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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. >>>

On June 8, Sharon Hannigan, Assistant Professor of the H&L Department, took part as an EAP expert at the XVI Seminar-Conference of Project 5-100 at the Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. >>>

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 >>>

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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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July 8 / 2.00 pmMoscow International Performing Arts Center (Kosmodamianskaya Emb., 52-8, location map23rd Commencement Ceremony for the New Economic School Graduating Class of 2016. Registration >>>

Research seminars
June 29 / 1.45 pm, r. 114 NES Research Seminar: Anton Kolotilin (University of New South Wales, МАЕ'2007) "Relational Communication with Transfers"
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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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