Francisco Cabrera presented a joined paper on the regular online CInSt research seminar on 16th April. This study analyses the effect of childcare provision on the labor supply of grandmothers with school-age grandchildren in the context of Mexico’s Full-Time Schools Program. The authors document how the availability of all-day schools in a municipality affects grandmothers’ decision to participate in the labor market both at the extensive and intensive margins.
A new working paper by John Nye, Cheryl Litman, Maksym Bryukhanov, and Sergiy Polyachenko has been published
A paper “The Universal Link between Higher Education and Pro-Market Values” by John Nye (George Mason University, HSE University), Cheryl Litman (George Mason University), Maksym Bryukhanov (HSE University), and Sergiy Polyachenko (University of New Brunswick) has been published in HSE working paper series.
Stanislav Avdeev, Research Assistant at CInSt, has been admitted to the fully funded research master in economics in Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam. Since Stanislav joined the CInSt team in 2017, his research focuses on the economics of education, labour economics, and applied microeconomics. Stanislav is an alumnus of Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis.
The grant funds the project "The structure and paths of science in the post-Soviet space: institutional practices and bibliometric analysis". The aim is to compare the development of science in post-Soviet countries in a dynamic perspective. The results of the project will make possible to assess the current state of research in post-Soviet countries, understand the paths of their development over the past 30 years, and evaluate their success.
This issue of HERB is dedicated to demographic trends in higher education
Students of Faculty of Economics Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, and Institute of Education have started their academic career at the Center working on different projects.
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
A paper “Matching between students and universities: What are the sources of inequalities of access to higher education?’ by Ilya Prakhov, Senior Research Fellow at CInSt, and Denis Sergienko has been published in European Journal of Education.