About the Project
The project “Monitoring Survey of Innovative Behavior of the Population” is implemented within the Basic Research Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics. The aim of this survey is the analysis of data related to the public perception of science, technology and innovation, distribution of innovative practices in the households, skills for innovation, attitudes and other factors of innovative behavior of the Russian population. This survey is the only information source for international comparisons with the use of data issued by the OECD, European Commission (Eurobarometer and Innobarometer) and US National Science Foundation.
The monitoring started in 2009 as a three-year cycle and covers a broad range of indicators. Therefore a series of core questions were repeated cyclically. However, each year survey had its own specific topic as follows:
2015 – Public attitudes to science and technology
2014 – Understanding innovations
2013 – Innovative practices in Russian households
2012 – Dynamics of public perception of innovations
2011 – Skills for innovative activities
2010 – Discovering key innovative practices in Russian households
2009 – Public perception of innovations and distribution of innovative practices in Russian households
Empirical base of the Research includes the data set containing the results of a standard representative survey of the Russian population, conducted yearly since 2009. Sample for each year includes no less than 1500 people aged 16+.
The indicators calculated with the use of the survey data published in statistical data books and analytical reports of international organisations. The latest results of the conducted surveys are presented in a series of academic papers:
- Fursov K., Nefedova A., Thurner T. What user-innovators do that others don't: A study of daily practices // Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 2017. Vol. 118. P. 153-160.
- Fursov K., Thurner T. God Helps Those Who Help Themselves! A Study of User-Innovation in Russia / NRU HSE. Series SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION "SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION". 2016. No. 59.
- Fursov K., Thurner T. Make it work! – A study of user-innovation in Russia. // Science and Public Policy. 2016. No. scw072. P. 1-11.
- Fursov K., Nefedova A., Thurner T. What user-innovators do that others don't: a study of daily practices / NRU HSE. Series SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION "SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION". 2016. No. 62
- Chernovich E., Miles I. D., Polyakova V. (2015). Household Technology and the Sustainability of Consumer Behavior in Moscow. Sustainability, Vol. 8. No. 1. P. 32-37
- Savelkaeva A., Polyakova V., Fursov K. Structure of social attitudes to science and technology: national and individual determinants. HSE Working Papers. Series: Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP 52/STI/2015.
- Kadyrova A. Approaches to Statistical Measurement of Advanced Technologies: A Comparative Study. HSE Working papers. Series WP BRP Science, Technology and Innovation. 2015. 38/STI/2015.
- Zaichenko S. A. National Innovation System and Inequality in Russia, in: Inequality and Development Challenges: BRICS National Systems of Innovation. Routledge, 2014. P. 80-148.
- Prause G., Thurner T. User Communities — Drivers for Open Innovation // Foresight-Russia. 2014. Vol. 8. No. 1. P. 18-23.
- Gokhberg L., Polyakova V. Innovative Activities and Skills, in: The Global Innovation Index 2014. The Human Factor in Innovation. Geneva, Fontainebleau, Ithaca, NY : Cornell University, INSEAD, and WIPO, 2014. P. 93-99.
- Polyakova V. The Social Legitimation of Biomedical Technologies in Russia: Communication Challenges for Science and Society / Working papers by NRU HSE. Series: Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP 21/STI/2013.
- Zaytseva A. S., Meissner D., Shuvalova O. R. User Innovation – Empirical Evidence from Russia / Working papers by NRU Higher School of Economics. Series: Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP 08/STI/2013.
- Fursov K., Miles I. D. Framing emerging nanotechnologies: steps towards a forward-looking analysis of skills / Working papers by NRU Higher School of Economics. Series: Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP 15/STI/2013.
- Chernovich E. Technology and pro-environmental behavior in urban households: how technologies mediate domestic routines / Working papers by NRU HSE. Series: Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP 18/STI/2013.
- Shuvalova O. The Higher Scientific Competence – the More Opponents to Use New Technologies / Newsletter of the Research Committee 23: Sociology of Science and Technology, Issue 6 / Ed. Jaime Jimenez. – Mexico, IIMAS-UNAM, June 2010. P. 35-43.
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