Dr. Gordey Yastrebov
Phone: 0951 863-3122
Consultation by appointment
Dr. Gordey Yastrebov has joined the Chair of Sociology 1 in 7/2018 while on the track of completing his doctoral dissertation at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy. In his dissertation project, he explored how post-WWII demographic dynamics (i.e. the succession of the "thick" baby boom cohorts over the "thin" baby bust generations) impacted on individual social mobility. Between 9/2014 and 6/2016, as a doctoral student at the EUI, he participated in the eduLIFE project (supervised by prof. Hans-Peter Blossfeld) focusing on the development of social inequalities in early life course and secondary education in post-Soviet Russia. His previous academic record also includes several years of research and teaching at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, one of Russia's leading research universities with a strong profile in social sciences.
Gordey's research interests broadly revolve around social and educational stratification, intra- and intergenerational mobility, and their interconnections with demographic processes. In addition, he has a general interest in mathematical sociology and formal theorization of social phenomena.
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