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Ashley Squires, Assistant Professor of Humanities and Languages and Chair of the Writing and Communication Center, has signed a contract with Indiana University Press to publish a book based on her dissertation. The title is But Now I See: Christian Science and American Literary History. The book will appear in 2017 as part of IUP's Religion in North America series >>>

On July 11, 2016, NES CSDSI launched 3rd summer school “Socio-cultural & economic development of regions: Eastern vector” at Krasnoyarsk suburb (with support of Siberian Federal University) >>>

Gunes Gokmen has received the Best Paper Award 2016 from the Armenian Economic Association. The 2016 Annual meetings was held in Yerevan on June 17-19. For paper details see here. >>>

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10 June Project Syndicate: "Russia and the Post-Oil Economy" by Vitaly Kazakov >>>
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 >>>
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Research papers
The paper by Anna Obizhaeva and Albert S. Kyle "Market microstructure invariance: Empirical hypotheses" published at 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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