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International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy

Publications
Article
Networks of directors on Russian boards: The hidden part of the corporate governance iceberg

Lopez Iturriaga F. J., Zavertiaeva M. A.

Russian Management Journal. 2020. Vol. 18. No. 1. P. 29-50.

Book chapter
The price of football depends on the owner of the ball and the unbalance of the league

Sánchez L. C., Barajas A., Sánchez-Fernández P.

In bk.: Outcome Uncertainty in Sporting Events: Winning, Losing and Competitive Balance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020. Ch. 8. P. 114-134.

Working paper
Intangible-Intensive Strategies of Russian Companies

Paklina S., Molodchik M., Fernandez-Jardon Fernandez C. M.

Management. MAN. Высшая школа экономики, 2017. No. 57.

About the Laboratory

The International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy traces its origins to a research group that has been working in the field of intellectual capital and empirical finance at the HSE-Perm for the last eight years.
By carrying out comparative empirical research that develops awareness of intellectual resources as key drivers in the new economy, the Laboratory aims to become an international research centre that focuses on the role of intangibles in creating sustainable competitive advantages.
The research team includes both leading scholars and young fellows from the HSE and partner universities in Europe and the United States. 


Illustration for news: IDLab ONLINE Research Workshop

IDLab ONLINE Research Workshop

Anna Daviy and Elena Shakina presented the preliminary results of a joint study of the optimal moment of technology adaptation

Illustration for news: IDLab ONLINE Research Workshop

IDLab ONLINE Research Workshop

Elena Veretennik (IDLab, NRU HSE - SPb) presented the results of the research on the relationship between collaboration and academic performance of university faculty

Illustration for news: ID Lab: Research in times of lockdown

ID Lab: Research in times of lockdown

The first half of 2020 was unusual for everyone in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic led to lockdown, causing an avalanche of changes in our lives. These changes also affected the work of the International laboratory of intangible-driven economy (IDLab).

Illustration for news: Students in IDLab

Students in IDLab

Each year, the International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy (IDLab) hire several students as research interns. It also provides the opportunity to complete the research practice through participation in research projects. We want to describe briefly what IDLab students are doing and inform about current opportunities for cooperation