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‘I Am Able to Tell My Students Things That I Always Wanted to Tell People in Russia’

Ana Livia Araujo Esteves at the IV International Conference ‘The World Majority in the Contemporary International Realities’ at HSE University, December 2022
Ana Livia Araujo Esteves, from Sao Paulo, Brazil, is a journalist, a third-year doctoral student of International Relations, and visiting lecturer at the HSE School of International Regional Studies. In her interview for the HSE News Service, she speaks about her motivation to carry out research and teach students in Russia, shares some tips for people from Latin America living in Moscow, and talks about why a dog can be a reason to stay in Russia for just a bit longer.

Globalisation Has Failed to Reduce Inequality

Globalisation Has Failed to Reduce Inequality
Contrary to established theory, globalisation has increased, rather than reduced, inequality in emerging economies. To solve this problem, more opportunities should be created enabling people to acquire new skills. Nobel Prize laureate and Professor at Harvard, Eric S. Maskin, who is also Chief Research Fellow at the International Centre of Decision Choice and Analysis of the HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences and Honorary Professor at HSE University, shared his insights on the topic.

‘Like Electricity, AI Can Bring Incredible Benefits’

‘Like Electricity, AI Can Bring Incredible Benefits’
Developments in the field of artificial intelligence are gradually taking over the world. AI has the potential to bring incredible benefits to the global economy and our quality of life, but it also creates new challenges. Panos Pardalos, Professor at the University of Florida, Academic Supervisor of the Laboratory of Algorithms and Technologies for Networks Analysis (Nizhny Novgorod), covered these issues, along with other related topics, in his recent report.