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Illustration for news: The new HERB issue is out!

The new HERB issue is out!

The quality of university teaching has always been in the spotlight, but challenges that higher education institutions have been facing during the Covid-19 pandemic have made researchers and policymakers pay special attention to changes in teaching.

Illustration for news: CInSt Research Seminar "Voting, Contagion and the Trade-Off between Public Health and Political Rights: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the Italian 2020 Polls": Giuseppe Moscelli (University of Surrey)

CInSt Research Seminar "Voting, Contagion and the Trade-Off between Public Health and Political Rights: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the Italian 2020 Polls": Giuseppe Moscelli (University of Surrey)

Giuseppe Moscelli (University of Surrey) has presented a paper "Voting, Contagion and the Trade-Off between Public Health and Political Rights: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the Italian 2020 Polls" on the regular CInSt research seminar on November 25

Illustration for news: CInSt Research Seminar "The making of social democracy: The economic and electoral consequences of Norway’s 1936 folk school reform": Tuomas Pekkarinen (VATT)

CInSt Research Seminar "The making of social democracy: The economic and electoral consequences of Norway’s 1936 folk school reform": Tuomas Pekkarinen (VATT)

Tuomas Pekkarinen (VATT) has presented a paper "The making of social democracy: The economic and electoral consequences of Norway’s 1936 folk school reform" on the regular CInSt research seminar on November 11. Watch the video following the link bellow

Illustration for news: CInSt Research Seminar "The political-economic causes of the Soviet Great Famine, 1932-33": Andrei Markevich (New Economic School)

CInSt Research Seminar "The political-economic causes of the Soviet Great Famine, 1932-33": Andrei Markevich (New Economic School)

Andrei Markevich (New Economic School) has resented a paper "The political-economic causes of the Soviet Great Famine, 1932-33" on the regular CInSt Research Seminar on October, 21

Illustration for news: The XII Russian Higher Education Conference is about to start!

The XII Russian Higher Education Conference is about to start!

Many of CInSt members are going to present their research projects and participate in other roles

Illustration for news: CInSt Research Seminar "The COVID-19 Pandemic Disrupted Both School Bullying and Cyberbullying": Joshua Goodman (Boston University)

CInSt Research Seminar "The COVID-19 Pandemic Disrupted Both School Bullying and Cyberbullying": Joshua Goodman (Boston University)

Joshua Goodman (Boston University) has presented a paper "The COVID-19 Pandemic Disrupted Both School Bullying and Cyberbullying" on the regular CInSt research seminar on October 7

Illustration for news: CInSt Research Seminar "Coordination and the Poor Maintenance Trap: an Experiment on Public Infrastructure in India": Antonella Bancalari (University of St. Andrews)

CInSt Research Seminar "Coordination and the Poor Maintenance Trap: an Experiment on Public Infrastructure in India": Antonella Bancalari (University of St. Andrews)

Antonella Bancalari (University of St. Andrews) has presented a paper "Coordination and the Poor Maintenance Trap: an Experiment on Public Infrastructure in India" on the regular CInSt research seminar on September, 23.
Watch the video, following the link bellow

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