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Deputy Head Denis Strebkov
Deputy Head Irina Zangieva
Book
Gender and Power in Eastern Europe. Changing Concepts of Femininity and Masculinity in Power Relations

Ibragimova D., Guseva A.

Prt. 11: Autonomy as Empowerment, or How Gendered Power Manifests Itself in Contemporary Russian Families.. Springer Publishing Company, 2020.

Book chapter
Spent by Mammy as Earned by Daddy: Rethinking Household Consumption as a Foundation of Gender Egalitarianism

Berdysheva E., Belyavskiy B.

In bk.: Gendering Post-soviet space: Demography, Labour market and Values in Empirical Research. Springer Publishing Company, 2021. Ch. 17.

Working paper
Values As Determinants of Social Capital: Regional Perspective

Nastina E., Almakaeva A.

Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2020. No. 95.

News

Running a Comparative Empirical Programme in Social Research

Christian Fröhlich is Assistant Professor at the School of Sociology who has been at HSE since 2014. He also supervises an English-taught Master’s Programme ‘Comparative Social Research’. Christian Fröhlich has talked to HSE University bulletin, The HSE Look, about programme design, partnerships, and lessons learned from running the programme.

HSE Enters 13 QS Subject Rankings

HSE Enters 13 QS Subject Rankings
The Higher School of Economics has made it onto 13 subject and two subject area rankings in the QS World University Ranking thanks to the university’s achievements as part of the Project 5-100. In addition, HSE was in the top 100 ranking for three subjects – Economics & Econometrics, Politics & International Studies, and Sociology – and it was the only Russian school in the Accounting & Finance 101-150 ranking. As for total number of subject rankings, HSE was third in Russia.

Which Crimes Do Russian Police Investigate?

Which Crimes Do Russian Police Investigate?
Russian police tend to regard some incidents and crimes as more worthy of investigation than others and act accordingly.

HSE Faculty of Social Sciences to Offer Webinar on English-taught Master’s Programmes

On March 14, 2017, at 6:00 pm Moscow time, the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences will hold its first webinar for prospective international Master’s students. During the webinar, academic supervisors and leading lecturers will cover HSE’s English-taught Master’s programmes in political science, sociology and public administration.

HSE Talks Project Kicks Off

Photo: co-working space ‘Socket and Coffee’
A series of lectures in English will be delivered at the ‘Socket and Coffee’ co-working space. The project offers its participants an opportunity to learn more about the most recent research findings and practice their English at the same time. The lectures start on February 28, 2017.

Homebrew or Homemade Wine: What Russians Choose

Homebrew or Homemade Wine: What Russians Choose
Consumers of homemade alcohol stay true to their preferences.

Why There is Not Enough Milk in Russia

Why There is Not Enough Milk in Russia
Low-quality dairy products have taken one quarter of the Russian dairy market. In the cheese segment, this share has reached 80%.

New knowledge about Russia.The new issue of ‘Universe of Russia’ (2016, No. 4) has been released

The new issue of  'Universe of Russia' covers the issues of social and economic transformations in post-socialist countries, education and educational reforms in contemporary Russia, and the issues of subjective social status and identity formation.

Social Stigmatisation: Journal of Social Policy Studies

Whether states can ever contribute to progressive social transformation has long divided the left. But is this division dependent on a particular state conception? If the state can be meaningfully conceptualised in multiple ways, are there ways of conceptualising that might bridge this political divide, granting the state a constructive part within radical left politics? This essay adopts a utopian conceptual methodology to consider more politically hopeful ways for reimagining what it means to be a state.

New issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 17, no 4, 2016)

81th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 17, no 4, 2016) has been published.