First Summer School "Imperfect Markets, New Economic Geography and Spatial Economics"
On July 16-28, 2012 in Nizhny Novgorod held the First Summer School "Imperfect Markets, New Economic Geography and Spatial Economics", organized by MSSE.
The Summer School agenda was:
- Space in the Imperfect Market Theory and Trade;
- Urban Economics;
- Regional Economic Development;
- Economic Growth and Income Inequality.
The main goal of Summer School was to familiarize participants with modern research in these fields and give an opportunity to participate in research projects of MSSE.
The participants had an opportunity to present and discuss their research with experts.
The Summer school speakers were: Shlomo Weber (Southern Methodist University, NES); Michael Alexeev (Indiana University); Natalia Volchkova (CEFIR, NES); Natalia Turdyeva (NES); Tatiana Michailova (MSSE, NES); Alexei Savvateev (NES); Volodimir Vakhitov (KEI); Evgeniy Zhelobodko (MSSE, NSU); Sergey Kokovin (MSSE, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science); Evgeniya Kolomak (MSSE, Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of the Siberian Branch of the RAS); Sergey Afontsev (Institute of World Economy and International Relations of Russian Academy of Science).
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