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.
Anna Daviy and Elena Shakina presented the preliminary results of a joint study of the optimal moment of technology adaptation
The first half of 2020 was unusual for everyone in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic led to lockdown, causing an avalanche of changes in our lives. These changes also affected the work of the International laboratory of intangible-driven economy (IDLab).
Olga Okulova (NRU HSE - SPb) presented the research on the impact of international accreditation on business-school performance
Professor Carlos Jardon presented the study on intellectual capital of Russian companies
Bernardo Pincheira presented the study "Student Employment and Academic Achievement"
Petr Parshakov presented the study "The Wisdom of Crowds and Transfer Market Values"
On April, 15 E. Shakina, I. Naidenova and P. Parshakov shared first results of their research dedicated to financial markets in the spread of COVID-19.
April, 8: ID LAB met online again — with N. Volkova as a speaker.
On April, 1 during the regular online seminar, the report on wage and performance interplay by A. Bykova, D. Coates and P. Parshakov was discussed.