Benchmark data and the standard of living in the regions of Russia affect student mobility, according to a study by HSE Centre for Institutional Studies researchers Ilya Prakhov and Maria Bocharova. Strong graduates from more educated and wealthy families are more likely to enrol in a university far from home, but the economy usually affects such a decision. High wages draw students towards the regions, while a high cost of living pushes them away.
Thursday, February 21
Research seminar on ‘European Union: Forming a New Agent in the Field of International Security’ with Georgey Kuterev and Richard Sakwa
CInSt Research Seminar 'All Along the Watchtower: Defense Lines and the Origins of Russian Serfdom'
Friday, February 22
Mini-workshop 'New Frontiers in High-dimensional Probability and Statistics 2'
Lecture by Richard Sakwa on 'Reflections on Post-Cold War International Order'