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Conferences organized by MSSE


2017

June 19th - June 20th, 2017

Sixth International Conference "Industrial Organization and Spatial Economics".

The Sixth International Conference focused on research in industrial organization, spatial economics, imperfect competition, international trade, urbad economics and new economic geography took place in Saint Petersburg, Russia. 

Keynote speakers of the conference: Claude d'Aspremont (UC Louviain), Pierre-Philippe Combes (Lyon), Keith Head (University of British Columbia), Kiminori Matsuyama (Northwestern), Esteban Rossi-Hansberg (Princeton). 

2016

June 27th - 28th, 2016

Fifth International Conference "Industrial Organization and Spatial Economics".

The Fifth International Conference focused on research in industrial organization, spatial economics, imperfect competition, international trade, urbad economics and new economic geography took place in Saint Petersburg, Russia. 

Keynote speakers of the conference: Jose Scheinkman (Columbia University), Gabriel Felbermayr (LMU), Svetlana Demidova (McMaster University), Jens Sudekum (Henrich Heine University), Kiminori Matsuyama (Northwestern University). 

2015

June 8th - 9th, 2015

Fourth International Conference "Industrial Organization and Spatial Economics".

Fourth international conference organized by MSSE in Saint Petersburg, Russia, focused on research in industrial organization, spatial economics, imperfect competition, international trade, urbad economics and new economic geography. 

2014

August 25th - 26th, 2014

Third International Conference "Industrial Organization and Spatial Economics". 

Third international conference organized by MSSE in Saint Petersburg, Russia, devoted to research in industrial organization, spatial economics, imperfect competition, international trade, urbad economics and new economic geography. 

2013

  • Осtober 21st - 23rd, 2013
International Conference «Factors and Tools of Metropolitan Regions Development».

The main objective of the conference is to study foreign and Russian experience in research, modeling and design of the development of modern metropolitan regions. Projects of development in Greater Paris, Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and other larger world cities will be presented in the reports and speeches of Russian and foreign colleagues. Experience in implementing large transport and infrastructure projects that can have significant long-term impact on socio-economic development of metropolitan regions will also be addressed.

Why some metropolitan areas are progressing more successfully than others? What is their role in the development of institutional factors, human capital, transportation and infrastructure, industrial specialization? It is of great practical and scientific interest to find it out and the discussion is proposed to formulate conclusions and suggestions for approaches to modeling, assessing and design of cities, the most effective policies to increase and maintain the global competitiveness of metropolitan regions.
  • October 2nd - 4th, 2013

International Workshop on Natural Resources, Environment, Urban Economics, International Trade and Industrial Organization.

HSE and EUSP co-organize a three-day workshop in St Petersburg. The purpose of this workshop is to promote the use of advanced economic analysis (both theoretical and applied) in the fields of natural resources, urban economics, the environment, industrial organization, and their mutual interactions. The objective is to gather a set of high-quality contributions that illustrate how methodological tools and concepts developed in economics can be used to tackle and analyze these issues. Papers with a main emphasis on new methodological aspects are particularly welcome.

  • June 27th - 28th, 2013

Second International Conference "Industrial Organization and Spatial Economics".

St.Petersburg, Russia.

The HSE Center for Market Studies and Spatial Economics (HSE CMSSE) is organizing a second international conference “Industrial Organization and Spatial Economics”. Topics of interest include: industrial organization, spatial economics, imperfect competition, international trade, urban economics, and new economic geography.

  • February 15th - 16th, 2013

XII Annual international conference "Leontief readings" "Economy and geography".

B.25, 7-ya Krasnoarmeyskaya st., St.Petersburg, Russia.

MSSE researchers involved in the conference: academic advisor Jacques-Francois Thisse with a report "Does geography matter for economic theory and policy?"; Vladimir Matveenko with a report "Externalities, economic growth and agglomeration"; senior research fellow Leonid Limonov with a report "St Petersburg metropolitan area: lack of coordination and imbalanced development"; senior research fellow Tatyana Mikhailova with a report "Spatial development of Russia: Influence of the World War II and GULAG"; senior research fellow Vera Ivanova with a report "Evaluation of the role of transportation systems in the spatial interaction between Russian regions based on the model of beta-convergence"; and associate researcher prof. NES Natalya Volchkova with a report "Export costs of Visa constraints". 


2012

October 10th - 13th, 2012

First International conference "Industrial Organization and Spatial Economics".

Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Organized by: S. Kichko, D. Krutikov.

 

October 5th - 7th, 2012

Research seminars «Advances in market theory and international trade».

October 05 - 07, 2012, Saint-Petersburg.

Organized by: D. Krutikov, Ph. Ushchev.

 

June 4th - 9th, 2012

International Seminar "The optimum size of cities in New Economic Geography models".

Theme of research seminar: "Evolution of the system of cities under globalization". Speaker: Ph.D. student Maxim Goryunov (CERGE-EI, Prague).

Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Organized by: J.-F. Thisse, D. Krutikov.

 

May 14th - 19th, 2012

International Seminar "Advances in New Economic Geography".

Themes of public research seminars: "The Home Market Effect and the Agricultural Sector"; "Resource-Based Regions, the Dutch Disease and City Development"; "New Trade Theory without the Agricultural Sector". Speaker is Dao-Zhi Zeng, a Professor of Tohoku University - Graduate School of Information Sciences, Japan.

Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Organized by: J.-F. Thisse, V. Matveenko, D. Krutikov, Ph. Ushchev, Y. Martemyanov.

 

April 6th - 7th, 2012

International Academic Conference «Endogenous market structures and spatial economics»
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Moscow, Russia.

Organized by: V. Matveenko, D. Krutikov, S. Kokovin, Y. Martemyanov.

On April 6-7, 2012 the HSE Center for Market Studies and Spatial Economics (Academic Advisor Prof. J.-F. Thisse) held International Academic Conference «Endogenous market structures and spatial economics » at the XIII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.



April 3rd - 5th, 2012

Section P: "The Theory of Markets and Spatial Economics" at the XIII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.

Moscow, Russia.

Organized by: V. Matveenko, D. Krutikov, Y. Martemyanov.



April 3rd - 5th, 2012

Session R-08. Agglomeration and Session R-09. Round Table «Modern problems of metropolitan governance and the sintering process» at the XIII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.

Moscow, Russia.

Organized by: L. Limonov.


 


 

2011


December 9th, 2011

Seminar on tropical mathematics and related subjects.

Saint Petersburg, Russia.

The report, "Optimal trajectory of economic models and the extent of matrices with idempotent operation".

Organized by: V. Matveenko.


November 12th, 2011

XIII International Scientific-practical conference on public sector reform "Public Sector Transition".

Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Organized by: L. Limonov.


October 24th - 25th, 2011

All-Russian Conference "Modelling in the problems of urban and regional economics".

Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Organized by: V. Matveenko, L. Limonov.


 

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