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PhD workshop and PhD seminar. XVIII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development

 PHD WORKSHOP “FINANCIAL MARKETS AND CORPORATE STRATEGIES: COMPARATIVE STUDIES”

Moderators: I. Ivashkovskaya (HSE), A. Karminsky (HSE)

April, 14
10:00-6:30pm
Room 426,
Мyasnitskaya 11
ENG

Session Ea-13-16. PhD workshop “Financial Markets and Corporate Strategies: Comparative Studies”

Moderator: I. Ivashkovskaya (HSE), A. Karminsky (HSE)

The seminar will be held on April 14, 2017 as a part of the XVIII April International Academic Conference On Economic and Social Development at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow. Contributions from all fields of finance are invited. Submissions that use emerging capital markets data and comparison with European and other developed capital markets are especially welcome.
We are pleased to announce Dr. João Paulo Vieito the Professor of Finance at Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo, Portugal and the Chairman of The World Finance Conference as key note speaker.
The main objective of the seminar is to foster contacts and stimulate exchange between young scholars, as well as to introduce the Higher School of Economics to a new generation of highly qualified young researchers. PhD students will be invited to give 20 minutes presentations, and will then receive detailed feedback from senior academics in the field.



 EACES-HSE PHD SEMINAR “REGIONAL ASPECTS OF LABOUR MARKET, MIGRATION, INVESTMENT, EDUCATION, HOUSING, HEALTH AND OTHER FIELDS”

Moderators: O. Demidova (HSE), A. Yakovlev (HSE)

April, 14
10:00-11:30am
Room 429, 
Мyasnitskaya 11
ENG

Session I-13. Keynote lecture by Prof. Francesco Pastore (University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” and IZA) “Primum vivere … Industrial Change, Job Destruction and the Geographical Distribution of Unemployment”

Moderator: O. Demidova (HSE)

This research aims to provide a frame of mind to understand the link between structural change and regional unemployment, and, based on it, to survey the most recent literature. An overly optimistic view on the ability of the adjustment mechanism to generate convergence in local unemployment rates has long neglected the question of how regional imbalances arise in the first place. The availability of new longitudinal data sets allows us looking again at this issue with a fresh look, starting from patterns of reallocation among labour market statuses. The main conclusion of recent research is that high unemployment regions have a higher, not a lower rate of reallocation; this suggests, in turn, that they do not suffer from low job creation, but, rather, from high job destruction, and this is because of the low competitiveness of any economic activity. Our findings sound as a renowned justification of the need for demand side policy, especially aimed at increasing the life expectancy of private businesses in high unemployment regions.

12:00-1:30pm
Room 429, М-11
ENG

Session I-14. Regional aspects of labour market

Moderator: F. Pastore (University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” and IZA)

K. Andreeva (HSE)

European Experience of the Labor Market Regulation in Football: Lessons for Russia (abstract)
B. Rao (IIT Roorkee)
Neo-Liberalism and Labour Relations: Is It Change or Continuum? A Case of Construction Workers (abstract)
Z. Ybrayev (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Inflation Targeting, Financial Dollarization and Labor Market Responses: The Case of Eurasian Economic Union (abstract)
Discussant: E. Semerikova (HSE)

3:00-4:30pm
Room 429, М-11
EN

Session I-15. Macroeconomic aspects of spatial development

Moderator: P. Daddi (University of Perugia)



P. Singh (IIT Roorkee) The Economic Growth and Rising Burden of Health Care Expenditure in Northeast (abstract
A. Talipova (HSE) The Influence of European Gas Hubs Liberalization on Competition and Gas Pricing Formulas Transformation (abstract)
A. Kirillov (HSE) Modelling of inflation for Russian regions taking into account spatial effects (abstract)
Discussant: A. Gladysheva (HSE)

5:00-6:30pm
Room 429, М-11
ENG

Session I-16. Spatial disparities of Russian regions

Moderator: O. Demidova (HSE)



I. Efremova (TyumSU) Spatial Development Disparities in the Russian North (abstract)
A. Philippova (HSE) Child benefits policies: comparative analysis of Russian regions (abstract)
V. Mikhalchuk (HSE) Domestic M&A in Russia: performance and success factors (abstract)
Discussants: A. Oshchepkov (HSE), M. Kokoreva (HSE)