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Seminars and other events organized by MSSE

 

2017

  • June 15th, 2017
Секция "Несовершенные рынки и приложения: города, регионы, рынки" в рамках II Конгресса по сравнительной экономике.
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Speakers: Vera Ivanova, Sergey Kichko, Sergey Kokovin. 
  • April 11th - April 14th, 2017
"Market Studies and Spatial Economics" section within XVIII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.
Moscow, Russia.
Invited speakers: Anna Gumpert (LMU), John Morrow (Birkbeck, University of London), Hartmut Egger (Anders Laugesen (Aarhus University), Pierre Picard (University of Luxemburg), Volodymyr Vakhitov (KSE), Federico Trionfetti (Aix-Marseille University), Kenmei Tsubota (JETRO).  

2016

  • November 23rd - November 30th, 2016
International research seminar "International Trade and Urban Economics".
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Invited speakers: Levent Celik (HSE), David Gomtsyan (Turin University), Sergey Kapelyuk (Siberian University of Consumer Cooperation), Jos van Ommeren (Free University of Amsterdam), Pierre Picard (University of Luxembourg), Stephan Heblich (University of Bristol). 
  • June 29th - July 8th 2016 

International research seminars "Globalization anf International Trade".
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Invited speakers: Kiminori Matsuyama (Northwestern University), Jose Scheinkman (Columbia University), Svetlana Demidova (McMaster University). Jens Sudekum (Henrich Heine University). 

  • May 16th, 2016

International research seminar "Aggregation in Networks"
Invited speakers: Nizar Allouch (Queen Mary University of London), Constantine Sorokin (HSE).

  • April 19th - 22nd, 2016

"Market Studies and Spatial Economics" section within XVII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development
Invited speakers: Anders Laugesen (Aarhus University), Pierre Picard (University of Luxemburg), Volodymyr Vakhitov (KSE), Federico Trionfetti (Aix-Marseille University), Kenmei Tsubota (JETRO). 

2015

  • December 11th - 12th, 2015

International research seminar "International Trade and Regional Economics"
Invited speakers: Wolfgang Dauth ( Universität Würzburg), Gabriel Felbermayr (LMU Munich), Michael Irlacher (LMU Munich), Sebastian Krautheim (University of Passau), Petros Millionis (University of Groningen), Alexander Tarasov (HSE), Natalya Volchkova (NES). 

Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Presenters: Yasusada Murata (Nihon University), Mathieu Parenti (UCL), Swati Dhingra (LSE), Phillip Ushchev (HSE). 

  • April 8th - 9th, 2015

"Market Studies and Spatial Economics" section within the XVI HSE April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.
Moscow, Russia. 
Invited speakers: M. Lafourcade (Paris-Sud University, France), Y. Murata (Nihon University, Japan), F. Trionfetti (Aix-Marseille University, France), D. Zeng (Tohoku University, Japan).

2014

  • November 29th - December 5th, 2014 

International research seminar "Intenational and Urban Economics"
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Among the seminar presenters werer: Kristian Behrens (UQAM), Anders Laugesen (Aarhus University, Denmark), Giordano Mion (Surrey University, Great Britain), Dennis Novy (Warwick Unviersity, Great Britain), Pierre Picard (University of Luxemburg). Michal Fabinger (University of Tokyo, Japan), Taiji Furusawa (Hitotsubashi University, Japan). 

  • September 29th, 2014 

Public research seminar "Heterogeneity in OLG Model With Horizontal Innovations"
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Invited speaker: Anton Belyakov (Vienna University of Technology).

  • July 3rd - 4th, 2014 

International research seminar " Imperfect Market Theory and Applications"
Saint Petersburg, Russia. 
Pressenters: Kristian Behrens, Vera Ivanova, Sergey Kichko, Mathieu Parenti, Dmitry Pokrovsky, Phillip Ushchev.

  • June 5th, 2014

Public research seminar "Charter School Entry and School Choice: The Case of Washington, D.C."
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Invited speaker: Grigory Kosenok (NES).

