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.”
During the second day of the LCSR Summer School, the participants continued learning the basics of confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). The lecture focused on the issue of model identification.
LCSR senior research fellow Anna Shirokanova has presented at the ASEEES Summer Convention. She shares her experience.
The fourth day of the 6th LCSR International Workshop started with the key lecture of the prominent LCSR expert- Professor Eric Uslaner. His lecture “Trust and Corruption Perceptions in Russia” covered the issue of generalized trust in Russia and its influence on the attitude of Russia’s population towards corruption.