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Illustration for news: Psychology and the Social Effect of Alcohol Consumption: The Latest ‘Sociology of Markets’ Seminar Held at HSE University

Psychology and the Social Effect of Alcohol Consumption: The Latest ‘Sociology of Markets’ Seminar Held at HSE University

Experts from the Laboratory for Labour Market Studies presented a report entitled ‘The Impact of Non-Cognitive Characteristics on Alcohol Consumption’ at HSE University. They talked about how different character traits affect the degree of dependence on alcohol.

Illustration for news: Coca-Cola’s Contribution to the Russian Economy Assessed at HSE University

Coca-Cola’s Contribution to the Russian Economy Assessed at HSE University

Coca-Cola has invested over $6 billion in the Russian economy according to data published in a new study by the HSE Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology (LSES).

LSES' projects got included Top 15. HSE's Most Interesting Research in 2015

Opec.ru  announced the list of the most impressive and fruiful  HSE studies in social sciences in year 2015.  "The Russian-speaking Freelance Marketplace in 2009 to 2014" by Denis Strebkov, Andrey Shevchuk, Marina Spirina and "Collusion and corruption: an experimental study of Russian police" by Alexis Belianin and Leonid Kosals have met the list.

Corporate Social Responsibility Brings Benefits to Business. Research by Olga Kuzina and Marina Chernyshova

International companies engage in social responsibility in order to to improve their reputation, be more competitive, and to gain political benefits and some degree of control over society. In Russia, however, businesses convert social investment into informal privileges granted to them by government, according to a paper by Olga Kuzina, LSES Senior Researcher, Professor of the HSE Department of Economic Sociology, and Marina Chernysheva, postgraduate student at the same department. In details....

Globalization Can Save Russia's Light Industry. Research by the head of LSES Vadim Radaev

Russian light industry is slowly dying, and the only way for it to survive is to become integrated into the global supply chain. Support measures, other than keeping businesses afloat for a while, are not likely to make a difference, states the report 'Is it Possible to Save Russia's Light Industry?', presented by Vadim Radaev, the HSE's First Vice Rector and Head of the Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology. In details...


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