  • May 28th, 2014

Public research seminar "Advantages of the consumers' good taste". 
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Invited speaker: Aleksandr Shapoval (Center for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions, NES, Financial University). 

  • May 15th - May 23rd, 2014
International research seminar «Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition: When Strategic Interactions Matter?»
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Jacques Thisse (CORE, Belgium), Antoin Billot (Pantheon-Assas University, Framce), Claude d'Aspremont (CORE, Belgium), Rodolph dos Santos-Ferreira (Starsbourg University, France), Dmitry Levando (NRU HSE), Jonathan Peterson (NRU HSE), Marina Sandomirskaya (NRU HSE), Aleksandr Shepotylo (NRU HSE) presented at the seminar. 
  • April 1st - 4th, 2014 

NRU HSE XV April Annual Research Conference on Economic and Social Development
Moscow, Russia.
Special seminar "Imperfect Markets Analysis and International Trade".

  • February 10th - 14th, 2014

International research seminar "Imperfect competition and spatial economics: theoretical and empirical aspects"
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Yasusada Murata (Nihon University, Japan), Aleksandr Tarasov (Munich University, Germany), Vincent Boitier (Paris Schools of Economics), Evgenia Shevtsova (University of Liverpool), Nikolai Ryzhenkov (Kiev-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine), as well as some of the research staff (Jacques Thisse, Kristian Behrens, Aleksandr Osharin, Phillip Uschev and Volodymyr Vakhitov) presented at the seminar. 


2013

  • November 5th, 2013

Udo Kreickemeier (University of Tuebingen, Germany)
Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
Currently, Udo Kericemeier's focuses his research interests on the distributional effects of globalization, in particular he is interested in the analysis of the effects of trade and offshoring on income inequality and unemployment, both theoretically and empirically. 

  • September 30th - October 2nd, 2013

Advanced course on Economics of Networks by Professor Yves Zenou (Stockholm University)

Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
It has been recognized for a long time that non-market interactions, i.e. interactions between agents that are not mediated by the market, are crucial to explain different economic phenomena such as stock market crashes, growth, education, religion, crime, etc. In these models, the marginal utility to one person of undertaking an action is a function of the average amount of the action taken by her peers. Peer effects are an intragroup externality, homogeneous across group members, that captures the average influence that members exert on each other. We would like to go further by explicitly providing the particular structure of this dependence on group behavior. In particular, if one considers a network of links between agents, then the peer influence varies across agents in the network, and the intra-group externality we obtain is heterogeneous across agents. This heterogeneity reflects asymmetries in network locations across group members. Networks and peer effects are in the heart of most non-market relationships.
  • June 8th - 15th, 2013

International Research Seminar "The boundaries of monopolistic competition approach"
Saint Petersburg, Russia.

CMSSE arranged International Research Seminar "The boundaries of monopolistic competition approach". Reports by Natalia Shestakova (Research Fellow at Laboratory for International and Regional Economics, GSEM, Ural Federal University; Assistant Professor at Department of Economics, University of Vienna), Professor Paolo Bertoletti (Pavia University), Senior Research Fellow Philip Ushchev (CMSSE), Senior Research Fellow Igor Sloev (CMSSE), Associate Professor Paolo Epifani (Bocconi University), Assistant Professor of Economics Mathieu Parenti (C.O.R.E., Université Catholique de Louvain).

