The main purpose of the articles is to create a picture ofthe incidence, motivation, educational and labour marketoutcomes of student employment in a region of Centraland Eastern Europe, Russia and CIS countries.
Jonathan Chapman (New York University Abu Dhabi) has presented his paper: "Extension of the Franchise and Government Expenditure on Public Goods: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century England" on regular CInSt research seminar on December, 3. Watch the video following the link bellow
Silvia Griselda (University of Melbourne) has presented her paper: "Can the Format of Questions Explain the Gender Gap in Mathematics?" on regular CInSt research seminar on November, 19. Watch the video of the seminar following the link bellow.
Samin Aref (Max Planck Institute) has presented his paper "Brain drain and brain gain in Russia: analyzing international mobility of researchers by discipline using Scopus bibliometric data 1996-2020" on traditional CInSt research seminar on November, 5. Watch the video of the seminar following the link below.
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
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"!