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ICEF/LFE Research Seminar by Yakov Amihud (New York University)

On Thursday, June 9 at 4.40 pm, room 3211 (Shabolovka str. 26) ICEF and LFE held the Research Seminar in Finance.
Speaker: Yakov Amihud (New York University)
Theme: "The Pricing of the Illiquidity Factor's Systematic Risk"

ICEF/LFE Research Seminar by Kyeong Hun Lee (Tulane University)

On Thursday, June 2 at 4.40 pm, room 3211 (Shabolovka str. 26) ICEF and LFE held the Research Seminar in Finance.
Speaker: Kyeong Hun Lee (Tulane University)
Theme: "Human Capital Relatedness and Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions" joint with David Mauer and Emma Xu

ICEF/LFE Research Seminar by Mark Trede (University of Munster)

On Thursday, May 26 at 4.40 pm, room 3211 (Shabolovka str. 26) ICEF and LFE held the Research Seminar in Finance.
Speaker: Mark Trede (University of Munster)
Theme: "The Case for Herding is Stronger than You Think" joint with Martin T. Bohl and Nicole Branger

International applicants will be able to enrol at ICEF on the basis of their English-language entrance examinations

Research Seminar by Benedikt Heid (University of Bayreuth)

On Thursday, May 19 at 4.40 pm, room 4238 (Shabolovka str. 26) ICEF held the Research Seminar.
Speaker: Benedikt Heid (University of Bayreuth)
Theme: "Regional Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector"

Research Seminar by Nizar Allouch (Queen Mary University of London)

On Tuesday, May 17 at 4.40 pm, room 3211 (Shabolovka str. 26) ICEF held the Research Seminar.
Speaker: Nizar Allouch (Queen Mary University of London)
Theme: "Aggregation in networks"

Honorary lecture by Professor Hans-Werner Sinn

Research Seminar by Andrei Barbos (University of South Florida)

On Thursday,  May 12 at 4.40 pm , room 3211 (Shabolovka str. 26) ICEF held the Research Seminar.
Speaker:  Andrei Barbos (University of South Florida)
Theme:  "Optimal Contracts with Random Monitoring"

Simon Skempton at the conference ‘Hegel and the Concept of World History’

Stanford Russian-American Forum: From Idea to Project

Every year, 20 American and 20 Russian students come together to participate in the Stanford Russian-American Forum, which begins with an autumn conference in Moscow, continues with six months of joint work on research projects, and finishes with a spring conference at Stanford University. Kirill Kopytov, a first-year ICEF Master’s student, spoke with us about his participation in the forum.