Thanks to a Faculty of Social Sciences grant, Olga Minchenko has completed training at a summer school for programme and policy assessment in Paris.
Staff from the Public Administration and Governance Department shared the results of their research with MPA students from the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom).
On 26 December, NRU HSE hosted the defence of a dissertation for the award of an HSE PhD in Public and Municipal Governance. The first PhD in this new specialist field was awarded to Alexander Larionov, Junior Research Associate at the HSE Institute for Public Administration and Governance.
Over the course of recent years, Associate Professor Daniil Tsygankov from the HSE Institute of Public Administration and Governance has been studying approaches to evidence-based business regulation. Today he will be sharing his experience, gained from conferences, workshops and practical work in this area.
Director of the Department for Public Administration and Governance Andrey Klimenko took part in the international Deans' Forum for schools of public policy, organised by Shanghai Jiaotong University.
Over the last three years, Associate Professor Daniil Tsygankov from the HSE Institute of Public Administration and Governance has been studying how the Netherlands, Germany and Russia all introduce the standard cost model, a promising tool for assessing the impact of state regulation on business. Today he will be sharing his experience, gained from conferences, placements, field and practical work in this area.
Director of the Department for Public Administration and Governance of NRU HSE Andrey Klimenko took part in a meeting of the Council under the Plenipotentiary Representative of the Russian President in the Volga Federal Region, held in Orenburg on 28 March.
Andrey Klimenko visited the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin to discuss opportunities to expand collaboration in education and science under a previously executed agreement. The meeting was attended by the School's Dean Prof. Helmut K. Anheier, and professors G. Hammerschmidt and M. Hallerberg.