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School of Business Administration

Publications
Book
Doing business in the non-ferrous metals industry: how to survive in a mature market in crisis

Lipsits I. V., Vigdorchik E.

Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2015.

Article
The impact of market orientation levels on business performance results: The case of the service industry in Russia

Kazakov S. P.

Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes. 2016. Vol. 8. No. 3. P. 296-309.

Book chapter
Correspondence Analysis of Multirelational Multilevel Networks

Zhu M., Kuskova V., Stanley Wasserman et al.

In bk.: Multilevel Network Analysis for the Social Sciences. Springer, 2016. P. 145-172.

Working paper
HEM Ltd. Launching a new Project (C)

Gurkov I. B.

management. 316-0137-1. the case centre, 2016. No. 316-0137-1.

The School of Business Administration was created on April 20, 2015 on the basis of HSE’s Faculty of Management.


HSE Master’s Programmes in EdUnversal Ranking

On December 24 the results of the EdUniversal annual ranking of business schools and universities were announced. HSE Master’s programme in Human Resource Management took the second place in the ranking among the Eastern Europe universities.

What Career Trajectories Can A Master’s Graduate Choose?

Usually they choose to work in a company or to go on to study for a doctorate. But Ekaterina Kolpakova, HSE master’s graduate, decided to continue her studies and applied for an international MBA programme. She told us about her decision in an interview.

The HSE and SEC Hospitality Training and Consulting have recently signed the agreement of cooperation

The HSE and SEC Hospitality Training and Consulting have recently signed the agreement of cooperation. This agreement opens new brilliant opportunities for the students of the Tourism and Hotel Management Specialization of the Master’s program Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management of the Faculty of Business and Management

Eduniversal Confers 3 Palmes of Excellence on HSE Faculty of Business and Management

Eduniversal Confers 3 Palmes of Excellence on HSE Faculty of Business and ManagementEduniversal, the international rankings agency has awarded the 3 Palms of Excellence level to the HSE Faculty of Business and Management and recognised it as ‘an outstanding business school with increasing international influence’. An HSE representative received the certificate in a ceremony on campus at Harvard University.

International Conference on Tourism in Transition Economies – Problems, Prospects, and the Competitiveness of Destinations

On May 20-21 the International Conference on Tourism in Transition Economies – Problems, Prospects, and the Competitiveness of Destinations took place in Sochi. The conference was held at Sochi State University in the framework of the project ‘Network for Excellence in Tourism through Organizations and Universities in Russia’ (NETOUR). Several HSE staff members took part in the conference.

Improving Academic Writing with Oklahoma State University

Marina Predvoditeleva, Associate Professor at the HSE Faculty of Management and Associate Professor Elizaveta Slevitch talk about the first results of cooperation between Oklahoma State University and HSE on the specialisation 'Tourism and Hotel Management' on the Master’s programme 'Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management'.

HSE’s Faculty Expansion in Home Stretch

The ‘big’ Faculty of Business and Management is being formed at the Higher School of Economics. The Faculty will include the current Faculties of Management, Logistics, and Business Informatics, which will be turned into schools.

The Tourism Industry Needs to Rethink Values

People who work in the tourism industry recognize values that matter to companies, but do not always share them. In fact, in recent years, the tourism business is in a complex condition, and a values-based approach could benefit companies working in this sector, research carried out by Kira Reshetnikova and Marina Predvoditeleva, of the HSE Faculty of Management, indicates.

E-shops Use Discounts to Boost Sales

Low prices, cheap delivery and positive purchaser reviews are all factors that make e-shops attractive to Russian shoppers. In order to compete more effectively for customers with offline stores, online retailers need to decrease their margins say Associate Professor at the Faculty of Management Elena Panteleeva and researcher with the Client Satisfaction and Loyalty Research and Study Group at HSE, Flora Shamiryan, in their report ‘The influence of consumer experience among online shop clients on their satisfaction and loyalty.’

Employee Engagement Benefits the Company

Employee engagement is essential to company performance. Mid-level managers tend to be the most engaged type of employees, according to a study by Veronica Kabalina and Ludmila Cheglakova of the HSE's Faculty of Management.