dedicated to the “Global economic environment: Recent Trends”

18/08/2013

Stockholm School of Economics, Russia conducted the first webinar, dedicated to the “Global economic environment: Recent Trends”.

The webinar was held by Vassily Dermanov, Associate Professor of the Higher School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (Strategic and International management department).
Vassily Dermanov has been teaching at different Executive MBA and MBA programs in the leading European business schools. Besides State University, he is delivering his courses on macroeconomics at LUT (Finland), HEC (France) and SSE Russia. His major subjects belong to macroeconomics, global economy, intellectual capital and strategic resource management.

To view the webinar in the original, high quality, you need to download and install original player andoriginal video file
To view the webinar under MACOS please use another player - link to the package

  Video file in original mvror format; 144 Mb, 2 hours

You can watch the broadcast on channel SSE Russia Youtube.com

1st part  (1 hour): 



link to the 2nd part (1 hour ) on Youtube

Stockholm School of Economics, Russia conducted the first webinar, dedicated to the “Global economic environment: Recent Trends”.

The webinar was held by Vassily Dermanov, Associate Professor of the Higher School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (Strategic and International management department).
Vassily Dermanov has been teaching at different Executive MBA and MBA programs in the leading European business schools. Besides State University, he is delivering his courses on macroeconomics at LUT (Finland), HEC (France) and SSE Russia. His major subjects belong to macroeconomics, global economy, intellectual capital and strategic resource management.

To view the webinar in the original, high quality, you need to download and install original player andoriginal video file
To view the webinar under MACOS please use another player - link to the package

  Video file in original mvror format; 144 Mb, 2 hours

You can watch the broadcast on channel SSE Russia Youtube.com

1st part  (1 hour): 



link to the 2nd part (1 hour ) on Youtube

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