Many Russians practice user innovation by developing their own inventions for use in everyday life, recreation, sports, etc. According to a study by Konstantin Fursov and Thomas Turner conducted as part of the HSE ISSEK Monitoring Survey of Innovative Behaviour of the Population, the estimated share of user-innovators in Russia may be as much as 10%, which is substantially higher than in many other countries.
Friday, September 21
Submission of papers (full draft) – May 31, 2018
LMS colloquium: Dipendra Prasad to speak on 'Automorphic Forms, Period Integrals, and L-functions'
Wolfgang Kissel to speak on 'From the October Revolution to Soviet Civilization: On the Emergence and Transformation of a Stalinist Discourse'