Laboratory for Labour Market Studies was founded in 2007. Our research areas are contract theory in labour economics, labour market and gender, senior managers' labour market, labour market, human capital and demographic processes, interaction between labour and education markets.
Article "Working from home and job satisfaction: evidence from Russia" by Larisa I. Smirnykh was published online in International Journal of Manpower.
Article "Between nudges and mandates: The drivers of COVID-19 vaccination intentions and subsequent uptake in Russia" by Yana Roshchina, Ksenia Rozhkova, Sergey Roshchin was published in Vaccine journal.
Article "Do non-cognitive skills matter for alcohol consumption? Evidence from Russia" by Ksenia Rozhkova, Sergey Roshchin, Yana Roshchina was published in Journal of Comparative Economics
Article "The Differentiation of Quality in Higher Education and Graduates’ Wages in Russia" by Ksenia Rozhkova, Sergey Roshchin, Sergey Solntsev, Pavel Travkin was published in Educational Studies Moscow journal.
Article "The human capital and income of immigrants: evidence from Russia" by Larisa Smirnykh, Evgeniya Polyakova was published in Applied Economics journal.
Article "Horizontal job-education mismatches and earnings of university graduates in Russia" by Sergey Roshchin, Victor Rudakov et al. was published in Journal of Education and Work.
Article "Determinants of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and resistance in Russia" by Yana Roshchina, Ksenia Rozhkova, Sergey Roshchin was published in Vaccine journal.
Articles «The Return to a Master’s Degree in the Russian Labor Market» and «The Effect of Non-Cognitive Skills on Higher Education and Labor Market Outcomes in Russia» were published in Higher Education in Russia and Beyond (HERB) journal.
Working paper "Determinants Of Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy And Resistance In Russia" is available online.
Working paper "Can non-cognitive skills explain the gender wage gap in Russia? An unconditional quantile regression approach" is available online.