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Book
Freelance platform work in the Russian Federation: 2009–2019

Shevchuk A., Strebkov D.

Iss. 38. Geneva: The International Labour Organization (ILO), 2021.

Book chapter
Two–Sided Bounds for PDF’s Maximum of a Sum of Weighted Chi-square Variables.

Ulyanov V. V., Naumov A., Bobkov S.

In bk.: Recent Developments in Stochastic Methods and Applications. ICSM-5 2020.. Vol. 371: Recent Developments in Stochastic Methods and Applications. ICSM-5 2020.. Springer, 2021. P. 178-189.

Working paper
Introducing the COVID-19 crisis Special Education Needs Coping Survey.

Dukes D., Van Herwegen J., Bolshakov N. et al.

February 16. . PsyArXiv, 2021

News

‘I’m a Lone Wolf Who Paradoxically Always Works in a Team’

‘I’m a Lone Wolf Who Paradoxically Always Works in a Team’
The life principles of Vadim Radaev

‘How to Teach New Generations of Students?’

‘How to Teach New Generations of Students?’
The final lecture in the course ‘Teach4HSE: Seven Key Principles of Teaching Excellence’ was delivered by Prof. Vadim Radaev, First Vice Rector of HSE University. His talk about modern problems in teaching and their potential solutions was available to anyone interested. This open talk was held online via YouTube and Zoom, with over 400 teachers from different HSE campuses, as well as representatives of other universities, attending the event.

The Kings of Remote Work: HSE Experts Dispel Myths and Stereotypes about Freelancers

The Kings of Remote Work: HSE Experts Dispel Myths and Stereotypes about Freelancers
Due to a longstanding lack of evidence-based information about freelancers, Andrey Shevchuk and Denis Strebkov, senior research fellows at the HSE Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology, have endeavoured to dispel misconceptions about this growing class of workers. Though remote work has become particularly relevant during the pandemic, the researchers identify several trends that have determined the direction of the remote job market even before the coronavirus outbreak.

Mothers Struggle Staying Employed

Mothers Struggle Staying Employed
How Russia's labour market is losing quality workforce

Two Additional HSE – Moscow Programmes Receive International ZEvA Accreditation

Two Additional HSE – Moscow Programmes Receive International ZEvA Accreditation
The Central Agency for Evaluation and Accreditation (ZEvA) determined that the HSE Bachelor’s programme in ‘Sociology’ and the HSE Master’s programme in ‘Comparative Social Research’ meet international educational quality standards. Both programmes have been accredited unconditionally for six years.

Weeping Men

Weeping Men
Why misandry flourishes in Russian society

HSE’s Best Teachers of 2020 Announced

HSE’s Best Teachers of 2020 Announced
The final list represents the choices of HSE students, graduates, as well as the results of the Student Research Paper Competition.

Emotional Must-haves

A mosaic depicting theatrical masks, 2nd century B.C.
Which feelings people consider most important today

Life, Teaching, and Scholarship in Quarantine

Life, Teaching, and Scholarship in Quarantine
Arnab Roy Chowdhury, Assistant Professor at the School of Sociology, reflects on changes in life and teaching due to lockdown.

Popularizing the Humanities vs. the Natural Sciences

Popularizing the Humanities vs. the Natural Sciences
Hearing about research advances in medicine, biology, or physics in public discourse is a common occurrence. However, the question of whether scholarly activity in the social sciences and the humanities should be popularized has always been left unanswered. What are the features of communication between humanities and society and the media? Are different fields of knowledge popularized differently? Physicists, linguists, sociologists, science communicators, and journalists discussed this question on the eve of the Day of Russian Science at the Total Dictation Conference in Moscow.