>>
25 December Andrewgelman.com: "A Replication in Economics: Does “Genetic Distance” to the US Predict Development?" by Douglas Campbell >>>
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Research papers
The paper by Anna Obizhaeva and Albert S. Kyle "Market microstructure invariance: Empirical hypotheses" accepted for publication in the Econometrica
The paper by Mikhail Drugov and Dmitry Ryvkin "Biased Contests for Symmetric Players" accepted for publication in the Games and Economic Behavior in the John Nash Memorial Special Issue
The paper by Ruben Enikolopov, Georgy Egorov, Andrew Beath, Fotini Christia "Electoral Rules and Political Selection: Theory and Evidence from a Field Experiment in Afghanistan" accepted for publication in the Review of Economic Studies
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