CInSt in the Media
October 15, 2017. thewire.in India’s Best Universities Must Discard the Practice of Academic Inbreeding. In this article the academic inbreeding in India is considered with reference to a book Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education (ed. by Laura Rumbley, Philipp Altbach, Maria Yudkevich) and a chapter Academic Inbreeding: State of the Literature by Maria Yudkevich and Olga Alipova.
"The Effects of Prenatal Testosterone on Wages: Evidence from Russia" by John V.C. Nye, Maksym Bryukhanov, Ekaterina Kochergina, Ekaterina Orel, Sergiy Polyachenko, Maria Yudkevich published in Economics and Human Biology, vol. 24, 2017, was extinsively covered by web media:
November 27, 2016. Improbable Research. Relative Finger Lengths and Russian Wages
February 2, 2017. EurekAlert! One's ability to make money develops before birth.
February 2, 2017. News Medical. Researchers show how level of perinatal testosterone impacts person's earnings in life.
Health Medicine Network. Researchers show how level of perinatal testosterone impacts person’s earnings in life.
February 2, 2017. PsyPost. One’s ability to make money develops before birth.
February 3, 2017. Santé Blog. BIOLOGIE: La capacité de gagner de l'argent se développe avant la naissance – Economics & Human Biology.
February 3, 2017. MedicalXpress. Ability to make money develops before birth, study suggests.
February 3, 2017. NewsMax. Money-Making Ability Determined Before Birth.
January 30, 2017. University World News. The role of international faculty in the mobility era. Philip G. Altbach and Maria Yudkevich on the increasing importance of international faculty on the global academic labour force arena.
April 3, 2016. Inside Higher Ed. Stay hungry, stay foolish, stay academic. A blogpost by Maria Yudkevich
December 2, 2015. Times Higher Education. The pros and cons of Russia's Project 5-100. Maria Yudkevich looks at the effects of the Russian government's focus on university rankings.
August 27, 2015. OPEC.RU. Young People Migrate to Cities with Good Reputation. The opportunity to find an interesting and well-paid job, a comfortable socio-cultural environment, and friendly and professional contacts in the new location are all essential factors for graduates of universities from Russian regions who are planning to move to another city. Saida Ziganurova, Research Assistant at the HSE Center for Institutional Studies, studied the migration potential among young professionals.
August 27, 2015. Times Higher Education. More than gold: university rankings and the Olympics Maria Yudkevich, Philip Altbach and Laura Rumbley examine the parallels between the grading of global institutions and sport. Vice president of European Association for International Education Markus Laitinen develops further this comparison.
January 22, 2015. Times Higher Education. Russia’s universities: rebuilding ‘collapsed stars’ Jack Grove reports from Moscow on bold plans to revive the country’s ailing higher education sector.
January 8, 2015. Times Higher Education. Global universities take pride in hiring home-grown talent
August 4, 2014. Smart Societies. Russia’s higher education: Tipping point?
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