Education

The 7th Day of the LCSR Summer School: Unconditional Latent Curve Models

On Tuesday, Prof. Kenneth Bollen discussed unconditional latent curve models on the 6th LCSR International Summer School.

The Second Week of the 6th LCSR Summer School Has Begun

The second week of the 6th LCSR Summer School has begun in Moscow. The main course “Latent curve models: a structural equation perspective” will be given by professor Kenneth Bollen (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA).

The 5th Day of the LCSR Summer School: Missing Data

The first week of the 6th LCSR International Summer School came to an end.

The 4th Day of the LCSR Summer School: Structural Equation Modeling

On the fourth day of the summer school, the lecturer introduced structural equation modeling as a method.

The 3rd Day of the LCSR Summer School: Multiple Group Confirmatory Factor Analysis

On the third day, the school participants learned multiple group confirmatory factor analysis (CFA).

The 2nd Day of the LCSR Summer School: Confirmatory Factor Analysis

During the second day of the LCSR Summer School, the participants continued learning the basics of confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). The lecture focused on the issue of model identification.

The 6th LCSR Summer School Started in Moscow

Today the participants of the 6th LCSR International Summer School got started to learning.

International Summer School on Educational Finance

Israel Marques and Thomas Remington took part in the International Summer School on Educational Finance that was held on July 3-10 in Beijing. The event was organized by the China Institute for Educational Finance Research, Peking University (CIEFR) and HSE Institute of Education. 

Competition and Achievement-relevant Outcomes: A Hierarchical Motivational Analysis

On July 12, 2016 in the main building of Higher School of Economics National Research University an open lecture by professor Andrew James Elliot (University of Ronchester, USA) has taken place.

V International Summer School «Theory and Methods of Exponential Random Graph Modeling» (TMSA-2016)

From July 4 to 8, ANR-Lab held the V International Summer School "Theory and Methods of Exponential Random Graph Modeling". The aim of the school was to teach participants already familiar with network analysis, some features of the ERGM method. The topics discussed contributed to a deeper understanding of the formation of the network and its structure by comparing all possible alternative networks.