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Tamara Mikhaylovna Lipkind

  • Tamara Mikhaylovna Lipkind has been at HSE since 2009.

Education

1984

Degree
All-Soviet Union Distance-Learning Agriculture Institute

Publications

Articles and book chapters2

Working papers2

Participation in research projects

  • Research projects within the framework of the Basic Research Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE):
  • Monitoring of business tendencies and economic uncertainty in Russia, 2017
  • Monitoring of economic behavior and business tendencies in Russia, 2016
  • Monitoring of business tendency and entrepreneurial behavior in sectors of Russian economy, 2015
  • Business tendency monitoring in the real economy and services, 2014
  • Business tendencies monitoring in the real economy and services, 2013
  • Monitoring the Business Climate for Enterprises in the Real Sector and the Service Sector, 2012
  • Monitoring of Business Climate in Real Sector and Service Organizations, 2011
  • Business climate monitoring in real sector and services organizations, 2010
  • Development of methodology and monitoring the organization of enterprise business activity, 2009
  • An expertise of the current system of statistical observation for the industry and developing proposals for its improvement (Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation), 2015-2016
  • Improvement of industrial statistics and development of indicators of industrial performance for policy-relevant analysis in CIS countries (UNIDO project), 2015-2017
  • Strategy of socio-economic development of Moscow up to 2025 (development of basic materials), 2012

Employment history

Since 2009

Leading expert, Center for Business Tendency Studies, Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, Higher School of Economics

1998 - 2005

Expert, Deputy Head of Division, Center for Economic Analyses at the Government of the Russian Federation (from 2003 - Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation)

1993 - 1998

Chief Specialist, Interstate Statistical Committee of the Commonwealth of Independent States, Department of international comparison

1986 - 1993

Specialist, Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation, Department of statistical methodology

1986 - 1991

Specialist, Chief Specialist, Central Statistical Board of the USSR, Department of agricultural statistics

1982 - 1986

Zoo technician, Ministry of Agriculture of the USSR

1977 - 1982

Zookeeper, Moscow Zoo


Workshops and conferences

  • CIRET/ KOF/WIFO workshop “Economic tendency surveys and financing conditions”, October, 13-14, 2017, Vienne, Austria, poster «Recent crisis in Russia: entrepreneurial sentiment and economic growth»
  • UNIDO/Rosstat  regional seminar on Industrial statistics for evidence-based policy-making, May 26-26, 2017, Sochi, Russia, participant
  • UNIDO regional workshop "Statistical analyses of industrial development general trends in the CIS countries", September 22-23, 2016, Moscow, seminar participant 
  • CIRET conference «Economic Tendency Surveys and Economic Policy»,  September 14-17, 2016, Copenhagen, Denmark, presentation “Clustering entrepreneurial assessments of small retail business development in Russia”
  • 7th Joint EC/OECD Workshop on Recent developments in Business and Consumer Surveys, November,30 – December, 1, 2015, Paris, France, presentation «Are indicators of business tendency survey useful to measure cyclical development of the Russian economy?»
  • CIRET/KOF/RIED WSE Workshop on Economic Cycles and Uncertainty, October, 9-10, 2015, Warsaw, Poland, poster «Capabilities of business tendency surveys results to measure short-term cycles in the Russian economy»
  • European Forest Institute workshop "Overcoming Uncertainty of the Russian Markets: How to continue business with Russia in a changed environment", March,18, 2015, Helsinki, Finland, presentation «Russian economic development and business outlook»
  • Workshop on the Harmonisation of the BRICS's Tendency Surveys, Zurich, October 3-5, 2013
  • CIRET/KOF/HSE Workshop on National Business Cycles in the Global World, Moscow, September 16-17, 2011
  • Third International Seminar on Early Warning and Business Cycle Indicators, Moscow, November 17-19, 2010

Business Cycles in the Russian Service Sector

On 11–14 September 2018 the 34th CIRET (Centre for International Research on Economic Tendency Surveys) conference took place in Rio de Janeiro, where Tamara Lipkind, Leading Expert at the HSE ISSEK Centre for Business Tendencies Studies presented a report on business cycles in the Russian service sector.

UNIDO Report on CIS Countries’ Industrial Statistics is Published, Prepared With Participation of HSE ISSEK Experts

Organisers and participants of the UNIDO project “Improving Industrial Statistics, and Developing Statistical Indicators for Analysing Industry Development in the CIS countries” discussed results of the project’s analytical component at a workshop in Sochi. An important contribution to the project was made by Liudmila Kitrar, UNIDO Consultant and Deputy Director of the HSE ISSEK Centre for Business Tendencies Studies (CBTS), and the CBTS staff.

ISSEK Experts Took Part in Improving the CIS Countries’ Industrial Statistics in the Scope of the UNIDO Project

Preprint “Industrial Development in the CIS: Re-industrialisation Trends and Potential” is published at the UNIDO official website. The publication presents statistical analysis of the scale and trends of manufacturing industry development in Russia and the CIS countries, focusing on efficiency of integration processes, quality of industrial policy, and strengthening competitiveness.