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Deputy Dean for Student Affairs Ekaterina O. Suchkova
Deputy Dean for Research and International Relations Anna Novak
Book
Global Challenges of Digital Transformation of Markets

Granitsa, Y.V.

Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2021.

Article
Does judicial effort matter for quality? Evidence from antitrust proceedings in Russian commercial courts

Avdasheva S. B., Golovanova S., Sidorova E.

European Journal of Law and Economics. 2022. Vol. 53. No. 3. P. 425-450.

Book chapter
Analysis of the innovative development of circumpolar countries in the context of the fourth industrial revolution

Krasulina O. Y., Rossokhin V. V., Anosova N. E. et al.

In bk.: International Round Table "Industry 4,0 Technologies in the Arctic". Iss. 816. IOP Publishing, 2021. Ch. 012002. P. 1-11.

Working paper
Evaluating the 2013 Islamic Banking Regulation Capital Reform Implication for the Valuation of the Islamic Banks

Stefanenko V., Савенко Д. А., Penikas H. I.

2021 International Conference on Sustainable Islamic Business and Finance. 5-6 Dec. 2021. IEEE, 2021

On the Economy and More — From the Italian Perspective

As part of an Erasmus Plus project, the Faculty of Economics hosted a series of lectures and a master class by professors from the partner University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy).

On May 20-22, the Faculty of Economics hosted a series of lectures and a master class by professors from the partner University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) as part of an Erasmus Plus project. Invited professors Tiziana Laureti, Giulio Guarini and Ilaria Benedetti discussed various aspects of the statistical processing of economic and financial data, as well as problems of the economic crisis with undergraduate and graduate students of the faculty.

The guest professors noted both the Nizhny Novgorod students' enthusiasm and active participation in the classroom as well as their high level of proficiency in statistics, especially for such a short period of study (2-3 courses). The 1st year students were able to attend a lecture on macroeconomics, and they demonstrated both linguistic and professional competency.

The faculty professors and instructors also discussed prospects for joint research projects with their Italian colleagues.


We thank our Italian guests for the interesting lectures and we thank Associate Professor of the Department of Information Systems and Technologies of the Faculty IMCS Pavel Malyzhenkov for the opportunity to hold them.