Article co-authored by Andrei Panibratov was nominated for Best Paper award at the AIB conference.
On June 3, the International Meeting on Game Theory was opened at GSOM SPbU downtown campus.
During the seminar, Olga Verkhovskaya and Dmitry Knatko presented the methodology of the study, as well as use cases of the Global Enterpreneurship Monitor (GEM) data in the context of international entrepreneurship development programs.
British magazine The Economist released its Masters in Management 2019 Ranking. GSOM SPbU program Master in Management is ranked 38th.
From 18 to 19 June, the Emerging markets inspiration conference (EMIC) was held at Stockholm Business School. It was attended by Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Personnel Management DepartmentMarina Latukha and Professor of the Department of Strategic and International Management Andrei Panibratov. He received Distinguished Scholar Award
On June 13, GSOM SPbU new Director Olga Dergunova held a meeting with faculty and staff. “Any new person with new ideas, first of all, shouldn’t harm the positive inertia, which moves the development of the organization, as well as understand what the next step will be formulated by the people with whom you go further,” said Olga Dergunova
On June 10-12, International Conference Cyber-Physical Systems and Control (CPS&C'2019) took place in St. Petersburg.
On June 6, during the Advisory Board meeting it was announced that Deputy President and Chairman of VTB Bank Olga Dergunova was appointed as GSOM SPbU Director general. She replaced on this position President and Chairman of the Bank Andrey Kostin who led the School since 2012.
On June 5, MegaFon and St. Petersburg University signed an agreement on strategic cooperation and announced the creation of a 5G digital laboratory at “Mikhailovskaya Dacha” campus. It will be equipped with “fifth generation” test zone
On June 4, GSOM SPbU researchers presented the full version of the national report “GEM Russia 2018-2019”. According to the experts, in 2018, the assessment of the availability of business opportunities in the regions where respondents live was increased by 5% and the assessment of the ease of starting a new business increased by 3%. Despite this, the majority of respondents believe that it is difficult to become a businessman in Russia