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NES professors, most of whom hold PhD degrees from leading American and European universities, conduct research in many areas of modern economic theory, such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, industrial organization, international trade and finance, public economics, political economics, auction theory, behavioral economics, growth and development, labor economics, corporate finance, theory of finance, and more. NES professors actively publish their work in leading international journals, such as Econometrica, American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Journal of Economic Theory, Econometric Theory, Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, Journal of Public Economics, RAND Journal of Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, and more.  NES faculty give talks at prestigious international conferences such as the meetings of the American Economic Association, the Econometric Society, and the American Finance Association; they also deliver presentations at economics seminars at many universities worldwide.

Most importantly, NES professors team up with second-year Master in Economics students to conduct research in the Research Seminar’s framework for research projects. This joint work in the Research Seminar allows students to write their own Term Papers and Master’s Theses under the guidance of experienced professors, go on to present their research results at NES conferences, and have a chance at getting their research published in economics journals.

The New Economic School currently publishes three series of working papers, in electronic form. The first series – CEFIR/NES Working Papers – presents the recent research work of NES faculty. Papers of this series are catalogued in RePEc. The second and third series publish the best of the Master's Theses and notes for some specific courses.

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January 24-25, Davos, Russian House 2018. NES Rector Professor Shlomo Weber will speak at panel discussions "It’s More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018" (January 24, 17:00 – 18:00) and "Russia – USA bilateral relations one year on" (January 25, 13:00 – 14:00). Program >>>
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January 24 / 1.45 pm, r. 114 NES Job Market Seminar: Jascisens Vitalijs (Toulouse School of Economics) "Can Entry Mitigate the Effect of Inflated Reserve Prices in Public Procurement?"
January 25 / 1.45 pm, r. 1 114 NES Job Market Seminar:  Filatov Alexey (Autonoma de Barcelona) "Why Are Older Americans Working More Nowadays?"
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22.01.2018 American Economic Association: Holding corrupt institutions accountable. Can social media be a check on power when mainstream news outlets cannot? An article based on paper by Ruben Enikolopov, Maria Petrova, and Konstantin Sonin >>>
13.01.2018 VOX: Careers and families of high-skilled women in the age of high inequality. Сolumn based on paper by Michael Bar, Moshe Hazan, Oksana Leukhina, David Weiss, and Hosny Zoabi >>>
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