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Development Office

         The NES Development Office was created in 2009 in order to maintain relationships with current and potential donors and to provide additional fundraising for the School's current activities and for the endowment.

         The NES Development Office is responsible for such projects as named professorships, including visiting, selected named student scholarships, series of Public Seminars, Zvi Griliches Memorial Lectures, Yegor Gaidar Memorial Lectures in Economic Policy, Guest Lectures by NES faculty and visiting professors. In 2009-2011 the NES Development Office organized a series of Policy Roundtables supported by the Open Society Institute.

        The NES Development Office also prepares and publishes the NES Annual Report and NES Brochure.

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New Economic School is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year! We invite you to take part in key event of the celebration: the NES 25th Anniversary Conference which will take place December 18-19, 2017 in Moscow, in the Metropol Hotel. Registration for general participants is open >>> If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 25conference@nes.ru. Find out more on the conference website >>>
 
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November 24 / 1.45, rm. 114 Research Seminar NES: Stephen Hansen (University of Oxford) "The Long-Run Information Effect of Central Bank Text” join with Michael McMahon and Matthew Tong
On December 12–16 NES CSDSI organizes the 5th winter school «Towards Effective and Equitable Development: the Role of Institutions and Diversity». The deadline for application is November 9. Details >>>
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14.11.2017 QUARTZ: A higher minimum wage could lead to fewer rich kids. Сolumn based on Hosny Zoaby's research >>>
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