About the Department
The Department of Finance was created on the basis of the Department of Financial Markets which was founded in 1998 and is the oldest in the campus. The staff have a broad spectrum of research interests including problems of corporate finance, financial markets and institutions, risk, corporate tax planning, accounting and audits and innovation.
In the quickly changing dynamics of the world economy, having impeccable grades is no longer enough to secure a good job. A practice-based Master’s programme in Finance from The Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg might be exactly what you need to have your career take off.
The paper "Market reaction at the announcements on hostile takeovers: Russian and European markets" was published by our student Natalia Maricheva and Prof Elena Rogova in Electronic Journal of Corporate Finance
Department of Finance invites to participate in research seminar. Keynote is Svetlana Boyarchenko, the University of Texas in Austin
On March, 9, 2017, at 14.00, we will discuss problems of asset pricing, derivatives, econometrics of financial markets.
Organizational-economic Mechanism for the Assessment of the Creditworthiness of Counterparties in the Interbank Market
Anastasia Kanaeva (Vasilieva), the graduate of Master in Finance (2015), published a paper together with her research advisor, associate professor Elizaveta Markovskaya, in the Journal of Economic Policy
We are glad to announce forthcoming open research seminar of St Petersburg School of Economics and Management HSE. Professor Štěpán Jurajda (CERGE-EI) will present his paper «Comparing Real Wage Rates using McWages». The seminar will take place on Nov 25, 2016, at 17:30, at Kantemirovskaya 3A, room 346.
If you would like to attend the seminar, please send your name and affiliation to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The paper of our student Angelika Kolkina and associate professor Varvara Nazarove from department of finance "Corporate Governance and Effectiveness of a Diversified Company: Russian Experience" is published in issue 3(39) of Journal of Corporate Finance Research
"Up to 80% of a business's value today can be in intangible areas. While financial reporting remains a very important pillar of corporate reporting, it is not enough on its own to explain how an organization creates value over time", – Neil Stevenson, Managing Director (Global Implementation) of International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), participant of the 12th Interdisciplinary Workshop "Intangibles, Intellectual Capital and Extra-Financial Information", is sure.