Starting from 2023, the project "Monitoring of Knowledge-Intensive Business Services in Russia" becomes a part of the project "Monitoring of Innovation Activity of Enterprises", which studies manufacturing enterprises, companies from KIBS and creative industries.
All the updated Information about the project will be posted on the website https://www.hse.ru/en/monitoring/innofirms/
The project 'Monitoring of Knowledge-Intensive Business Services in Russia' has been conducted by the Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge (ISSEK) on a regular basis since 2006. The project database includes the results of in-depth expert interviews, as well as quantitative data obtained through substantial surveys of Russian KIBS producers and users. Currently, the project focuses on:
- Further expansion of the project’s database through the collection of open data
- Analysis of current trends in the most dynamic KIBS segments (IT, engineering and financial intermediation)
- Studying customization and coproduction in KIBS
- Defining and exploring business model innovation in KIBS
- Assessing the impact of disruptive technologies on KIBS
- Conducting financial analysis of KIBS
HSE ISSEK Estimates of Russia’s Creative Economy Are Included in the UNCTAD’s Industry Review
In 2019, Russian creative industries’ contribution to GDP amounted to 2.4%; the creative economy employs 4.9 million people (6.8% of the total national workforce). These measurements of Russia's creative economy obtained by HSE ISSEK were included in the international report ‘Creative Economy Outlook 2022’ produced by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
New Technologies Has Helped Financiers to Adapt to The New Reality
COVID-19 pandemic has become an exogenous shock to the economy that significantly changed consumer behavior. The financial industry is simultaneously one of those most affected sectors by this shock and one of the leaders in both the development and implementation of new technologies. Technological leadership and the ability to shift to digital models made it possible for banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions to overcome the consequences of the coronavirus more easily concluded the participants of the Innovations in Finance session of the XI Annual International Academic Conference “Foresight and Science, Technology and Innovation Policy” October 15-26, 2021.
KIBS response to COVID-19 pandemics
At the International Symposium ‘Foresight and Science, Technology and Innovation Policy’ held during the XXII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development on April 13-16 Veronika Belousova presented the study 'KIBS response to COVID-19 pandemics' jointly prepared with Ian Miles, Nikolay Chichkanov and Zhaklin Krayushkina
An individual project research seminar 'Transformation in banking: impact of unexpected crises and COVID-19' provided by Veronika Belousova, Canan Yildirim (Rennes School of Business) and Nikolay Chichkanov has been finished
An individual project research seminar 'Transformation in banking: impact of unexpected crises and COVID-19' provided by Veronika Belousova, Canan Yildirim (Rennes School of Business) and Nikolay Chichkanov has been finished. Ten students participating in the course received regular assistance in the preparation of their individual research projects in banking & finance.
KIBS in time of the COVID-19 pandemic
The article by Ian Miles, Veronika Belousova, Nikolay Chichkanov and Zhaklin Krayushkina 'Knowledge-intensive business services in time of crisis: the coronavirus pandemic' has been published in the Foresight journal.