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Center for Institutional Studies

Publications
Book
Science. Technology. Innovation: 2020: Pocket Data Book In press

Gokhberg L., Ditkovsky K. A., Lukinova E. I. et al.

National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2020.

Article
Matching between Students and Universities: What are the Sources of Inequalities of Access to Higher Education? In press

Prakhov I., Sergienko D.

European Journal of Education. 2020. Vol. 55. No. 1.

Book chapter
Russia: Higher Education, between Survival and Innovation

Yudkevich M. M.

In bk.: Professorial Pathways: Academic Careers in a Global Perspective. Johns Hopkins University Press , 2019.

Working paper
Patterns of 2D:4D and measures of subjective well-being (DATA ARTICLE)

Nye J. V., Bruhanov M., Polyachenko S. S.

2D:4D and individual satisfaction: Evidence from the Russian social survey. Data article for research article. Figshare, 2019

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The Center for Institutional Studies (CInSt) was established in 2010 on the basis of the first research laboratory of HSE University—now International Research Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms—with the goal of creation of a scientific center in the field of institutional economics as a part of an international cooperation network, and promoting international standards of research. We provide conditions and incentives for young and talented university graduates to participate in both scientific and teaching activities at the HSE. Our professional interests are focused on institutional analysis of different markets and sectors of the economy, among them are education, procurement, banking, non-profit organizations.

Illustration for news: Call for the Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis is open!

Call for the Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis is open!

The aim of the RSSIA is to promote empirical research in various fileds of economics and foster the communication and expertise exchange between young researchers, established scholars, faculty, and students.

Illustration for news: Does the share of enemies in a camp (vragi naroda) predict development outcomes today?

Does the share of enemies in a camp (vragi naroda) predict development outcomes today?

Highlights of the presentation "Enemies of the People" by Gerhard Toews on the CInSt research seminar.

Illustration for news: Highlights of the CInSt research seminar with Pavel Andreyanov

Highlights of the CInSt research seminar with Pavel Andreyanov

Pavel Andreyanov presented his research "Secret Reserve Prices and Uncertainty in Timber Auctions" on CInSt research seminar on February 6th.

Illustration for news: Interview with Francisco Cabrera-Hernandez, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at CInSt

Interview with Francisco Cabrera-Hernandez, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at CInSt

"Only a handful of universities in the world could match the amount of resources invested by HSE in economics research". Francisco Cabrera joined the Center for Institutional Studies last year as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Education and shares his inerasible impressions of HSE and Moscow

Illustration for news: A new article by Maria Yudkevich has been published in International Higher Education

A new article by Maria Yudkevich has been published in International Higher Education

The article "Publish or Perish" is a paper written by Maria Yudkevich, Director of CInSt. This article considers the causes and consequences of the increasing role of the “publish or perish” principle in modern academic systems. In particular, it discusses how various types of universities interpret this principle and why its causes differ across academic systems.