Sergey Popov presented his paper "Leadership in Scholarship: Editors' Influence on the Profession's Narrative" on CInSt research seminar on October 31st.
More than 160 proposal were submitted to the conference and only 64 papers were accepted among which there are 3 presentations by CInSt researchers.
If you have some books to share or want to find a new one, please, come to CInSt Bookcrossing in front of G517 on Pokrovsky Boulevard 11.
Koen Schoors, Leading Research Fellow at CInSt, shared his advice about starting, managing and getting a research paper done last week. The meeting was the part of a training course for early career researchers at CInSt and beyond.
We invite everyone to join the sessions which are run by CInSt researchers and listen to the CInSt presentations.
CInSt research seminar "Identical Twins or Just Cousins? Attitudes toward Immigrants, Attitudes toward Immigration and Racism"
Highlights of the research seminar with Elena Gaber
On Friday, October 11th, under the glass roof of the tower room 508, at HSE (9-11, Myasnitskaya str.), the round table got together the researchers of empirical and theoretical banking. The Center for Institutional Studies held a 9th edition of the Annual CInSt Banking Workshop “Banking in Emerging Markets: Challenges and Opportunities”.
Ilya Prakhov, senior research fellow at CInSt, participated in the conference “Neighbours in science” in Perm, Russia
Ilya made a keynote speech "Factors of educational achievement of Russian university applicants" and presented key economic concepts of estimating academic achievements in quasi-experiments. There was a discussion on the importance of different individual, parental and school characteristics on school achievements.
CInSt research seminar "Funding acknowledgments in the Web of Science and Scopus databases as an object of science studies: the case of Russia"
Highlights of CInSt research seminar by Ivan Sterligov
The book "Professorial Pathways, Academic Careers in a Global Perspective" written with the participation of Maria Yudkevich, received the Council of International Higher Education (CIHE) Award for Significant Research on International Higher Education from the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) – 2019
The award is granted annually to a scholarship that has made a significant contribution to higher education research in a comparative perspective. The chapter by Maria Yudkevich is devoted to the Russian system of higher education.