  • April 8th - 17th, 2013

International Research Seminar «International trade, industry and urbanization»
Russia, Saint Petersburg
CMSSE Public Research Seminar. A report "Unweaving textile clusters: International trade and industrial localization" by Associate professor Kristian Behrens (Université du Québec à Montreal (Canada), Canada Research Chair in Regional Impacts of Globalization)

  • February 2nd - 28th, 2013
International research seminars

2012

  • December 25th - 27th, 2012  
International research seminars "General equilibrium and optimality in monopolistic competition theory"
  • December 4th -7th, 2012
International research seminars "Study of vertical integration in international trade"
  • November 20th -24th, 2012
International research seminars "Spatial aspects of international trade, and regional growth"
  • September 10th - October 9th, 2012

International research seminars "Advances in market theory and international trade"

  • June 29th, 2012

Research Seminar
A report on "Investment behavior of firms in the case of an open economy with monopolistic competition: the cases of (almost) the same countries, transport costs are infinitesimal" by MSSE Associate Researcher Igor Bykadorov (Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS)

  • June 27th, 2012

Research Seminar
A report on "Investment behavior of firms in the case of a closed economy with monopolistic competition. The case of heterogeneous firms" by MSSE Associate Researcher Igor Bykadorov (Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS)

  • June 20th, 2012

Referative Seminar
A report on "Flexible Manufacturing and Market Structure (on C. Eaton and N. Schmitt)" by D.Kadnikov (student of the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics St. Petersburg State University)

  • June 5th, 2012

Research Seminar
A report on "Evolution of the system of cities under globalization" by Ph.D. student Maxim Goryunov (CERGE-EI, Prague)
Following Anas (2004) we consider a basic model of monopolistic competition to address the question of the efficiency of urbanization: What number of cities is desirable when consumption, production and trade among them are allowed to be determined by market mechanism? We show that original result — decreasing optimal size of the representative city with increase of population (or equivalently, decrease in transport cost) — is robust to the extension of the model on the large class of utility functions. Moreover, sufficiently large population size (sufficiently low transport cost) lead to the efficient city size equal to technologically minimal. This result can be treated as similar to Henderson (1974) since in every city increasing returns in production of only one good are exploited. In addition we show possibility of autarchy as optimal outcome for special class of utility functions.

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  • May 31th, 2012

Research Seminar
A report on "Equilibrium in Secure Strategies in the Hotelling's Game" by A.Iskakov and M.Iskakov (Institute of Control Sciences RAS, Moscow)

  • May 29th - 30th, 2012

Research Seminar.
A report on "Investments in Productivity under Monopolistic Competition" by MSSE Associate Researcher Igor Bykadorov (Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS)

  • May 29th, 2012

Research Seminar
A report on "Growth of Russian regions: a spatial econometrics approach" by Vera Ivanova (guest of MSSE)
We study the impact of spatial determinants on economic growth in Russia. The research is conducted on the basis of region-level data using methods of spatial econometrics. We find that the key spatial factors of regional economic growth are population, labor density and location of the region. We also show that these effects are cought only after pointing out some outliers which enjoy free access to specific resources non-available for the others.

  • May 28th, 2012

Research Seminar
A report on "Costs of exporting: evidence from Russia" by Natalia Vochkova (professor of NES).

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  • May 10th -11th, 2012

Referative Seminar
Aggregative games are used to model strategic interaction in many fields of economics, including industrial organization, political economy, international trade, and public finance. In such games, each player’s payoff depends on his/her own actions and an aggregate of all player’s actions. Examples in industrial organization are the Cournot oligopoly model, logit and CES differentiated products Bertrand models (and linear demand models in the short run), and R&D games. We suppose a change affects some of the players, such as cost shocks (subsidies, tariffs), privatization, and a merger or RJV. In a unifying framework, we determine the impact of the change on the aggregate variable, producer surplus and consumer surplus under free entry. We also show that the IIA property of demands implies that consumer surplus depends on the aggregate alone, and the corresponding Bertrand pricing game is aggregative.On May 10-11, 2012 Center Referative Seminar on S. Anderson, N. Erkal and D. Piccinin "Aggregative Games with Entry". Presentations were made by: guest of MSSE Vera Ivanova, Senior Research Fellow Philip Ushchev, Research Fellows Dmitry Pokrovsky and Sergey Kichko

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  • May 8th, 2012

Research seminar
A report on "Two-factor model of international trade: a short-term balance" by Research Fellow Sergey Kichko.
We develop a two-factor trade model with monopolistic competition, a variable elasticity of substitution and trade cost. We show that the country endowed with more capital is a net exporter of manufactured good and its capital price is smaller. The relative GDP share of the capital-endowed country is smaller than its relative share in capital. Last, dumping or reverse dumping may aim depending on consumers' altitude towards variety love and countries relative capital endowment.

