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Address: 13, bld 4 Myasnitskaya str., Moscow 101000,

Phone: +7 (495) 772-95-90 ext. 12-604, 12-605,
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Email: city@hse.ru

Administration
Supervisor Kirill Puzanov
Academic Supervisor: 'Urban Planning' Programme Oleg Baevskiy
Academic Supervisor: 'Urban Development and Spatial Planning' Programme Ruslan Goncharov
Academic Supervisor: 'Transportation Planning' Programme Andrew Borisov
Article
Elemental composition of sediments on exterior window surfaces along vertical gradient in Moscow

Olga Nikolaeva, Kuznetsova T., Karpukhin M. et al.

Science of the Total Environment. 2022. Vol. 825.

Book chapter
Metageography of culture: Russian civilization and the North Eurasian development vector

Zamyatin D.

In bk.: The Arctic in a Space of Knowledge: The collection of St Petersburg State University scientific events articles (2020– 2021). St Petersburg State University Press, 2022. Ch. 4. P. 36-53.

Working paper
EXPLORING ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN PARKING OCCUPANCY RATE AT RESIDENTIAL ESTATES AND SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS. THE CASE OF YEKATERINBURG

Muleev Y. Y.

Urban and Transportation Studies. URB. НИУ ВШЭ, 2020. No. 9.

Blair Ruble Gave a Lecture on City Governance at the HSE

On October 24th Blair Ruble, Director of the Kennan Institute and Comparative Urban Studies Project (USA) gave a lecture at the HSE on the development of metropolitan governance around the world.

‘In comparison with other cities her size, Moscow is not in such a bad condition. The infrastructure may be worn, it may not be the most logical, it can certainly be improved. If you compare London and New York and Tokyo with Moscow, maybe you find Moscow coming up short. But if you lived in Sao Paulo or Rio de Janeiro, Moscow would look like a goal to try to achieve.

While Moscow has its problems which have to be solved, the situation isn’t hopeless. One of the motifs in the conversations in the Russian kitchen is always to radiate past: the past is always wonderful, the present is always bad and the future will be worse. Fair enough, but it is also important to remember that you have possibilities to do things here which don’t take place in other places.’