Russia has 3.5 million people in creative occupations and 2.7 million employed by creative industries. IQ.HSE used data by the HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge (ISSEK) to see how much these two figures overlap and how creative employment is different from creativity. Having assessed Moscow's creative economy, the experts have broadened their scope to Russia at large. The findings are published in the inaugural digest of the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Centre.
Wednesday, September 27
Thursday, September 28
International Forum 'Russia — China: Business in a Multipolar World'
Registration deadline: 15:00, September 27
Lecture of Stephen Pax Leonard 'Doing Things with Voices: Colombian Kidnap Radio and the sound of God'