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The School of Economics and Finance was established in 2014 through a merger of the Departments of Economics Theory, Accounting and Auditing, Economic Modelling, and Financial Management. The School is headed by Tatiana Bukina.
The aim of the School is to create and develop a community of academics and professional practitioners from the fields of theoretical and applied economics, corporate finance and financial markets.
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Anna Bykova presented the results of a collaboration with researchers at the IDLab Peter Parshakov and Dennis Coates on the influence of the wage structure in teams on individual player results using the example of the Major League Soccer. Despite the fact that the study was conducted on data from the sports industry, the hypotheses that were tested are of a general managerial nature - the work showed that if the team has a high salary concentration, in other words, a smaller percentage of employees receive a large part of the total salary, then individual labor productivity the employee is reduced, primarily due to the presence of comparative motivation and a decrease in cooperation between players.Peter Parshakov presented the results of a work written jointly with Dennis Coates, Sofia Paklina and Alexei Chadov. The article analyzes the impact of the popularity of computer games on unemployment. The authors concluded that in countries with more popular games, unemployment is higher, however, this effect is different for countries with different income levels.Ivan Avramenko, associate professor of the Department of Foreign Languages, presented the interim results of a joint study with the department’s and IDLab members Petr Parshakov and Yulia Naydenova, as well as Pavel Kolobov, student of the master programe in Finance. The study is devoted to the analysis of the relationship between communication between opposing teams and team performance based on data from the popular Dota2 game. The results of the study show that more intensive communication of the lagging team can stimulate the work of the leading team, while the comments of the leading team reduce the performance of the opposing team.