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Regular version of the site

Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis 2010

Venue: Konobeevo
Dates: 2 — 6 July 2010 
Project Proposals     Program 

Interview with Elena Podkolzina (in Russian)
Interview with Maria Yudkevich and other RSSIA2010 experts and participants (in Russian)
What do Experts expect from RSSIA 2010? Why is RSSIA participation useful?


FACULTY
Koen Schoors
Georgy Artemov
Maria Yudkevich
Russell Pittman
Yaroslav Kuzminov
Hannes Mueller
Andrei Bremzen
 
PARTICIPANTS


Daria
Anosova
Russia


Anna
Barsukova
Russia


Margarita

Belyaletdinova
Russia


Amit K.
Biswas
Germany


Inna
Borodina
Russia


Chen
Cheng
China


Elina
Dayanova
Russia


Anastasia
Eremina
Russia


Jelena M.
Filipovic
Serbia


Hinnerk
Gnutzmann
Italy


Nadezhda
Goreyko
Russia


Vera
Kankalovich
Ukraine


Daniel
Karabekyan
Russia


Sofya
Kiselgof
Russia


Dmitry
Kislitsyn
Russia


Arkady
Konovalov
Russia


Dmitry
Krylov
Russia


Yegor
Lazarev
Russia


Veronika
Malanina
Russia


Rinat
Menyashev

Russia


Anna
Mishura
Russia


Lifang
Pan
China


Eugine
Pavlov
Russia


Svetlana
Pivovarova
Russia


Veronika
Shibkova
Russia


Piotr
Spievanowski
Italy


Olga
Spiridonova
Russia


Roman
Vakulchuk
Germany


Olga
Vasilieva
Russia
 
In 2010 we received more than 100 applications from different regions of Russia and the world. The applicants were from: Almaty, Beijing, Belgrade, Calcutta, Delhi, Dresden, Florence, Wuhan, Astrakhan, Belgorod, Blagoveshchensk, Volgograd, Voronezh, Yekaterinburg, Izhevsk, Yoshkar-Ola, Irkutsk, Kazan, Kemerovo, Kiev, Kostroma, Krasnoyarsk, Minsk, Moscow, Nizhnekamsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novokuznetsk, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Penza, Perm, Petrozavodsk, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, St. Petersburg, Seversk, Tomsk,  Shakhty.
In 2010 RSSIA was first held in English as a working language.