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The School of World Economy brings together departments that traditionally formed the backbone of research into global economic processes. The most important areas of research are:
The School's leading specialists include well-known researchers, theorists and practitioners who have a comprehensive understanding of their subjects. As ecperienced teachers they can explain the complex problems in global economy, the interaction between the various different processes underway, and the origins of the main trends to Russian and international students. They bring theory to life – linking it with current challenges in the global economy.
Working with students as junior colleagues not only means that they get a full breadth of knowledge, but also help create these future specialists who will be in demand and effective in business, state institutions, and science.