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Illustration for news: Figure of the day: 65%

Figure of the day: 65%

CEOs of travel companies complain about lack of demand. Over half of the CEOs of travel companies and hotels say that the lack of demand is the key factor which limits their development. These data were presented in information and analytical material “Business climate in service sector in 4Q 2016”, prepared by HSE ISSEK Centre for Business Tendency Studies.

Vitaliy Roud: “Innovations Mean Multiple Communications. It Is a Difficult and Risky Strategy”

In the Bloomberg's ranking of the world's 50 most innovative countries, Russia is on the 26th place, and it lost ground heavily (by 14 points) in comparison with other countries. Vitaliy Roud (research fellow, Laboratory for Economics of Innovation, HSE ISSEK) commented the Bloomberg Innovation Index which includes a small proportion of indicators Global Innovation Index (GII) on RBC TV.

Cooperation Strategies of Enterprises: the Duration of Collaboration

Research fellows of the HSE ISSEK Laboratory for Economics of Innovation studied the duration of cooperation in innovation activities. The results are reported in HSE ISSEK information bulletin series “Science, Technology, Innovation”.

Provision of Buildings for Research and Development Organisations in Russia

The new issue of the newsletter "Science, Technology, Innovation" series presents a specialized survey conducted by the HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge commissioned by Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

Illustration for news: Figure of the Day: 46 000 Roubles

Figure of the Day: 46 000 Roubles

is the average monthly salary of a research scientist in Russia. From January to September 2016 it increased by 5.2% in comparison with the same period in 2015.

ISSEK Highlights 2016

Here’s a review of major events, projects and publications by HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge which marked the year 2016.

Foresight and STI Governance no 4, 2016

The new issue of Foresight and STI Governance presents results of Russian studies assessing import substitution prospects, the current state of the knowledge-intensive business services sector, and the impact of fixed-term employment contracts on companies’ innovation activities. International experts share methodological recommendations on increasing efficiency of European innovation policy, and designing technology development strategies.

Science Management Practices as a Study Object

On 8 December ISSEK hosted a discussion of best R&D and/or S&T management practices applied by academic organisations. Leading science, technology and education experts discussed conceptual models of R&D management, analysed various aspects of measuring academic organisations’ performance, and debated whether it would be at all possible to develop any universal success recipes.

Kaja Ciglic: “We Can Be More Secure, But We Will Not Be Totally Secure”

On 9 December, 2016 HSE ISSEK in partnership with Microsoft organised seminar “Cybersecurity. The role of government; business and society”. Kaja Ciglic, Sr. Cybersecurity Strategist, Microsoft, discussed geopolitical trends of global cybersecurity and various initiatives in this space proposed by different stakeholders with the students and faculty.

HSE Hosted a Round Table Discussion of the Role of Financial Technologies in Development of the Financial Sector

On 13 December, the Higher School of Economics jointly with the Bank of Russia hosted a round table discussion “Financial technologies and the future of the banking sector”. Vadim Kalukhov, director of the RF Central Bank’s Financial Technologies, Projects, and Process Organisation Department, made a presentation on major relevant trends and the Bank of Russia’s key projects.