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The third regular seminar: "St. Petersburg and Shanghai at the reform period"

On April 14, 2011 at the third regular seminar of LCSS, Mikhail Chernysh, PhD, the Head of the Sector of Social Mobility at the Institute of Sociology of the RAS, reported about the most interesting results of the Russian-Chinese comparative study: “St. Petersburg and Shanghai at the reform period”, carried out in 2009.

‘I Decided To Get Closer To Where Things Actually Happen’

Interview with Jean Guinet, participant of the XII International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, who will head the new Laboratory for Science and Technology Studies which was created last year at the HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge.

'Russia Has A Very Good Analytical Capability'

Interview with Ian Miles, participant of the XII International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, Professor at the University of Manchester and Academic Supervisor of the Research Laboratory for Economics of Innovation which was created last year as part of the HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge.

Schwartz Values Theory Vs. Inglehart Values Theory

The Co-Head of the International Laboratory of Socio-Cultural Research Peter Schmidt made a presentation “Inglehart and Schwartz approaches in comparison: measurements and theoretical predictions” within the scientific seminar “Culture matters” on 11th April.

EU-Russia Economic Relations: A Special Emphasis on Innovation Co-operation

On April 8, 2011 Prof. Kari Liuhto, Director of Pan-European Institute, Turku School of Economics (Finland),  delivered seminar on“EU-Russia Economic Relations: A Special Emphasis on Innovation Co-operation”.

Timothy Frye's interview for 'Russia Today'

“Russians value reputation of business more than cost saving”

To ‘Mark’ the HSE on the World Map

Martin Carnoy, Professor at the Stanford University (USA) and Academic Supervisor of the HSE International Laboratory for Educational Policy Research, told us about some of the tasks and plans for the Laboratory.

To ‘Mark’ the HSE on the World Map

Martin Carnoy, Professor at the Stanford University (USA) and Academic Supervisor of the HSE International Laboratory for Educational Policy Research, told us about some of the tasks and plans for the Laboratory.

‘The Work Will Continue Independently Of My Location’

John Nye, Professor at George Mason University (USA), who has recently become the Academic Supervisor of the HSE’s International Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms, told us about his view of the laboratory’s activity.

The History and the Methodology of Comparative Cross-national Social Studies

The second methodological seminar of LCSS took place on March 24, 2011. The lecture “The History and the Methodology of Comparative Cross-national Social Studies” was delivered by Anna Andreenkova, PhD, assistant director of CESSI, director of European Social Study in Russia.