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Estimating a Non-parametric Memory Kernel for Mutually Exciting Point Processes

Clements A., Hurn S., Lindsay K. et al.

Journal of Financial Econometrics. 2023. P. 1-22.

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Ontologies to Reduce Uncertainty in R&D Project Planning

Stoianova O.V., Moskaleva V.D.

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Equilibrium existence and uniqueness in additive trade models

Slepov Fedor, Kokovin S. G.

Basic research program. WP BRP. National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2023. No. 262/EC/2023.

What happens after 4%?

Director of the department of economics and academic head of MA Program in Applied Economics and Mathematical Methods Sergey Slobodyan talked at the XXVI International Financial Congress “Finance for Development”, which took place July 12-14, 2017 in St Petersburg with support from the Central Bank of Russia.

What happens after 4%?

At the Roundtable 4.1, “4% inflation: what now? International experience in sustaining inflation close to targets”, he compared success of the Bank of Russia in bringing inflation to its target of 4% with the international experience of dis-inflating central banks, and talked about perspectives of using measured inflation expectations in future Bank of Russia’s inflation targeting policy. The Roundtable was moderated by Igor Dmitriev, Director, Monetary Policy Department, Bank of Russia