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Аистов А. В., Леонова Л. А. Научные труды Лаборатории исследований рынка труда. WP15. НИУ ВШЭ, 2011. № WP15/2011/04.
Added: May 21, 2012
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Смирных Л. И. Научные труды Лаборатории исследований рынка труда. WP15. НИУ ВШЭ, 2008. № 02.
The paper considers the impacts of labor mobility to the job satisfaction, made a comparative analysis of job satisfaction the stable and mobile workers, estimated the relationship between job satisfactions and wage the stable and mobile workers Russian enterprises. The research is based on the Russian longitudinal monitoring survey (RLMS) for the years 2000–2006. Results of studies show differences in job satisfaction, wages and employment conditions of stable and mobile workers; determine the impact of determinants of work satisfaction as a whole and separately for mobile and stable workers, reveal the effect of wages for job satisfaction.
Added: Feb 27, 2013
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Рудаков В. Н., Чириков И. С., Рощин С. Ю. и др. Научные труды Лаборатории исследований рынка труда. WP15. НИУ ВШЭ, 2016. № 1.
This paper analyses the impact of student academic achievement on future wages of Russian university graduates through looking into GPA-earnings relationship for graduates of Russian selective university, based on cross-sectional graduate survey data. The issue of how student academic achievement, measured by GPA impact future labor market rewards is analyzed through the set of academic, demographic and labor market factors. Our results indicate that there is no significant impact of GPA on future earnings for male graduates and negative impact for female graduates (8,2% wage penalty for additional GPA point). The effect of GPA on earnings is insignificant if we control for sectoral segregation. The evaluation of most detailed specification that reflects differences in spheres and sectors of employment and taking into account job tenure reveals that the effect is negative with low significance for entire sample (-5,2%) and for female graduate (-6,5%), but insignificant for male graduates. The existence of work experience before graduation is the most significant factor that positively affects future wages for both groups. However, we found no evidence that combining study and work affects student academic achievements.
Added: Apr 28, 2016
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Рощин С. Ю., Солнцев С. А., Васильев Д. С. Научные труды Лаборатории исследований рынка труда. WP15. НИУ ВШЭ, 2016. № 2.
Using data from RLMS-HSE and the survey of employers, we measured the scale of internet use by employees for job-search and by employers for recruiting and the factors influencing them. The spread of internet technology had a major impact on the search process in the Russian labour market: half of workers and three-quarters of employers used the internet in 2014. In general, characteristics of employees and workplaces were matching. The internet was more actively used by workers with higher or specialized education from big cities. Amid companies, the internet use was more often in the retail sector, among privately owned and financially successful firms. Internet search complements other search channels and become the second most popular channel after searching through relatives and friends.
Added: May 11, 2016
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Рудаков В. Н. Научные труды Лаборатории исследований рынка труда. WP15. НИУ ВШЭ, 2015
This paper considers youth economic status in the Russian labor market in terms of wages. Using the data from RLMS HSE (2000–2013) we analyze the real wages of young workers and compare with wages of adult workers. We analyzed the dynamics of adult-young wage gap, including wage gap by education, industry, occupational group and gender. The analysis also includes separate estimation of Mincer wage equation for adult and young workers. We found out a significant improvement of youth economic status in terms of wages: adult-young wage gap decreases by 13%, earnings of youth and adult workers equals, youth wages grew faster than wages of older cohorts. Nevertheless, adult-young wage gap for educated and qualified workers remains. Adult workers earn higher wages on the workplaces that require tenure (education, public sector), as well as on the high skilled jobs that require tenure and higher education. For low-skilled jobs on the contrary there is no return to tenure and young worker earnings are higher. 
Added: Nov 2, 2015
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Солнцев С. А., Пентюк А. Р. Научные труды Лаборатории исследований рынка труда. WP15. НИУ ВШЭ, 2015. № 2.
The article examines an efficiency of corporate governance in the leading Russia’s companies using empirical data. The impact of companies’ poor financial results on CEO replacement is estimated using original empirical data. The main factor of CEO replacement is ROA fall while fall of company’s capitalization hasn’t significant effect on CEO change. During the crisis years (2008-2009) there was higher rate of CEO changes. 
Added: Oct 28, 2015