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IDLab Workshops

The International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy organizes a regular workshop at which laboratory staff, as well as other researchers, present their work at different stages - from idea to responding to comments from reviewers. The topic of the seminar covers various areas of using intellectual resources and ways to improve efficiency and competitiveness at the individual, team, organizational and country levels.

Workshops outline
Date Presenter Topic
20.04.2021Petr Parshkov Uncertainty of outcome and demand for eSports in streaming
27.04.2021Anna BykovaEconomic freedom and performance in sports: evidence from US major leagues
25.05.2021Iuliia NaidenovaBroadcasts vs. highlights: What does a modern consumer prefer?
01.06.2021Veronika GukasyanThe presence of ethnic discrimination in the housing market of Russian cities and its impact on the apartment price
15.06.2021Victor KrakovichMedia sentiment analysis for bank performance prediction
13.07.2021Olga OkulovaImpact of research collaborations on individual performance of faculty in business schools
03.09.2021Nick ZubanovMeasuring the economic costs of employee turnover: A structural approach
28.09.2021Elena ZelenskayaThe efficiency of the performing arts: Evidence from data envelopment analysis for Russian theatres
05.10.2021Anna DaviyDoes regional environment matter in ERP system adoption? Evidence from Russia
12.10.2021Marina ZavertiaevaDoes companies’ social capital deal with economic policy uncertainty to raise corporate investments?
19.10.2021Galina ShirokovaFrom start-up to global innovative company: Development of sources of competitive advantage in Russian entrepreneurial firms
07.12.2021Georg StadtmannSurvival of professional CS:GO teams: What matters? A Research Note
14.12.2021Grigory TeplykhExploring the multiple role of state ownership for firm innovations in emerging markets: the Russian case
28.12.2021Elena VeretennikImpact of national journals: evidence from Physical sciences research published in post-Soviet countries

 

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