Экспертная оценка как основа управления качеством медицинской помощи: мировой опыт и его значение для России
Electronic support of higher education is a popular trend in distance education, but classroom studies lack information support and therefore depreciate comparing to MOOC versions, having advantages in real-life workshops and possibility of personal contact with teacher and other students.
This paper describes educational experiment in convergence of educational models conducted at MIEM NRU HSE in 2013 and the factors that made it possible and allow for wide implementation in the universities.
This paper studies the Russian Science Foundation’s first grant competition, which was held in 2014 to select exploratory or basic research projects in order to shed light on the following two questions: (1) who wins the grants, and (2) what factors are attributed to winning? The subsample of winners (when compared with the whole sample of applicants) seem to have higher proportions of projects submitted to the life sciences section, which is affiliated with the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and projects from Moscow or the Moscow region. Besides, the heads of the winning projects had better publication indicators. We find that main factor attributed to winning in the grant competition is the evaluation score given by external experts, while controlling for other factors. Although experts’ score is the most influential factor, the probability of receiving grant is strongly associated with other factors. Thus, projects affiliated with the RAS and with the head of the project holding a doctor’s degree have some advantages, all other factors being equal. Furthermore, projects from the regions and, most importantly, with young project heads, were more likely to win.