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Head of Corporate Finance Research Center, Dr., tenured professor
The workshop is held as part of the Yasin (April) International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, organized by the HSE University.
Each year, the conference brings together a large number of researchers from leading universities around the world and offers a variety of topics for discussion.
Researchers from all fields of financial science are invited to participate.
Speakers who can offer advanced analysis of emerging capital markets and their comparison to European and other developed capital markets are particularly welcome.
The main goal of the workshop is to foster the development of the academic environment and encourage the exchange of knowledge between young researchers.
PhD students are invited to make 20-minute presentation, which will be provided by detailed feedback from academics and experts in the field.
The best papers will be published in one of the best Russian academic journals - “Journal of Corporate Finance Research”. For many years the journal has been included in the VAK`s list and is indexed in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI), as well as in the DOAJ, RePEc, EBSCO, SSRN, Publons, Mendeley databases. Since 2015, the “Journal of Corporate Finance Research” has been included in the top 1000 Russian journals of the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) based on the Web of Science database.
To participate in the seminar send a 3-page abstract and abstract of the report with clearly formulated ideas of the main research hypotheses, methods, data and results, as well as a short summary to the organizing committee of the seminar, by April 2024, .
E-mail of the workshop organising committee: PhDworkshop@hse.ru
Head of the School of Finance
Professor, Organizing Committee of the Workshop School of Finance, Higher School of Economics