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Daria Avdeeva

  • Daria Avdeeva has been at HSE University since 2011.


  • 2020

    Master's in Psychology
    HSE University, Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

  • 2014

    Master's in Economics
    HSE University, ICEF

  • 2012

    Bachelor's in Business Informatics
    HSE University


Presentation of the report "Labor productivity and Russian human capital: paradoxes of interrelation?"

On April 14, at the XXII April Conference, a team under the supervision of Vladimir Gimpelson presented their report, prepared as part of the HCMRC (Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center) program.The labor force quality indicator from the Russia KLEMS data set made it possible to assess the contribution of labor force quality to labor productivity growth in the Russian economy, and to compare this contribution with similar indicators for former Soviet republics.The research concludes that Russian human capital is not as productive as it could be. The quality of the labor force does not make a tangible contribution to the growth of labor productivity and an acceleration of growth due to the role of human capital will not occur in the next two to three decades.

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