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  • May 7th, 2012

Research seminar
A report on "Market Size, Productivity and Enterpreneurship in a Model a’la Melitz" by Research Fellow Dmitry Pokrovsky.
We develop a monopolistic-competition model of closed two-sector one-factor economy, where agents are (continuously) heterogeneous in their entrepreneurship abilities and choose between being employees or entrepreneurs. How the share of entrepreneurs in population changes when the market expands? The sufficient conditions in terms of variable elasticity of substitution are found for expanding or shrinking entrepreneurial sector. The changes in equilibrium consumptions, outputs, prices in the diversified sector are found for several important specifications of utility functions. In particular, special case of CES utility for varieties and Cobb-Douglas preference between the two sectors is the “neutral” borderline case between markets with increasing or decreasing productivity (and share of entrepreneurs) under market expansion.

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  • May 4th, 2012

Research seminar
A report on "Multi-product firms under monopolistic competition: the choice of scope" by Senior Research Fellow of the TMSE Philipp Ushchev.
We propose a model of monopolistic competition with multi-product firms, choosing their product line. Firms bear costs of three kinds: variable production costs, fixed costs of creating a variety (like R&D) and costs of scope, i.e., of the product line length. When the market size (population) increases, the overall variety always increases. The firms’ product line and price increase (decrease) when the elasticity of substitution increases (decreases), whereas the firm size (output) reacts oppositely (when both cost functions are strictly convex). This suggests a theoretical rationale for cross-countries differences in the size and scope of firms, or for possible consequences of trade liberalization.

Seminar was held at: Room 205, b.3, 10th Line VO.

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  • April 26th, 2012

Research seminar
A report on "Where to build football stadiums? Game-theoretic analysis of the spatial distribution of the problem" by Associate Researcher of the MSSE A. Savvateev, Professor, New Economic School (Moscow)
The task of spatial distribution - is the problem of how to meet the demand for distributed, balancing total transportation costs and the costs of construction items meet the demand. Simply put: there is a city whose residents want to play football. How many build stadiums, where are their places? This problem was studied during the 20th century from the perspective of optimal deployment plan.
However, the new century has given birth to new challenges. What if the people "naughty" and can arbitrarily change the location to meet the demand? And if they can even be collected into groups so that, neglecting the rest of the city, build your own stadium? How to fend off all such threats in the planning of the optimal placement? Overview of the obtained results in this area will be presented in the report.

Seminar was held at: Room 212, b.3, 10th Line VO.

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  • March 30th, 2012

Center research seminar
A report on «Spatial interaction of Russian regions as a factor of their economic growth: an empirical analysis» by guest of the Center V. Ivanova
We study the impact of spatial determinants on economic growth in Russia. The research is conducted on the basis of region-level data. We find that the key spatial factors of regional economic growth are the size of a region and the average city size within a region. We also show that these effects are cought only after pointing out some outliers which enjoy free access to specific resources non-available for the others. Seminar was held at: Room 205, b.3, 10th Line VO.

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  • March 22th, 2012

Public research seminar
A report on "Evaluation of spatial spillovers for Russia" by Senior Research Fellow of the MSSE, Dr.of Sci., Professor Evgeniya Kolomak
The report presents the results of empirical testing innovation diffusion model, which considers the spatial external effects generated by regional growth, as a resource for the development of neighboring areas. The results of evaluations on Russian data have shown that spatial externalities are an important factor affecting the growth of other regions. The nature of influence is different for the western and eastern parts of a country.

