The International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy at the St. Petersburg School of Economics and Management is a part of the ID Lab research centre, which brings together scholars and young researchers from HSE, as well as from leading centres of Europe and the US. The Perm division of the laboratory has been carrying out its projects at the HSE's Perm campus since 2013. The research group in St. Petersburg is mainly focusing on projects in the field of digital business models and digital transformation of companies and markets.
Victor Krakovich presented the results of the study "Research-teaching nexus: the new answer to the old question"
IDLab researchers took part in the IX scientific conference "Neighbours in Research"
The International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy (IDLab) announces an additional enrollment of students
Tadeu Gasparetto presented the idea of a new study "Taking Out the Pressure on Penalty Kicks: Randomizing Shot Selection"
Daria Semenova presented her Candidate of Science (PhD) thesis on Willingness to pay in the foodmarket: attributive VS neuroeconomic approaches. The thesis is supervised by Sofya Kulikova and Maria Molodchik
Elena Veretennik presented preliminary results of the study "Impact of national journals: evidence from Physical sciences research published in post-Soviet countries"
Grigory Teplykh presented preliminary results of the study "Exploring the multiple role of state ownership for firm innovations in emerging markets: the Russian case"
Georg Stadtmann presented the results of the study "Survival of professional CS: GO teams: What matters? A research note"
IDLab members took part in the AMEC conference