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It was held at the initiative of students from the HSE Master program “Socioeconomic and political development of modern Asia”. Students from various HSE masters’ programs, bachelors from the School of Asian studies and guests from other Russian universities were invited to share the results of their research.
The scientific meeting was carried out within one of the leading research areas for the School of Asian studies - “East – West dialogue”. Leading professors of this research group Prof. Olga Volosuyk and Prof. Olga Nesterova opened this Round table and Prof. Alexey Maslov, head of the School of Asian studies, delivered a welcome address.
During the opening ceremony Prof. Mikhail Karpov, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Round table, had pointed, that studying the dialogue between East and West is one of the key areas of research in modern oriental studies and the themes students proposed for discussion are fully within contemporary scientific trends.
Two sections were organized in this Round table: “Economics and Business” and “Politics and Society”, where students from HSE faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, faculty of Social Sciences and Kursk State University, faculty of History Sciences, made presentations. The conference for the first time gained the status of international through the participation of students from Indonesia, Vietnam, Nigeria, Myanmar and the Ukraine.
Members of the Organizing Committee highly praised all the presentations. In recognition of professional excellence the following works have been selected as the best papers of the conference: «A Bridge in Cross-Cultural Negotiations between Japan and Russian Companies», whose author was Yulia Kazakova, and «Traditional Japanese-style Management on the Threshold of Future: Specifics, Challenges, and Perspectives», whose author was Ani Agekyan. The following participants were awarded as second prize winners: Dinh Le Hong Giang «China’s peaceful rise», Daria Strelavina «The Phenomenon of New Wars: Changing Nature and Violence Diplomacy» and Elizaveta Moiseeva «Characteristics of Chinese Economy: Economic Growth Sustainability».