International Scientific Relations
Scientific relations of the Laboratory cover the entire spectrum of interaction with scientific organizations and researchers from abroad: exchange of experience at conferences and seminars, work in professional associations and editorial boards of scientific journals, joint research and participation in international projects, work as visiting researchers, and lecturers.
Over the period of 2003-2008, Laboratory staff members made more than 80 presentations at international economic and mathematical conferences, seminars at foreign universities and research centers. Foreign colleagues, in turn, regularly report results of their research at the scientific seminar of the Laboratory.
The Laboratory has participated in a number of international projects (New Economic School international research program "Transforming Government in Economies in Transition", co-director - Victor Polterovich; Russian-Dutch Cooperation, head - Gleb Koshevoy; etc.). Our staff members actively conduct joint research with foreign colleagues. Over 15 articles published by the Laboratory researchers in international journals have been written in collaboration with professors from foreign universities: University of Chicago, University of Toulouse, Southern Methodist University (Dallas, USA), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, etc.
Laboratory staff members have worked as visiting professors and researchers at leading foreign universities and research centers: Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Pennsylvania, University of Paris-6, Kyoto University, the Gaspard Monge Institute (Paris, France), the Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in Transition, etc. Also, our staff members supervised post-graduate students abroad (Victor Polterovich, University of Paris-1, Sorbonne; G. Henkin, University of Paris-6). Young laboratory researchers held post-doctoral positions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (N. Volchkova) and Center for Operations Research and Econometrics, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium (Alexei Savvateev).