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 and new survey planned for 2019|
|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|
The Working Paper ‘Conditions for innovation in KIBS: Evidence from Russia’ by Nikolay Chichkanov, Ian Miles and Veronika Belousova was published in HSE WP Series 'Science, Technology & Innovation'.
On December 11, 2018, Sberbank Corporate University held a workshop “Digital Skills Training: Global Challenges and Digital Practices”. As part of the panel discussion, Veronika Belousova, head of Unit for Intellectual Services Market Research (Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, HSE University), presented a speech “Digital Skills: a View of Financial Analysts and Experts in the Field of Science, Technology and Innovation”.
On October 26, 2018, Sberbank Corporate University together with the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) held the Third International Conference 'More Than Just Learning: Closing the Digital Skills Gap'.
On October 24-25, 2018, Sberbank Corporate University held a series of certification programs from the leading global association of professionals in the field of corporate training and professional development (Association for Talent Development – ATD). Veronika Belousova, head of Unit for Intellectual Services Market Research (Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, HSE University), and Ivan Krechetov, head of Laboratory of Instrumental Modelling and Learning Systems at the TUSUR University, told about the course 'Instructional Design for Adaptive Learning'.
Here are the results of the “Intellectual Stream” Symposium held on October 11, 2018, in Moscow as part of the Expert Session “Knowledge Management. Standards and Practices” with the support of Business Association Kubit and KM Alliance. HSE ISSEK was represented by Veronika Belousova, head of Unit for Intellectual Services Market Research (Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, HSE University).