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Book chapter
Employment and Work of Middle Income Groups

Anikin V. A.

In bk.: The Middle Income Group in China and Russia. Springer, 2021. P. 51-67.

Working paper
THE ROLE OF CEO CHARACTERISTICS IN FIRM INNOVATIVE PERFORMANCE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EU COUNTRIES AND RUSSIA

Golikova V., Kuznetsov B., Ricotta F.

Basic research program. WP BRP. National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2021. No. 251.

Tag "publications" – News

Paper of Eren Arbatli in European Economic Review

Paper of Eren Arbatli in European Economic Review

Businesses Benefit from Board Members’ Diverse Experiences

Businesses Benefit from Board Members’ Diverse Experiences
HSE researchers have assessed the influence of board members’ work experience diversity on a company’s economic performance. Who makes a better board member—company veterans or outsiders? Their findings have been published in the Russian Management Journal.

How to Improve the Vaccination Campaign and Achieve Global Immunity to COVID-19

How to Improve the Vaccination Campaign and Achieve Global Immunity to COVID-19
An international study conducted with the participation of HSE University researchers has found that people in developing countries are much more willing to get vaccinated, the most common reason for not getting vaccinating is fear of side-effects, and attitudes towards vaccination are primarily influenced by doctors and health professionals.   

Europe to Face a Reverse Brain Drain: Up to 3.5 Million Highly Skilled Professionals Could Return Home

Europe to Face a Reverse Brain Drain: Up to 3.5 Million Highly Skilled Professionals Could Return Home
As the pandemic continues and working from home becomes the norm in some industries, professionals who once left to work in other countries are beginning to return home. Researchers from HSE University, the Catholic University of Louvain and the University of Lille have found out how strong this movement could be and what economic, social and political implications it might bring. The preprint of the study was published in the GLO Discussion Papers.

Researchers Find a Connection Between Trump’s Tweets and the Exchange Rate of the Rouble

Researchers Find a Connection Between Trump’s Tweets and the Exchange Rate of the Rouble
Tweets about Russia by Donald Trump during his presidency caused short but noticeable depreciations of the rouble. Meanwhile, the introduction of new sanctions, upon which the president did not comment, had no such effect. This was the finding of a group of researchers, which included Elena Fedorova, Professor of the Faculty of Economic Sciences of HSE University. The group published their findings in in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.