Академический инбридинг: обзор литературы
Publication based on the results of: The Analysis of Incentives on Higher Education Market: Strategies, Norms, Contracts in Academia(2015)
Edited by: Н. М. Халатянц М.: Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2016.
The literature on the consequences of academic inbreeding shows ambiguous results: some papers show that inbreeding positively influences research productivity, measured in the quantity and quality of publications, while others show the opposite effect. There are contradictory results both in studies of different countries and within countries. Such a variety of results makes it impossible to transfer the findings from one academic system to another, and in Russia this problem has been under explored. This paper focuses on the relationship between inbreeding and publication activity among Russian faculty members. The results, using Russian data from the Changing Academic Profession survey, showed no substantial effect of academic inbreeding on research productivity. Inbred and non-inbred faculty members do not differ substantially in terms of the probability of having publications, or how many, although for inbreds such probability is slightly higher. These results are robust for different operationalizations of inbreeding and measures of publication activity. However the absence of significant differences in the number of publications may not mean the absence of a difference in their quality. The possible explanations and limitations of the standard measures of research productivity are discussed.
Added: May 10, 2016
Гаврилов К. А., Градировский С. Н., Письменная Е. Е. и др. М.: Фонд "Наследие Евразии", 2012.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
Политические, социокультурные и психологические аспекты программ академической мобильности Болонского процесса
Радина Н. К. В кн.: Социально-психологическая адаптация мигрантов в современном мире: Материалы Международной научно-практической конференции. Пенза: Пензенский государственный педагогический университет им. В.Г. Белинского, 2012. С. 188-194.
Added: Dec 5, 2012
Левитская Г. Ю. В кн.: Homo Loquens: Актуальные вопросы лингвистики и методики преподавания иностранных языков (2012). Вып. 4. СПб.: Отдел оперативной полиграфии НИУ ВШЭ, 2012. С. 471-476.
Added: Dec 20, 2012
Козырин А. Н. Реформы и право. 2011. № 1. С. 46-52.
Added: Sep 30, 2012
Ларионова М. В., Горбунова Е. М. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2008. № 7-8. С. 29-57.
Added: Oct 1, 2012
Dyachenko E. Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2016
When scientists change jobs they bring to their new workplace the experience, tacit knowledge and social ties they acquired at their previous workplace. Not only is the level of mobility important when discussing knowledge transfer between academic organizations or between regions, but the topology of mobility network is also of crucial importance. This study presents a comparison of the structure of internal migration networks for Russian and American physicists, more specifically for scholars working in the field of applied physics. To build a migration network, we selected physicists who had changed their city of affiliation between 2009 and 2013/2014. Data on scientists’ affiliations were obtained from the Web of Science. After the structures of two networks were compared, we formulated a hypothesis of how the features of the network are connected to the overall scientific productivity of the system.
Added: Dec 3, 2015
Сборник тезисов российско-китайской конференции "Двустороннее научно-образовательное сотрудничество вузов России и университетов КНР в области организации научно-образовательного сотрудничества, подготовки научно-педагогических работников и обучения молодых специалистов"
М.: Издательский дом МИСиС, 2007.
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САЕ как современный метод тестирования (разделы "Чтение", "Аудирование", "Использование английского языка")
Левитская Г. Ю. В кн.: Вопросы современной филологии и методики обучения языкам в вузе и школе. ХIV Всероссийская научно-практическая конференция. Пенза: МНИЦ ПГСХА, 2009. С. 79-83.
Added: Oct 28, 2012
Amsterdam: European Association for International Education, 2012.
For nearly 25 years, the annual conferences of the European Association for International Education (EAIE) have provided a dynamic and distinctive forum for practitioners, policymakers and researchers to connect, discuss, and learn. This kind of engagement has become increasingly critical in recent years, as the field of international higher education expands and evolves in a broader global context of rapid change and increasing complexity. Our thirst for information is acute, to be sure. But just as important may be our need for a bit of time and space to reflect on the multi-faceted trends we see around us. This is crucial in light of the important implications these developments have for all aspects of the work done by EAIE members and their institutions, both in the immediate- and longer-term. As we gather in Dublin for the 24th Annual EAIE Conference, we are called upon to make sense of a conference theme of substantial proportions: ‘Rethinking education, reshaping economies’. How can we begin to reflect on the many dimensions of this very broad topic? The book in your hands will hopefully help, as it was designed to provide a thoughtful (and thought-provoking) introduction to a range of key issues and ideas related to this complex and timely theme. The content will also ideally serve to promote deeper engagement – with the ideas and among participants – not only during the conference but also beyond our time together in Dublin. This deceptively slim volume is full of big ideas, which we hope (as its title suggests) will stimulate a range of new conversations and, ultimately, an altogether fuller conference experience. This first-ever EAIE ‘conversation starter’ publication would not have been possible without the concentrated effort of a group of dedicated individuals. We are exceedingly grateful for the time contributed by the authors to share their ideas and insights. We also wish to thank the Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) for their support of this project.
Added: Dec 10, 2012