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Igor Nikolaevich Tsarkov
Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs
Deputy Dean for Admissions and Student and Alumni Relations
Irina N. Lesovskaya
The HSE Academic Council created the Faculty on January 30, 2015. The Faculty includes the School of Business and Business Administration, the School of Logistics, and the School of Business Informatics, which had all previously been separate HSE faculties. The merger stems from the crossover and mutual impact of the schools’ areas of academic and professional focus. The Faculty of Business and Management offers students diverse courses taught by full-time HSE instructors and invited business practitioners. Students are also given the opportunity to carry out fundamental and applied projects at various academic centres and laboratories.
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Konstantin Noskov, who received his Master’s degree in General and Strategic management from our faculty in 2001, will head the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media.
He is the second HSE alumnus to join the Russian government: Maxim Oreshkin will continue to lead the Ministry of Economic Development.
Konstantin Noskov was born in 1978. He graduated from the Moscow State Academy of Instrument Engineering and Informatics before enrolling in the HSE Master's programme in Strategic Management. After graduation, he worked in the Ministry of Economic Development, where he rose from the position of Chief Specialist to become Deputy Director of the department. In 2008, he started working in the Government of the Russian Federation, where, as department head, he dealt, in particular, with the development of information technology and communications. Since 2012, he headed the Analytical Centre under the Government of the Russian Federation.
According to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, under Konstantin Noskov’s leadership, the department will focus on ‘the digital agenda that the whole world is engaged in and which is absolutely relevant in Russia.’
He is not the first HSE graduate to take a senior position in the Russian Government. Since 2016, Maxim Oreshkin, who completed BA and MA programmes at the Higher School of Economics, has headed the Ministry of Economic Development.