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First Russian Alumni Dinner in Moscow

Posted on 13/03/2012

Ten alumni joined us for the first Russian Alumni Reunion Dinner, which was held last month in Moscow. A range of years of graduation and subjects of study made for an interesting evening filled with lively conversations and discussion. Dr. Ija Trapeznikova made a short presentation on her most recent research in the field of Labour Economics. Jennifer Rich, International Officer, was also present to give an update on College life, including news about the Olympics and new scholarships.

The evening was a great success and we hope to continue this with future events. Alumni were pleased to have been given the opportunity to connect with their peers; these relationships will only be strengthened as the community grows. If you would like more information about attending Russian Alumni events, please contact Fiona.Redding@rhul.ac.uk

Photos from the event now online, visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/RHULManagement

Information about Ija Trapeznikova

Ija Trapeznikova completed her BA at the University of Latvia and her MA at the Central European University (Budapest, Hungary). She obtained her Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University (Evanston, USA) in 2010 under supervision of Dale Mortensen (Nobel Prize Laureate 2010). Her research interests lie at the intersection of Labour Economics and Macroeconomics. In particular, Ija is working on empirical applications of a search theory of unemployment, estimation of firm labour demand and labour productivity.


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