From values to behaviour: interdisciplinary studies of regional differences in Russia
The international one-day conference "From values to behaviour: interdisciplinary studies of interregional differences in Russia" was held on October 23, 2018. Eight reports were presented - from experimental studies to interregional growth models.
Moscow, 23 October 2018
Higher School of Economics, Krivokolennyi Pereulok 3, room K-327
10 am – 7 pm
10:00-10:10 – Introduction
Alexis Belianin, Heike Hennig-Schmidt
Alexander Tatarko (International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research, HSE Moscow) - Ethnic Diversity and Social Capital in the Russian Context (the case of 25 regions).
Anatoly Karlin, Andrei Grigoriev, Konstantin Sugoniaev (Institute for Psychology RAS, Moscow). Rurik's Seed: Russian Regional Differences as Revealed by Internet IQ Testing .
11:40-12:00 Coffee break
Alexis Belianin, Heike Hennig-Schmidt (International Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioural Economics, HSE Moscow), Marina Ryzhkova (Tomsk State University) - Belief and behaviour in long-distance experiments in Moscow, Tomsk and Samara: preliminary analysis.
Tatiana Babkina (Tomsk State Univeristy, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Institute for Education, HSE) - Ethnicity and gender influence the decision making in a multinational state: The case of Russia.
Timur Natkhov (Laboratory for Applied Analysis of Institutions and Social Capital and Economics Department, HSE Moscow) – Education and Trust in Russia: An Empirical Analysis .
Elena Nikishina (Institute for National Project, Faculty of Economics, Moscow State University) – Culture in the Russian regions: the results of social surveys in 2014-2016 .
16:30-16:50 Coffee break
Olga Demidova (Economics Department, HSE Moscow) – Growth in Russian regions: different patterns for poor, middle and rich .
Eduard Ponarin (Laboratory of Comparative Social Research, HSE St.Petersburg) - Happiness in selected Russian provinces in 2011–2012 .
General discussion and concluding remarks.