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The results of education economics studies in the framework of the Monitoring of Education Markets and Organizations are published in a range of scientific journals (currently in Russian). Besides, analytical papers on the results of education economics studies are presented in the information bulletins “Monitoring of Education Markets and Organizations” issued by HSE.

Marina Telezhkina, Andrey Maksimov , Nataliya Maksimova   Do students expect any returns on effort applied to studying? An econometric analysis of determinants of the amount of expected wage after graduation , in: CEUR-WS Proceedings of the Workshop on Computer Modelling in Decision Making (CMDM 2017) / Ed. by A. Althonayan, T. Belkina , V. Mkhitaryan, D. Pavluk, S. Sidorov. Vol. 2018. Aachen : CEUR-WS, 2017. P. 200-212.

Sergey Roshchin, Victor Rudakov “Russian university students and the combination of study and work: is it all about earning, learning or job market signaling”  

Sergey Roshchin, Victor Rudakov "Patterns of student employment", 2016

Ya. Roshchina  "What determines Students’ Intentions to Pursue a PhD in Russia?" // Higher Education in Russia and Beyond. 2016. 3 (9)

Olga GorelovaMaria Yudkevich "The Academic Profession in the Knowledge-Based Society - The National Experiences" // Springer, 2016

Prakhov I. A. "The Barriers of Access to Selective Universities In Russia" // Higher Education Quarterly. 2016. No. 2


Information Bulletin 
“Monitoring of Education Markets and Organizations” (since 2002)

Editorial board: Leonid Gokhberg, Lev Gudkov, Natalia Kovaleva, Yaroslav Kouzminov (Chief) 

2018

# 1 (121), 2018 Professional practices of university faculty and strategies of students by quality and types of higher education institutions (Full text in Russian (.pdf))
Authors: V.Rudakov, Ya. Roshchina 

 

Contents
Introduction
Professional practices of the faculty  of higher education institutions by type of institution
- Faculty in their profession on the labour market 
- Main practices in the professional activity and attitude to massive open online courses
- Research and publishing activity of university faculty
- Conditions of faculty’ work: time budget, income and effective contract
- Conclusions of the survey of the faculty
Educational and career strategies of students of higher education institutions by type of institution
- Educational strateg
- Educational practices of students and attitude to massive open online courses
- Educational and career plans of students
- Labour activity of students
Conclusions of the survey of students
References
According to outcomes of the survey, in recent years the secondary employment of the faculty has significantly decreased, the proportion of faculty who are going to leave the academic profession has decreased significantly, the degree of teachers’ involvement in research activities and their publication activity has increased. Nevertheless, significantly higher corresponding indicators are noted among faculty of research universities. If the funding of programmes aimed at increasing the competitiveness of Russian research universities and supporting research universities is continued, their further growth may be predicted. However, in 2014-2016 the real income of faculty decreased. Because of ongoing economic crisis, this trend may persist, which may lead to an increase in additional employment. This situation creates risks for the preservation and multiplication of the achieved results. It was also revealed that the scales of the implementation and use of massive open online courses in the educational process is moderate, although they differ depending on the quality of higher education institutions. Teachers are involved in training at massive open online courses to a significantly greater extent than students. Teachers and students on the whole neutrally react to the replacement of general disciplines with massive open online courses, but they are negative about the replacement of special professional disciplines with them. For the period of 2006-2015 the educational mobility of students has increased considerably, and there has also been a significant increase in the demand for master's programs.  The motivation of the students’ labour supply shifted to the financial motives, their salary expectations and earnings at work which they combine with studies decreased. One can expect the continuation of this trend with further deterioration of the social and economic situation in Russia, as well as an increase in the proportion of students combining study and work. 

 

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