Ekaterina KocherginaUniversità degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca | UNIMIB · Department of Sociology and Social Research
Master of Science
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Ekaterina Kochergina is a doctoral student at the University Milan-Bicocca, of Sociology and Social Research. She previously worked at the Department for social research, Levada Center. Her research focuses on issues of gender equality, specifically on female participation in politics, and women's representation in politics.
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February 2011 - August 2015
В сентябре 2015 года Левада-Центр по заказу Российского еврейского комитета (РЕК) провел социологическое исследование, цель которого заключалась в описании отношения населения России к евреям и определении уровня антисемитизма.
В рамках ежемесячного опроса населения России Левада-центр провел инициативное исследование отношения россиян к участию женщин в политике и возможности выдвижения женщины-кандидатки в президенты. В феврале 2017 года и сентябре 2016 года центр проводил свои инициативные исследования по схожей теме, а именно отношение россиян к участию женщин в полит...
There is a substantial turn in recent Russian politics towards conservatism in family policies. Top Russian officials and church leaders have spoken several times in favor of abortion ban in Russia, or at least getting it out off of state medical insurance plan. We conducted a representative survey of Russian citizens on issues related to reproduct...
Аборты в общественном мнении россиян.
Is in utero exposure to testosterone correlated with earnings? The question matters for understanding determinants of wage differences that have attracted so much attention among economists in the past decade. Evidence indicates that markers for early testosterone exposure are correlated with traits like risk-taking and aggressiveness. But it is no...
Regression analysis is used to explore the relationship between students' risk attitudes and academic performance indicators: Current academic achievement and the likelihood of dropping out. Using empirical data on students of a highly selective Russian university, we reveal a considerable positive correlation between risk acceptance and the likeli...
We study which Big Five personality traits are associated with academic performance among a sample of Russian university students using results from the Unified State Examination (for university admissions) and their current grade point averages as measures of academic performance. We find that Introversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism, and Openness...