HSE’s Ranking in SSRN: June 2012
The Social Science Research Network has published its university rankings for June.
The Higher School of Economics has, for the first time, improved every single one of its indicators.
Over the last month the number of university authors who have published their papers on SSRN has grown again. The HSE is in 5th place among 1500 socio-economic universities, departments and research centers based on this indicator.
In addition to this, the HSE is now among the top 10 universities by the number of new papers added over the last 12 months and among the top 50 by the number of new papers downloaded. In June the university improved its position in terms of the number of citations from 197th to 150th. And in the ranking which reflects statistics since the SSRN website was created, the HSE is now in 74th position by the number of papers and 94th place by the number of downloads.
The leader, in terms of the number of views and downloads among working papers, was the work by Gaaitzen J. de Vries, Abdul A. Erumban, Marcel P. Timmer, Ilya B. Voskoboynikov and Harry X. Wu ‘Deconstructing The BRICs: Structural Transformation and Aggregate Productivity Growth’ published as part of the series in Economics. Working papers by Anna Lukiyanova on ‘Effects of Minimum Wages on the Russian Wage Distribution’ and Nadezhda Lebedeva, Peter Schmidt ‘Values and Attitudes towards Innovation among Canadian, Chinese and Russian Students’ have also proved particularly popular and moved up to 6th and 8th place respectively in the ranking among the HSE programme of fundamental research working papers.
HSE University School of Integrated Communications Ranked Best by Association of Communication Agencies of Russia (AKAR) for 2020
The School of Integrated Communications, part of the Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design, has topped the ratings of Russian schools that train specialists in the field of advertising. The ranking is compiled annually by the Association of Communication Agencies of Russia (AKAR), which brings together more than 200 participants in the communication services market.
HSE University now ranks among the top 3 universities in Russia for its programmes in Public Administration. The ranking has been published by the Interfax National University Ranking research group.
Moscow, Tatarstan and St. Petersburg are the leaders of the new ranking. Based on 53 indicators, the ranking can be used by regional governments to develop and optimize their innovation policy. The ranking presentation was held on October 31 at a press conference hosted by the TASS news agency.
is HSE University’s ranking in terms of salaries of graduates employed in the field of economics and finance. The ranking was prepared by Superjob.ru research centre based on a study of the average income of young professionals who graduated from 2013–2018.
HSE University has maintained its leading position in the ranking compiled by the Russian Council for International Affairs. The ranking evaluated the websites of 65 Russian universities. HSE was awarded 104 points out of 108, increasing its position by 11 points on last year. HSE's closest rival ranked a further 17 points behind, which is a larger gap than previously.
place is where HSE’s English-language website ranked in the Russian International Affairs Council’s (RIAC) list of the best English-language websites of Russian universities. The ranking included 45 different Russian universities.
was the number of additional subject areas covered by HSE researchers’ articles that were published in Web of Science journals in 2014.
The July edition of the Webometrics world university ranking has been published, and the Higher School of Economics has moved from 790th place to 781st overall and from 72nd place to 8th for openness.
A new article by Kirill Zhirkov, a Research Fellow with the HSE Laboratory for Comparative Social Research, was published recently online in the international peer-reviewed journal Conflict Management and Peace Science.
In the article the scientists compare accounts on the trajectory of innovation in Russia and the USA.