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The NES 25th Anniversary Conference
CENTER for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions


Information for current students

Academic calendar 2016 - 2017

    Fall 2016:

• August 29-30 - Math and English proficiency tests for freshmen 
• August 31  – freshman orientation
• September 1 – classes start for 2nd, 3d and 4th-year students
• September 1-3 – Lafe Safety course for freshmen, special schedule
• September 14 - add/drop period for elective courses ends
• October 24 through 30 – consultation week; no classes
• November 4 – Federal holiday, no classes
• December 22 - 31 – finals week 
• December 31 – semester ends

    Spring 2017:

• January 10 - classes start;
• January 24 – add/drop period for elective courses ends;
• February 23 - Federal holiday, no classes;
• March 8  - Federal holiday, no classes;
• March 27 - April 2 - consultation week; no classes;
• May 1-9  – Spring holidays, no classes;
• May 15  – finals start;
• May 24 – the period of finals ends (for courses attended by forth-year students);
• June 9 - the period of finals ends for all the rest courses. 

 

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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: an academic conference in economics and finance which will take place December 18-19, 2017 in Moscow, in the Metropol Hotel. Notifications of paper acceptance: October 1. Registration ends: October 15. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 25conference@nes.ru. Find out more on the conference website >>>
Research
September 29 / 1.45 pm, r. 114 NES Research SeminarAaron Flaaen (Federal Reserve Board) "Multinationals, Offshoring, and the Decline of U.S. Manufacturing" (joint with Christoph E. Boehm, and Nitya Pandalai-Nayar)
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14.08.2017 Oil & Gas Financial Journal: Has OPEC Become Predictable? Article by Alexander Malanichev, visiting professor at NES >>>
06.01.2017 Econbrowser: Doug Campbell published a Guest Contribution on the impact of exchange rate shocks on manufacturing workers, based on a newly released academic paper >>>
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