‘British Sociologists Have Found...’ or the Problem of Cooperation of Social Sciences with the Press
On March 7, 2013, Grigory Tarasevich, science department editor at the Russian Reporter magazine, delivered a report on ‘“British sociologists have found...” or the problem of cooperation of social sciences with the press’ at the HSE Laboratory for Comparative Social Research.
The Third International Sociological Conference ‘Following Grushin’ was held in Moscow on February 28 - March 1, 2013. At this event NGO ‘Eurasian Monitor’ and the HSE Laboratory for Comparative Social Research organized a joint session ‘General and Special. Similarities and Differences of Social Attitudes in the Post-socialist World’.
‘Economics and Geography’ was the topic of the 12th Annual Conference of the series of Leontief Readings which took place from February 15-16, 2013, at the Leontief Centre with the support of the Saint Petersburg government. Theoreticians and empirical researchers looked for answers related to the spatial development of cities, regional inequality and transport.
Deals on government commissions, the anti-corruption declaration, murderers and job creators, the economy of Runet, the Russian internet; the most curious and useful research for economic policy carried out by HSE over the last year.