Valeria Malik's TREC study profile became one of the most read articles of 2019 in the Longitudinal and Life Course Studies
Valeria Malik's article “The Russian panel study 'Trajectories in Education and Careers' was included in the top 5 most read articles in 'Longitudinal and Life Course Studies' for 2019!
The article is describing the design of Russian longitudinal study 'Trajectories in Education and Career' (TREC), launched by the Institute of Education of the Higher School of Economics in 2009.
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies is a prestigious journal for anyone interested in longitudinal and life course studies. The journal has a special “Research Profile” section , in which specialists talk about the design and main characteristics of their longitudinal projects, making them accessible to the international academic community.
The top-5 includes two articles written for this section: about the Russian TREC longitudinal study and about the. This indicates a high interest in high-quality national longitudinal data. Other articles are devoted to longitudinal studies of youth and educational paths, health factors, educational inequality.
The article by Valeria Malik, as well as other publications from the top-5, is free to access throughout February.