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Research&Expertise

How do academics get paid in Russia?

The article of CInSt Research Fellow Ilya Prakhov on the determinants of academic salaries in Russia is published online in Higher Education journal.

Illustration for news: HERB 3(17) Cheating and Plagiarism in Higher Education

HERB 3(17) Cheating and Plagiarism in Higher Education

The new issue of Higher Education in Russia and Beyond considers the problem of ethics and unethical behaviour in higher education.

What influences student mobility in Russia?

Journal of Further and Higher Education published an article of CInSt reserchers on socio-ecenomic predictors of student mobility.

International Higher Education. Volume 94

The new issue highlights the broad spectrum of problems of higher education worldwide: from the #MeToo movement and gender issues to publishing and journals.

CInSt International Workshop on Competition, Regulation and Procurement 2018

On the 28th and the 29th of May the first CInSt International Workshop on Competition, Regulation and Procurement has taken place. Let us draw conclusions.

Illustration for news: HERB 1(15) University Mergers and Collaborations in Higher Education

HERB 1(15) University Mergers and Collaborations in Higher Education

The new issue of HERB is devoted to mergers and collaborations in higher education.

Illustration for news: HERB 4(14) Winter 2017 Women in Academia

HERB 4(14) Winter 2017 Women in Academia

The winter issue of Higher Education in Russia and Beyond addresses a very relevant topic — position on women in academia.

New article "Antecedents of organizational commitment among faculty: an exploratory study"

New article "Antecedents of organizational commitment among faculty: an exploratory study" by Andrey Lovakov in Tertiary Education and Management.

New book about global academic rankings is out

In collaboration with the Center for International Higher Education the Center for Institutional Studiesis delighted to announce the forthcoming (March 24, 2016) publication of The Global Academic Rankings Game (Routledge).

New issue of the journal ‘Higher Education in Russia and Beyond’

The new issue unfolds the already famous principle ‘publish or perish’, which is spreading fast across university systems all over the world. The message of it is straightforward: in order to prosper at university nowadays, faculty have to publish in addition to teaching. How does it impact on academics, their self-perception and their strategies? What other consequences of following this principle are there?