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East European “BigBang” Revisiting East Asia? Why Chinese “Gradual Transition” Can End Up with “Shock Therapy”

Karpov M.

Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations. 2018. Vol. 4. No. 1. P. 179-202.

Book chapter
China’s Institutional “Miracle”— Party-State in the Transition to Market Economy: Potential and Limits of Systemic Sustainability

Karpov M.

In bk.: DILEMMAS AND CHALLENGES OF THE CHINESE ECONOMY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ECONOMIC POLICY EFFECTS OF THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE. BUDAPEST BUSINESS SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, 2018. P. 107-138.

Working paper
The Political Role of the Russian Consulates in Mongolia in the Mongolian National Liberation Movement in the Early 20th Century

Sizova A.

Basic research program. WP BRP. National research university Higher School of economics, 2016. No. 119.

Ringing in the New Year, Asian Style

Students of the School of Asian Studies rang in the Korean and Chinese New Years, respectively, with lively celebrations this past week.

Christmas Meeting of Business Psychologists

This year's guest at the Christmas meetings of the master's programme 'Psychology in Business' was one of the most known Russian experts on the development of business relations with China, Professor Alexei Maslov. Professor Maslov is the head of the HSE School of Asian Studies. He holds the Doctor of Historical Sciences degree and is a writer and expert on unique traditions of Eastern Asia.

“China under Xi Jinping: the Political Strategy after 2012”

“China under Xi Jinping: the Political Strategy after 2012”
November 27, professor Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau China Institute at King's College, London, UK visited our university to give a lecture called “China under Xi Jinping: the Political Strategy after 2012”.

IV European summer school in oriental studies 'Road to the East' Malta, 2018

30th July-10th August 2018, Mosta, Malta, “From East to West: modern world and cross-cultural connections and conflicts”

Call for applications: 5th scientific student conference "Oriental perspective"

The School of Asian studies, HSE, Moscow is pleased to announce the 5th scientific student conference "Oriental perspective", which is scheduled for May 25-26, 2018.

4 th Oriental Crazy Day Held at HSE

4 th Oriental Crazy Day Held at HSE
On May 20 the HSE School of Asian Studies organized the annual ‘Oriental Crazy Day’ event. Students and lecturers worked together to capture the atmosphere of ‘the East’, and, on Saturday, the HSE building on Trifonovskaya ulitsa opened its doors to everyone interested in Asian studies.

Hypnotized by the Beauty of Russia’s Winter, Indonesian Student of Asian Studies Hopes to Pursue International Career

Aditya Haryo Proboncono, a 27-year-old Indonesian graduate of the University of Indonesia with a Bachelor in Humanities, is currently enrolled at in the HSE School of Asian Studies where he is enjoying courses in the culture, language, history, as well as political and economic development of Asian countries.

HSE Students Serve as Interpreters at International Conferences

HSE Students Serve as Interpreters at International Conferences
First-year students in the Masters’ programme on Socio-political and Economic Development of Modern Asia recently took part in a number of conferences by serving as interpreters at the events for official foreign delegations.

'HSE Is the Best Place for Work on Issues in International Relations'

HSE has held the 5th International Relations Russia-China Summer School 'Eurasia 2020: Prospects for cooperation.' The school has been held since 2011 by the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs jointly with the East China Normal University (Shanghai, China). This year it was held with support from the Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund. This is the only summer school of this kind held in Russia.

Shimada Nobuo on Japanese Swords and the Japanese Soul

On the 15th May, 2015 Shimada Nobuo gave a lecture at HSE on Japanese Military Culture. The event was organised by the  School of Asian Studies at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs. Shimada Nobuo brought some swords from his own workshop and allowed his audience to hold them while he talked about the enduring Japanese interest in weapons of war and the Japanese soul. Owner of the Yamashiroya gallery and specialist on ancient artefacts, Mr Nobuo advises the Japanese ministry of culture and works with the Hermitage and other museums in St Petersburg and around the world helping them with their Japanese collections. He gave his talk in Japanese with Russian translation. He gave this interview to the HSE News Service.
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