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New Migration Vectors: Migrants from Central Asia in Kamchatka

View on one of the districts of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center has published the 35th issue of the research digest. It presents the results of a study of new migration trends in Russia, particularly, the migration from Central Asia to Kamchatka. The research is carried out as a part of the project "Migration as a factor of accumulation of human capital in Russia".

Regional Identity And Migration Orientations Of Residents Of The Kaliningrad Region

Regional Identity And Migration Orientations Of Residents Of The Kaliningrad Region
Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center has published the 34th issue of the research digest. It presents the results of a study of the Kaliningrad region population that is characterized by increased level of self-identification. 

New technologies as a solution to the problem of unequal access to education

New technologies as a solution to the problem of unequal access to education
Artificial intelligence and machine learning, 3D modeling, virtual and augmented reality, and other technologies may increase student engagement and enhance learning process. The beginning of a new era of educational technology is the main topic of the new issue of trendletters, produced as part of a joint project of the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center and the UNESCO Futures Studies Chair (UNESCO Futures Literacy Chairs network).

Healthy Lifestyle As A New Priority For Individuals, Businesses And States

Healthy Lifestyle As A New Priority For Individuals, Businesses And States
Taking care of the health is becoming an essential part of modern lifestyle, contributing to both personal well-being and the sustainable development of society. This shift in perception of well-being and healthy lifestyle at the individual, business and state levels is the main topic of the new issue of trendletters, produced as part of a joint project of the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center and the UNESCO Futures Studies Chair (UNESCO Futures Literacy Chairs network).

Indigenous Languages and Cultures in Russia: Preserving Diversity

A herd of deer in the Amguema Tundra, the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center has published the 33rd issue of the research digest. It presents the latest results of the work of the staff of the Laboratory for Arctic Social Sciences and Humanities at the HSE University aimed at depicting the linguistic and cultural diversity in the northern regions of Russia.

The Shift Towards Conscious Consumption

The Shift Towards Conscious Consumption
The trend towards conscious consumption and environmental awareness is spreading worldwide, transforming the production sector and fostering the emergence of new business models. Manufacturers are integrating the principle of shared use and ownership of resources into their businesses, while consumers are increasingly turning to the reuse of items. The transformation and growth of eco-culture is the main topic of the new issue of trendletters, produced as part of a joint project of the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center and the UNESCO Futures Studies Chair (UNESCO Futures Literacy Chairs network).

Mapping as a Tool for Preserving Cultural Heritage

Olga Shtele and Pavel Shulgin
On May 23-24, an All-Russian Scientific Conference "Urban Environment Transformation: New Trends and Old Problems" was held in Kaluga, organized by Kaluga State University named after K.E. Tsiolkovski and Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INION RAN). Pavel Shulgin, the project leader of Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center, the head of the Centre for Regional Programs of Social and Cultural Development, and Olga Shtele, the leading expert of the Center, presented their report on the mapping of territories in order to preserve cultural heritage.

Innovative Potential of Russian Regions

Innovative Potential of Russian Regions
Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center has published the thirty-second issue of the research digest. It presents the results of a study of the innovative potential of Russian regions. The research digest was prepared within the framework of the project "Analyzing the Impact of Human Capital on the Technological Development and Economic Growth of the Russian Federation".

Labor Market of Russian Regions and Municipalities

Labor Market of Russian Regions and Municipalities
Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center has published the thirty-first issue of the research digest. It presents the results of the study of regional and local labor markets in the context of the events of 2020–2022, carried out by the Faculty of Geography and Geoinformation Technologies (HSE University).

'Our Сentre is a Major Multidisciplinary Project'

'Our Сentre is a Major Multidisciplinary Project'
Meeting in April, the HSE Academic Council discussed the results achieved by the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Centre in 2020-2023 and its plans for the future. Lilia Ovcharova, HSE Vice Rector and initiator of the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Centre, presented an overview of the progress made, stating, in particular, that 25 subdivisions of HSE University are involved in the Centre's work and more than two thousand early-career researchers and students have been trained at the Centre. Rospatent (the Russian Federal Service for Intellectual Property Rights) has registered 22 intellectual property objects (IP objects) produced in the framework of the Centre's operation, and 28 educational products have been prepared by the Centre.