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Contacts
Head of Department Angel Barajas
Deputy Head Olga N. Volkova

 

 

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Book
E3S Web of Conferences 164, 2020. TPACEE-2019

Markovskaya E., Мельникова М. Д., Kukhtin P. et al.

EDP Sciences, 2020.

Book chapter
The price of football depends on the owner of the ball and the unbalance of the league

Sánchez L. C., Barajas A., Sánchez-Fernández P.

In bk.: Outcome Uncertainty in Sporting Events: Winning, Losing and Competitive Balance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020. Ch. 8. P. 114-134.

Working paper
The Influence of Capital Structure on the Value of Public Companies in Chemical Industry

Markovskaya E., Bitiukova A. V.

Social Science Research Network. Social Science Research Network. SSRN, 2018. No. 3105478.

Tag "Reporting an event" – News

More Strategies: Good Ones, Various Ones!

More Strategies: Good Ones, Various Ones!
On March 14, as a part of the "Performance Management" course, business games were held, organized by Markovskaya Elizaveta (PhD, Assosiate Professor at the Department of Finance).

To grow above the dream

Second year student of Master in Finance programme Vassiliy Chirkov, among the other members of DG_Tram team, won the first prize in "Above the Dream" winter school - the final step of "Troika Dialog" grantees programme

Master class by Professor Pawel Lula "Introduction to Data Mining"

On October, 14th, Professor Pawel Lula from Cracow University of Economics performed a master-class on data mining in R for students of our Master in Finance, and also the students of other master and bachelor programmes of HSE St. Petersburg and St. Petersburg State University of Economics

Our student is in Top 100 of ACCA competition "CFO Generation"

Ilya Sobolev is among ythe top 100 best students in this all-Russian competition

Trading Game: Amasing and Useful

Our master's programme includes the presentation of "Trading Game" in the Winter school curriculum. For future students it is an interesting attraction, but how present master students assess their participation in the game?