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.
Iuliia Naidenova presented the first results of a new study “Broadcasts versus highlights: what does a modern consumer prefer?”, conducted jointly with Petr Parshakov
IDLab members, as well as students writing course papers under their supervision, took an active part in the VIII scientific conference "Neighbors in Research".
Anna Bykova and Dennis Coates presented the results of the study "Economic freedom and performance in sports: evidence from US major leagues"
Petr Parshakov presented a new study "Uncertainty of outcome and demand for eSports in streaming". Research conducted with Angel Barajas and Sofia Paklina
Sofia Paklina presented the results of the study "Which professional skills value more under digital transformation?" The research was carried out jointly with Elena Shakina, head of IDLab
According to the results of the selection of motivation letters, 11 students from 3 HSE University campuses were recruited to the International Laboratory of Intangible-Driven Economy (IDLab). Yesterday the first acquaintance of the interns with the laboratory team took place.
Morad BALI presented the study on the sanctions modeling
Dmitry Dagaev presented the criticism of the Hankin rating formation model (2020) at the IDLab workshop
Mariia Molodchik presented the results of the study Culture of Innovation and Knowledge: the Mediating Role of Organizational Learning and Employee Initiative Behavior