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Orientation Seminars for ICEF’s Newly Recruited Teachers

Orientation Seminars for ICEF’s Newly Recruited Teachers
Traditionally hosted by ICEF Teaching and Learning Center, the orientation seminars are designed to provide onboarding experience to all newly recruited academic staff whether with or without previous experience as lecturers or seminar hosts.

“Self-Learning Skills Are the Core Future Skills You’ll Need in Your Career”

“Self-Learning Skills Are the Core Future Skills You’ll Need in Your Career”
Associate Professor Anna Yurko holds a PhD in Economics and is coordinating ICEF’s MSc Programme as Assistant Academic Supervisor. Anna’s research interests lie at the interface of economics and social sciences. Her 2015 study into the multiple-child allowance policy, co-authored with Fabian Slonimczyk, was conferred the Yegor Gaidar Award. In this interview with HSE Talks podcast, Anna tells about how economics knowledge helps her to explore the education industry, what’s wrong with current system of career guidance among school students, and which skillset seems to be the most useful for experts of the future.

“Game Theory Will Always Have Something to Offer You”

“Game Theory Will Always Have Something to Offer You”
Peio Zuazo-Garin has been an associate professor at ICEF since 2019, teaching courses to bachelor’s and master’s students. In this interviewwith ICEF Talks podcast, Professor Peio tells about his passion for game theory and how it relates to the movie Beautiful Mind, why math is an easy field to make careers in, and why it can be useful for a theorist to step out of their comfort zone and into teaching.

“It’s a Never-Ending Process”: Professor Vincent Fardeau Video Interview

“It’s a Never-Ending Process”: Professor Vincent Fardeau Video Interview
In a recent ICEF Talks podcast, Professor Vincent Fardeau talks about his experience at LSE, why he chose to do a PhD, and what topics he explores as a researcher. Vincent gives the answer as to whether crisis of ideas even happens with research community, why techies shouldn’t underestimate financial intuition, and how to make a student thesis a success when it explores the trendy topic of the cryptocurrencies.

Meet ICEF’s Newly Recruited Academic

Meet ICEF’s Newly Recruited Academic
ICEF continues to hire faculty with graduate degrees (PhD) earned abroad. In September 2023, it will welcome Alexander Usvitsky, who holds his bachelor’s from ICEF (2013) and his PhD from the University of Florida (2020).

Welcome to Hogwarts of Finance: ICEF Held Master’s Students Initiation Ceremony

Welcome to Hogwarts of Finance: ICEF Held Master’s Students Initiation Ceremony
The students, lecturers and office of the MSc Financial Economics got together for the Welcome Pizza Day, an opportunity to talk informally that involved absorbing presentations and revealed exciting things about each other’s personalities.  

"Conferences Publicly Push Important Research to New Levels"

"Conferences Publicly Push Important Research to New Levels"
During his visit to ICEF, Sergey Tsyplakov, a professor in finance at Moore School of Business of the University of South Carolina, delivered a lecture to students and contributed to ICEF-CInSt 11th International Moscow Finance Conference as a keynote speaker. In this interview, Sergey shares what surprised him about ICEF students, why scientific paper reviewing may not always be objective, and why people on Wall Street read academic research.