“ NES now has the best modern economics library in the Russian Federation, and it is open to the public…” --Eric Bergloef, Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics, from Transition Newsletter, May-June-July, 2000. Library of the New Economic School Moscow, Russia.
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“NES now has the best modern economics library in the Russian Federation, and it is open to the public…”
--Eric Bergloef, Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics,
from Transition Newsletter, May-June-July, 2000.
Founded in 1992
Zvi Griliches & Andreu Mas Colell
- The most current economics publications
-Contemporary textbookson topics taught at NES, including Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Econometrics, Statistics, Mathematics, Game Theory,
History of Economic Thought, Transition Economics, etc.
- Comprehensive study aides for English, and test preparation materials for TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, etc.
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The acquisition of up-to-date literature has been possible thanks to the continued financial support and generous donations from foreign and Russian scholars and individuals, foreign institutes and universities, and through grants awarded from the following foundations:
Special Collections Area
KarinaTer-Akopyan, Head Librarian
Larissa Kryuchkkova, Elena Gorodnicheva,Librarians
New Economic School
Nakhimovskii Prospekt, 47
Phone: (+7-095) 129-4611
Email: [email protected]
Open daily10.00 to 20.00
The library is open to NES students, faculty, staff, Outreach participants, and alumni, and to affiliates of EERC, economists from other Russian and foreign educational and research institutes, and visiting scholars.