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  • March 21th, 2012

City research seminar
A report on "Urbanization and economic development in the regions of Russia" by Senior Research Fellow of the MSSE, Dr.of Sci., Professor Evgeniya Kolomak
Discussed topics of the report: sources and limits the development of urbanization, global trends and highlights features of Russia. Сonduct an empirical analysis of the relationship of economic growth and urbanization Based on data for the subjects of the Russian Federation. The results of evaluations have shown that the Russian economy has not exhausted the resources of urbanization.

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  • March 16th, 2012

Research seminar
A report on "Two-factor model of international trade: a short-term balance" by Research Fellow Sergey Kichko
We develop a two-factor trade model with monopolistic competition, a variable elasticity of substitution and trade cost. We show that the country endowed with more capital is a net exporter of manufactured good and its capital price is smaller. The relative GDP share of the capital-endowed country is smaller than its relative share in capital. Last, dumping or reverse dumping may aim depending on consumers' altitude towards variety love and countries relative capital endowment.

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  • February 19th, 2012

Research seminar
A report on "Corruption and Cooperation in hierarchical organizations: an experimental study on the Department of the Interior" by professor of the International Institute of Economics and Finance, Guest of the Center A. Belyanin

In recent years the problem of corruption has attracted great interest of academic economists who study it from different points of view. In particular, a significant role in determining its extent and scope of play features of the institutional environment, folding social norms, as well as a reaction to the incentives of agents to corruption and measures to combat it. In this paper, a set of these problems is investigated experimentally by the example of two audiences - students from different the Department of the Interior. The experimental results show that the second audience, unlike the first, is less prone to purely equilibrium behavior, a higher level of cooperativity in protection from anti-corruption audits (including the willingness to "pay" for the safety of other members of the group to the detriment of their personal interests), and relatively more high willingness to abandon corruption, when the benefits of honest work is increasing substantially.

  • February 15th, 2012

Public research seminar
A report on "Models of Economic Geography" by the MSSE Academic Advisor Professor Jacques-Francois Thisse
It is obvious that economic activities are unevenly distributed in space. What are the factors behind this? How and why do consumers choose their place of residence? What affects the location of firms? Why are there urban agglomerations? The report provides an overview of the main approaches and results in the new economic geography, answering these questions.

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  • February 10th, 2012

Research seminar
A report on "Market Size, Productivity and Enterpreneurship in a Model a’la Melitz" by Research Fellow Dmitry Pokrovsky
We develop a monopolistic-competition model of closed two-sector one-factor economy, where agents are (continuously) heterogeneous in their entrepreneurship abilities and choose between being employees or entrepreneurs. How the share of entrepreneurs in population changes when the market expands? The sufficient conditions in terms of variable elasticity of substitution are found for expanding or shrinking entrepreneurial sector. The changes in equilibrium consumptions, outputs, prices in the diversified sector are found for several important specifications of utility functions. In particular, special case of CES utility for varieties and Cobb-Douglas preference between the two sectors is the “neutral” borderline case between markets with increasing or decreasing productivity (and share of entrepreneurs) under market expansion.

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  • February 6th, 2012

Referative seminar
A report on "Determinants of Interregional Mobility in Russia: Evidence from Panel Data (S. Guriev, Y. Andrienko, 2004)" by student V.Andreeva
Authors investigate political, economic and social factors of migration in Russia using panel data on gross region-to-region migration flows in1992-99. Both the fixed effects and current economic situation matter. People move from poorer and job scarce regions with worse public provision to richer ones in terms of employment opportunities and public goods. However, the lack of liquidity constrains migration. A third of Russian regions are locked in poverty traps.

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  • February 3rd, 2012

Research seminar
A report on «How does the market size affect the product line scope? The case of a closed economy» by Senior Research Fellow of the TMSE Ushchev Philipp
We propose a model of monopolistic competition with multi-product firms, choosing their product line. Firms bear costs of three kinds: variable production costs, fixed costs of creating a variety (like R&D) and costs of scope, i.e., of the product line length. When the market size (population) increases, the overall variety always increases. The firms’ product line and price increase (decrease) when the elasticity of substitution increases (decreases), whereas the firm size (output) reacts oppositely (when both cost functions are strictly convex). This suggests a theoretical rationale for cross-countries differences in the size and scope of firms, or for possible consequences of trade liberalization.

