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Illustration for news: Scholars Look at Publication Activity in Post-Soviet Countries

Scholars Look at Publication Activity in Post-Soviet Countries

75% of papers published in post-Soviet countries are by Russian researchers. In total, about 3% of all papers published globally are from post-Soviet countries. The role of universities has grown over the last 30 years, with over half of all recent academic papers being made with the participation of university researchers. These are the conclusions made in a study of publication activity by scholars in post-Soviet countries.

Illustration for news: New working paper "Bank Runs and Media Freedom: What You Don't Know Won’t Hurt You?"

New working paper "Bank Runs and Media Freedom: What You Don't Know Won’t Hurt You?"

"Bank Runs and Media Freedom: What You Don't Know Won’t Hurt You?" - a new working paper by CInSt Senior Research Fellow Maria Semenova and her coauthor Alexander Benov.

Illustration for news: Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis crossed its equator

Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis crossed its equator

During the July session of RSSIA the participants presented the interim results of their projects, and the experts talked about modern research in their fields and shared the most interesting results of their work

Illustration for news: How to manage the reputation of universities?

How to manage the reputation of universities?

Roundtable "Reputation Management in Higher Education: the New Challenge for Universities", organized by the editorial board of the journal “Higher Education in Russia and Beyond”, Center for Institutional Studies and Laboratory of Education Economics of the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg, took place on July 1.

Illustration for news: The July session of the Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis is going on right now!

The July session of the Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis is going on right now!

Very soon we will share interesting lectures from our experts on the hottest topics!

Illustration for news: CInSt Research Seminar "Rules, discretion and corruption in procurement: Evidence from Italian government contracting": Francesco Decarolis (Bocconi University)

CInSt Research Seminar "Rules, discretion and corruption in procurement: Evidence from Italian government contracting": Francesco Decarolis (Bocconi University)

Francesco Decarolis (Bocconi University) has presented a paper "Rules, discretion and corruption in procurement: Evidence from Italian government contracting" on the regular CInSt research seminar on June, 24

Illustration for news: New issue Higher Education in Russia and Beyond

New issue Higher Education in Russia and Beyond

The issue "Higher Education in Russia and Beyond" focuses on university reputation from different perspectives. The articles included in this issue briefly try to answer questions like what is reputation? What happens when a university does not care about cultivating it? Why is it even necessary to manage the reputation of the institution? How does it work? Why do national and international rankings matter and what use should be made of them?

Illustration for news: CInSt Research Seminar "Policy Responses to COVID-19 in Russian Regions": Leonid Polishchuk (Higher School of Economics)

CInSt Research Seminar "Policy Responses to COVID-19 in Russian Regions": Leonid Polishchuk (Higher School of Economics)

Leonid Polishchuk (Higher School of Economics) has presented his co-authored paper "Policy Responses to COVID-19 in Russian Regions" on the regular CInSt research seminar on June, 17

Illustration for news: Roundtable "Reputation Management in Higher Education:the New Challenge for Universities"

Roundtable "Reputation Management in Higher Education:the New Challenge for Universities"

Reputation is an intangible asset which, for a university, is at the intersection of communication, education, and management. What is reputation? What happens when a university does not care about cultivating it? Why is it even necessary to manage the reputation of the institution? How does it work? Why do national and international rankings matter and what use should be made of them?

Illustration for news: Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis 2021 is in full swing.

Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis 2021 is in full swing.

We have changed RSSIA concept a lot this year. Read more how RSSIA 2021 is going