Shadow education for high school students, such as private tutors or preparatory courses, is often treated by families as a mega-project requiring substantial investments of money and effort. Such investments, however, rarely pay off for underachieving students who are often unaware of the quality of shadow education and thus may choose the wrong providers. A study by Andrey Zakharov, Deputy Head of the HSE Institute of Education’s International Laboratory for Education Policy Analysis, and Prashant Loyalka, leading research fellow of the same Institute, has debunked some of the more popular myths concerning the effect of shadow education.
7th Murat Sertel Workshop on Economic Design, Decision, Institutions, and Organization
Lecture by Anthony Salcito, vice-president of Microsoft, on 'Career in the era of education transformation and digital economy'
Lecture 'Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in Contemporary Conflict' by Kenneth Watkin
7th Annual CInSt Banking Workshop 'Banking in Emerging Markets: Challenges and Opportunities'
Deadline for submissions: May 22