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Björn Brey (University of Nottingham) has presented his paper "The long-run gains from the early adoption of electricity" on October, 29

Illustration for news: What is the relation between the real-world context in which players live and their in-game behaviour at the country level? Case of EVE Online

What is the relation between the real-world context in which players live and their in-game behaviour at the country level? Case of EVE Online

New article "On the connection between real-world circumstances and online player behaviour: The case of EVE Online" was published in PLOS ONE. CinSt Leading Research Fellow Koen Schoors co-authored the pape

Illustration for news: Сongratulations on Egor Krivosheya and his supervisor Maria Semenova successful defense of his PhD thesis!

Сongratulations on Egor Krivosheya and his supervisor Maria Semenova successful defense of his PhD thesis!

We congratulate CInSt Research Assistant Egor Krivosheya and his supervisor, CInSt Senior Research Fellow Maria Semenova, on the successful defense of the PhD thesis titled "Multilateral interchange fee efficiency evaluation: the case of the Russian retail payment cards market"!

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CInSt Research Seminar

Armenak Antinyan (Zhongnan University of Economics and Law) has presented his paper "Cancer screening invitations in the developing world" on October, 22

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CInSt Research Seminar

Gayane Vardanyan (HSE University) has presented her paper "Return Migration Decisions: Evidence from Irish Mass Migration at the Turn of the Twentieth Century" on October, 8

Illustration for news: What drives students’ salary expectations? New evidence from Russia

What drives students’ salary expectations? New evidence from Russia

A new paper “The determinants of expected returns on higher education in Russia: A human capital theory approach” by CInSt Senior Research Fellow Ilya Prakhov was published in Higher Education Quarterly.

Illustration for news: Did the Unified State Exam make it easier for residents of all regions of Russia to enter universities?

Did the Unified State Exam make it easier for residents of all regions of Russia to enter universities?

A new working paper on the Regional Accessibility of Higher Education in Russia was published. The paper is based on the research of CInSt Senior Research Fellow Ilya Prakhov and Research Assistant Polina Bugakova.

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CInSt Research Seminar

Saumitra Jha, Associate Professor of Political Economy, Stanford Graduate School of Business, has presented a paper "Swords into Bank Shares: Financial Solutions to the Threat of Political Violence" on October, 1.

Illustration for news: Does higher education have an impact on wages and employment?

Does higher education have an impact on wages and employment?

The answer to the question is in the new working paper “Zero Returns to Higher Education: Evidence from a Natural Experiment”, published in HSE Working Paper Series in Economics by Stanislav Avdeev

Illustration for news: Gender inequality among university faculty caused by vertical segregation

Gender inequality among university faculty caused by vertical segregation

The new article on topic "Gender differences in pay among university faculty in Russia" by Victor Rudakov, CInSt research fellow, and Ilya Prakhov, CInSt senior research fellow, was published in Higher Education Quarterly.