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Email: wec@hse.ru

School Head Igor A. Makarov
Academic Supervisor Leonid M. Grigoryev
Deputy Head Natalia V. Supyan
Manager Olga Mulenko
World Economy Section Petr Mozias
Section of Energy and Raw Material Market Valery A. Krukov
World Trade Section Alexey Portanskiy
Section of Global Economic Regulation Vladimir N. Zuev


Investing in Nature as the true engine of our economy A 10-point Action Plan for a Circular Bioeconomy of Wellbeing

Palahí M., Pantsar M., Costanza R. et al.

European Forest Institute, 2020.

More Money — More Births? Estimating Effects of 2007 Family Policy Changes on Probability of Second and Subsequent Births in Russia

Biryukova S., Sinyavskaya O.

Monitoring Obshchestvennogo Mneniya: Ekonomichekie i Sotsial'nye Peremeny. 2021. No. 2. P. 48-72.

Book chapter
Prospects for power supply infrastructure enhancement

Gavrikova E., Горгишели М. В., Kosygina A. V. et al.

In bk.: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 1064 : International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Automation and Control Systems (MEACS 2020) 17thSeptember 2020,Novosibirsk, Russian Federation. IOP Publishing, 2021. P. 1-9.

Working paper
Why Do Japanese MNEs Enter and Exit Foreign Markets?

Deseatnicov I., Fujii D., Kucheryavyy K. et al.

RIETI Discussion Paper Series 20-E-055. RIETI DP. Research Institute of Economy, Trade & Industry, 2020. No. 20-E-055.

The Role of Gases in the Energy Transition – should we consider Europe to be a special case?

On April 7th School of World Economy held an open online seminar with J. Stern, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, as a distinguished speaker.

The Role of Gases in the Energy Transition – should we consider Europe to be a special case?

During the seminar the following topics were discussed:

  • the consequences of the EU decarbonization policy, especially its goals to achieve major greenhouse gas reductions by 2030 and carbon neutrality (Net Zero emissions) by 2050;
  • the gas demand changes in major energy markets where governments have declared carbon neutrality targets, with others having made COP21 commitments, and how this will impact on the future development of pipeline gas and LNG trade;
  • the regional and national issues influencing the future of gases (coal to gas switching; greenhouse gas and especially methane emissions from natural gas and LNG including carbon offsets, affordability of traded gas, renewable/decarbonised gas availability and cost; carbon capture, usage and storage; national carbon pricing and taxation as well as carbon border adjustment mechanisms). 

The seminar was moderated by Leonid Grigoryev (School of World Economy Academic Supervisor, HSE). 

You can view the video on the School’s Youtube channel.