On average, women in Russia earn 30-35% less than men. According to this indicator, Russia is ahead of many developed countries. The difference in earnings is primarily associated with the uneven distribution of men and women in different industries and professions, but economists cannot explain a significant portion of the discrepancy. Aleksey Oshchepkov, Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Economic Sciences at HSE University, came to these conclusions after analyzing research materials and survey data. The results are published in a chapter of the volume, Gendering Post-Soviet Space, recently published by Springer.
Wednesday, April 21
MASNA&MDNA Webinar: How to Win Kaggle Competitions
Thursday, April 22
Dmitry Veselov to speak on 'Crony Capitalism as an Electoral Outcome'
Silvia Goncalves to speak on 'Impulse Response Analysis for Structural Dynamic Models with Nonlinear Regressors'
Master of Computer Vision programme webinar: 'Interview with Successful Graduates'
Industry Webinar: Applications of Formal Concept Analysis