First day of the 7th LCSR International Workshop “Subjective Well-being and Growing Inequality across the Globe”
We are pleased to announce that the 7th LCSR International Workshop “Subjective Well-being and Growing Inequality across the Globe” started on Tuesday, 11 April at the HSE, Moscow. The Seminar is organized within the XVII April International Academic Conference at the HSE. The event will last until April 14.
Dr. Chris Welzel, LCSR's Chief Research Fellow, gave a TED talk titled "Moral Progress: Expanding the Human Mind" at the Leuphana University Lüneburg. Use the link to watch video.
On Thursday, Prof. Kenneth Bollen addressed more complicated latent curve models. The lecturer talked about the between-group comparison of trajectories.
The 8th Day of the LCSR Summer School: Nonlinear Latent Curve Models Estimation & Conditional Latent Curve Models
On Wednesday, the participants learned how to estimate nonlinear latent curve models and found out more about conditional latent curve models.
The second week of the 6th LCSR Summer School has begun in Moscow. The main course “Latent curve models: a structural equation perspective” will be given by professor Kenneth Bollen (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA).
On Thursday, July 28, within the framework of the 6th International LCSR Summer School Professor Ronald Inglehart gave the lecture “Modernization and Inequality: Trump, Brexit and Populism.”