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  • February 2nd, 2012

Laboratory referative seminar
A report on «Gravity, Market Potential, and Economic Development (K. Head, T. Mayer (2010)» by student A.Skolkova
Presentation was connected with the paper of K.Head, T.Mayer (2010), that provided evidence on the long-term impact of market potential on economic development. Authors evaluated this market potential for all countries in the world with available trade data over the 1960-2003 period and related it to income per capita. Overall results showed that access to markets had essential effect on income per capita within the country, so they reconciled with the previous research in this field (Redding and Venables, 2004; Hering and Poncet, 2010).

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  • January 26th, 2012

Public research seminar
A report on "Monopolistic Competition in the presence of large and small firms" by leading researcher of the TMSE Ph.D. S.Kokovin (Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Branch of RAS im.S.L.Soboleva)
In this paper we study a model of differentiated market involving a handful of oligopolistic firms and a myriad of monopolistically competitive firms. Under various specifications of preferences, we show that the presence of small non-strategic firms is sufficient for the strategic interactions among oligopolistic firms to be diluted when monopolistically competitive firms can freely enter and exit the market in response to oligopolistic firms' behavior. Furthermore, the oligopolistic firms adopt the same pricing rule as the monopolistically competitive firms. Our results also hold for heterogeneous firms.

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  • January 24th, 2012

Laboratory referative seminar
A report on "Oligopoly "A la cournot" in a general equilibrium analysis (Jaskold Gabszewicz, Jean & Vial, Jean-Philippe, Journal of Economic Theory, 1972)", student I.Lashin
In this paper we study a model Gabszewicz and Vial, in which producers compete with production plans, and provide them with resources of the household, get a fixed share of firm output, and then share the benefits of a competitive market. This model focuses on the difference of global competition and local Cournot-Walras equilibrium, shown in the report as an example of economies with different utility functions of households. An equally important issue raised in the article and the report - a significant difference between the results when choosing a different numeraire. Difference in results obtained by the authors when performing simple mathematical operations have not been explained and require further study.

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  • January 23rd, 2012

Laboratory research seminar
A report on "The multiplicity of equilibria and catastrophe in the general model of monopolistic competition," Ph.D. student of  Bocconi University (Italy) A. Gorn.
In this paper we study a generalization of the classical model of monopolistic competition for general utility (non-CES-functions). It is shown that under utility function that generates a non-monotone marginal revenue multiple asymmetric equilibria have to appear at some point. This point is characterized by two global maxima profit function of firms, ie for firms it doesn’t matter which of the two volumes of goods to produce. Therefore, a ratio of (identical) firms chooses to product large quantity of the goods, when other firms produce small quantity good. This idea determines the asymmetry of the equilibrium. The multiplicity of equilibria arises here because it is impossible to strictly define how many firms choose the production of each of the volumes and the ratio of large and small firms can vary greatly. Therefore, asymmetry and multiplicity appear and disappear together.

With increasing population in the country at that point there will be a big gap in the number of firms, consumption of individual variety and utility, which can be interpreted as a catastrophe when utility decreases crucially with decreasing population.

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2011

  • December 21, 2011

Public lecture

A report on "The problem of collective responsibility" by A. Savvateev (ALCOA Foundation Assistant Professor of Economics).

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  • December 8, 2011

Public research seminar

A report on "Home market effect in a generalized model of monopolistic competition" by Senior Research Fellow E. Zhelobodko

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  • November 17, 2011

Public research seminar

A report on "Models of monopolistic competition: from Chamberlin to Melitz" by Director and Senior Research Fellow Dr. of Sci. in Phys./Mathematics V. Matveenko

The theme of the report was a review of models of monopolistic competition.

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