The monograph explores the specifics of the situation of men and women in the Russian labor market, studies the phenomenon of gender segregation beginning with the Soviet epoch and to present days, discusses causes and consequences of gender segregation on the labor market, draws comparisons with international practices. Based on the Russian statistical data and the Russian monitoring of economic situation and health of the population, the study conducts empirical evaluations of intensity and directions of labor mobility according to gender groups, as well as the way mobility influences gender differences in wages and segregation. Vertical segregation and the problem of “glass ceiling” in Russian economy is separately explored.Addressed to economists, sociologists, experts in the field of employment and management of human resources.
Exploration, Mining and Processing of Mineral Resources: Prospects for Science and Technology / N. Alekseeva, L. Gokhberg, O. Klimanova et al.; National Research University Higher School of Economics; Lomonosov Moscow State University. – Moscow : HSE, 2015.
This edited book presents analytical reports dеvoted to the
main political and economic events in Germany in 2017. The
authors consider the main features of the German economy,
the foreign trade sphere, digital and energy transformation,
the economic consequences of Brexit, German-American and
German-Russian economic cooperation, actual domestic polit-
ical tendencies, the changing role of people's parties, as well
as the transatlantic vector of Germany’s foreign policy
This edited book presents analytical reports dedicated to themajor political and economic events Germany in 2018. The authorsconsider the features of the content and implementation of the gov-ernment agreement of a «Grand coalition» consisting of CDU/CSUand the SPD, especially the political and economic development ofGermany, including in the sphere of pension provision, labour mar-ket, migration processes, energy transformation, digitalization ofschool and higher education. In the foreign policy sphere, the trans-atlantic vector and its relationship with Germany’s policy in theMiddle East, as well as relations between Russia and Germany areanalyzed
What is "new normal' in a post-crisis context? The contributors from the Institute of Global Economy and International Relations IIMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences try to find an answer to that question by rethinking the new reality in different dimensions: economic, social and political. They analyze the search for new models of economic growth and for new approaches to financial markets regulation, the peculiarities of innovation policies and the latest developments in the oil and gas sector, the new corporate map of the world where state-owned companies are struggling to regain a special place. The social sphere is changing in strong correlation with the economy: governments are searching for adequate response to the challenges of social imbalances and migration; governments' policies are reshaped under the pressure of the democratic views of the 21st century individuals. These problems are typical of all countries, but are of particular relevance in the case of the 'new periphery' countries - the post-communist states. New trends are emerging on the political arena as well, where new realities are forming within a system of international relations - the process which becomes evident when we take a look at the transatlantic relations and the bilateral relations of USA and China. The very paradigm of international security is undergoing major transformation in the post-crisis period. The contributors illustrate this trend by analyzing selected examples of conflict settlement in AfPak and the Middle East regions. The crisis had a significant impact on the European integration as well.
The study book will be of interest not only to professional economists, sociologists and experts in international relations but also to a wider audience interested in to the current trends in global development.
Global Technology Trends / A. Sokolova, N. Mikova, E. Gutaruk et al.; L. Gokhberg (ed.); National Research University Higher School of Economics. – Moscow: HSE, 2016. The publication was prepared within the framework of the Basic Research Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) and supported within the framework of the subsidy granted to the HSE by the Government of the Russian Federation for the implementation of the Global Competitiveness Programme.
Global Energy Challenges and the National Economy: Stress Scenarios for Russia / A. Bereznoy, I. Kuzminov, I. Loginova; National Research University Higher School of Economics. – Moscow: HSE, 2016.
The second volume of the two-part edition presents the results of the research on trends of political and economic change in several leading European countries (Germany, Great Britain, France, Sweden, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, and in new members of the EU). National models are characterized, and the influence that globalization and European integration exert on national development are assessed. Special attention is paid to the transformation of political institutions, to public attitudes and identities, to problems encountered by the welfare state and to the mechanisms of coping with the economic recession that have emerged over the past few years.Key issues on the current public agenda–immigration and integration policies, educational reform and energy policies–are also considered.
Processes and trends in the world financial system aroused by the global financial crisis of the 2008 are under consideration.
The textbook gives an all-embracing exposition of the world economic history. The author proposes a new perioization of the history of the world economy on the basis of the methodology of the world-system analysis and the achievements of Russian economic and historical thought. Special attention is paid to the origin of various market institutions, the impact of economic crises on the development of the powers of capitalist world-system core, peripheral countries and Russia. The distinguishing features of Russia's economic development are disclosed in a context of the comparision of the economic evolution of the countries of the East and the West.