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The Legacy of Robert Solow

Robert Solow, the author of the famous model of economic growth and one of the most renowned economists, a student of Nobel laureate Wassily Leontief and a teacher of many Nobel laureates, passed away on December 21, 2023. Konstantin Egorov, a Visiting Professor at the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance and NES graduate, recalls his great legacy in a column

Sat, 23 December 2023
GURU, Konstantin Egorov
23
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The Professional Passions of Research Economists

In this column, NES graduate Konstantin Egorov writes about the work of academic economists. Dispelling the stereotypes, he shows that it is an extremely interesting job that can benefit from a broad knowledge base and a range of skills.

Tue, 21 November 2023
Konstantin Egorov, GURU
547
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New Global Economic Architecture – What Can It Be?

In a recent episode of the “Economics Out Loud” podcast, NES Professor Konstantin Egorov and Professor of Economics at the University of California, Los Angeles Oleg Itskhoki discussed the future of the Russian economy, exchange rates, and the government’s capacity to stabilize the economy. The main takeaways follow in the GURU…

Mon, 18 July 2022
GURU, Konstantin Egorov
18
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Sat, 20 November 2021
Konstantin Egorov
5
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Tue, 29 June 2021
Konstantin Egorov
0
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NES and Bank of Russia Second Joint International Research Workshop

On February 24, the New Economic School and the Central Bank of Russia held a joint research workshop "Financial Dollarization: Causes and Consequences", which was attended by experts from the Central Banks of Argentina, Armenia and Russia, as well as NES and HSE professors.

In his opening speech, Alexander…

Thu, 4 March 2021
Konstantin Egorov, Anna Obizhaeva
1524
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NES and Bank of Russia joint International Research Workshop

On October 8, the New Economic School and the Central Bank of Russia held a joint research workshop “Research on Granular Credit Registry/History Data with Implications for Monetary Policy and (Macro-) prudential Regulation”. The event was attended by experts from the Central Banks of Argentina, Italy and Russia, as well as NES professors.

Tue, 13 October 2020
Anna Obizhaeva, Konstantin Egorov
317
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