The paper “The Post-Soviet Publication Landscape for Higher Education Research” by Andrey Lovakov, Research Fellow at CInSt, and Maria Yudkevich, Director of CInSt, has been published in Higher Education.
How and when are governments able to encourage firms and schools to work together to develop workers’ skills?
Israel Marques presented a joint paper "Encouraging Skill Development: Evidence from Public-Private Partnerships in Education in Russia’s Regions" on the regular CInSt research seminar on 21st May
Paola Valbonesi, Senior Research Fellow at CInSt, gave a lecture about research design for the research assistants and friends of the Center for Institutional Studies at HSE University. Prof. Valbonesi discussed different topics from formulation of the research problem and choosing an appropriate methodology, to the academic writing and￼￼￼￼￼ the promotion of your paper.
Adrian Nieto presented his paper "Television and the Labour Supply: Evidence from the Digital Television Transition in the UK" on the regular CInSt research seminar on May 14. The author exploits exogenous variation in the date of transition from analogue to digital television signal in the UK to estimate the causal effect of television on the pobability of employment and reveal potential mechanisms.
We invite everyone to join our prolific online seminars for discussions and new ideas. The seminars are held on each Thursday at 18:10 (Moscow time) in Zoom
John Nye, Professor at George Mason University and Leading Research Fellow at CInSt, held a two-days workshop for research assistants “How to do a good research project”.
Riccardo Camboni presented a joint paper "Bidding on Price and Quality: An Experiment on the Complexity of Scoring Auctions" on the regular online CInSt research seminar on 23th April
CInSt held a traditional welcome party in a novel online-format for 12 new research assistants who recently joined the center on Zoom.