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Data bases

Data Access

 

The data dissemination policy implies coordination of data access through the operator of the study (Centre for Cultural Sociology and Anthropology of Education at the Institute of Education, HSE) and its academic council. Currently databases are available after research proposal and data use agreement submission. 
Please contact Diana Yanbarisova via dyanbarisova@hse.ru for further details. 


Research proposal should include 

 

  • Research topic
  • Research goals
  • Short abstract (500 words)
  • Estimated duration of the research
  • Antisipated results (number of publications, their themes, journals selected for publication could also be mentioned)
After the consideration of a research proposal we will offer you a data usage agreement. 

 

Referencing the TREC data in research papers 

 

When publishing a paper (dissertation, working paper or academic article) in which TREC data were used, the reference to the profect should be made in the following form. 

 

«The data of the Russian panel study “Trajectories in Education and Careers” (TrEC – http://trec.hse.ru/) are presented in this work. Support from the Basic Research Program of the National Research University Higher School of Economics is gratefully acknowledged» 


Databases available currently

 

 

 

 

TIMSS

 2011

8th grade

available

I wave 

2012

9th grade

available

PISA

 2012

9th grade

available

II wave

2013
autumn/winter

11th grade of school and VET students

available

III wave

2014
spring

11th grade of school and VET students

available

IV wave

2015
spring/autumn

University enrolees and VET students

available

wave

2016 
spring

1st year University students and VET students and graduates

available

VI wave

2017
autumn

3rdst year University students and VET graduates

not available


 

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