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
We are pleased to announce that new research assistants have arrived at the International Laboratory of Intangible Driven Economy. These are students of the bachelor’s program in Economics: Nadezhda Votintseva and Lia Margaryan - 3rd year, and Sergey Suvorov - 2nd year. Nadezhda and Lia are actively mastering the Shiny package for data visualization that will be used in the project Monitor of Intangibles in Russian Companies. Sergey began working with data on the vacancies of Russian companies. New trainees are involved in the following Lab’s projects: “Digital transformation of Russian companies”, “Leapfrogging concept: theoretical overview and practical cases of companies”, “Does Beauty affect salary?”, “Non-financial reporting of companies”. The internship period: May - December 2020. We really hope for fruitful cooperation!
In the summer, you can contribute to the work of the Laboratory and set it off as a project or mandatory industrial or research practice. If you are interested, email Maria Molodchik (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line “Practice in the laboratory”.