- Lecturer:Faculty of Economic Sciences / Department of Theoretical Economics
- Research Fellow, Postgraduate Student:Expert Institute / Centre for Productivity Studies
- Ksenia Bobyleva has been at HSE University since 2017.
Samara State University of Economics, Economic Theory and International Economic Relations
Samara State University of Economics, Economic Theory and International Economic Relations
Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience
- External Relations skill enhancement program (Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, "External Relations", 2016)
- Training Program for Foreign Economic Affairs ( "Realization of Russia's national interests in the WTO, challenges and ways to improve trade relations", 2014 .; "Fundamentals of foreign economic activity under WTO specifics", 2013)
- Linguistic courses (Advanced level General English, Oxford English Academy certificate, 2013)
- Program for the Study of the financial markets ( "Fundamentals of functioning of the Russian stock market", 2012 .; "Analysis of the financial markets and the sale of financial assets", 2008)
- Further training in the field of analytical ( "Analyst of investment projects", 2011)
3rd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: Intangible assets and economic growth in Russia
Academic Supervisor: Voskoboynikov, Ilya
- Article Bobyleva K. The Contribution of Intangible Assets to the Growth of the Russian Economy // Review of Income and Wealth. 2022. Vol. S1. No. 68. P. 52-70. doi
- Preprint Бобылева К. В. Вклад нематериальных активов в экономический рост: как меняются оценки при переходе от СНС 1993 к СНС 2008? / Высшая школа экономики. Серия WP2 "Количественный анализ в экономике". 2021.
- Chapter Воскобойников И. Б., Баранов Э. Ф., Бобылева К. В., Капелюшников Р. И., Пионтковский Д. И., Толоконников А. Е., Роскин А. А. Источники роста производительности труда после шоков 1998 и 2008 годов в России в контексте перспектив восстановления экономики после кризиса covid-19 // В кн.: XXI Апрельская международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества. М. : Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2020. С. 1-60.
- Article Петровская Ксения Владимировна Институциональный аспект инновационного развития США // Экономика и предпринимательство. 2015. Т. 2. № 10. С. 81-86.
- Book Михайлов А. М., Хансевяров Р. И., Петровская К.В. Институциональные проблемы экономической теории в условиях перехода к инновационной экономике. Самара : Издательство Самарского государственного экономического университета, 2014.
- 2022XXIII Ясинская (Апрельская) международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества (Москва). Presentation: Дефлятирование инвестиций и динамика основного капитала в России и оценка вклада ИКТ и нематериальных активов в долгосрочный экономический рост
- 2021XXII Апрельская международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества (Москва). Presentation: Contribution of intangible assets to the growth of the Russian manufacturing and service sectors in a comparative perspective
- Six World KLEMS Conference. Presentation: The contribution of intangible assets to the growth of sectors of the Russian economy?
- 2020XXI April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. Session A-52. Economics of Income and Wealth (organized collaboration with International Association for Research in Income and Wealth with the support of Federal State Statistic Service) (Москва). Presentation: The contribution of intangible assets to the growth of sectors of the Russian economy or what innovations are active?
- IV Российский экономический конгресс (РЭК-2020) (Москва). Presentation: Contribution of intangible assets to the growth of sectors of the Russian economy
- 2019XX Апрельская международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества (Москва). Presentation: Низкий вклад нематериальных активов в рост российской экономики: отставание от развитых экономик или проблема измерения?
- Special IARIW-HSE Conference 'Experiences and Challenges in Measuring Income and Wealth in CIS Countries and Eastern Europe (Москва). Presentation: The Contribution of Intangible Assets to the Long-Term Growth of the Russian Economy
- The Fifth Asian KLEMS Conference Tsinghua University “Growth and Productivity Challenges in Asia and China from a Global Perspective” (Пекин). Presentation: The Contribution of Intangible Assets to the Long-Term Growth of the Russian Economy
- 2018XIX Апрельская международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества (Москва). Presentation: Нематериальные активы и долгосрочный рост российской экономики с 1995 года
- 2012Проблемы развития экономики и предпринимательства (Иркутск). Presentation: Теоретические основы международного разделения труда: от истоков к современности
- 2015 - pr.t.: Head of International cooperation planning and analysis division of International cooperation department of Federal service for intellectual property (Rospatent)
- 2011 - 2015: Department of foreign economic activity of the Ministry for Economic Development, Investments and Trade of Samara Region
"Deflation of investments and dynamics of fixed capital in Russia and assessment of the contribution of ICT and intangible assets to long-term economic growth" report by Ksenia Bobyleva at the XXIII YAMNC HSE
Within the framework of the XXIII Yasin International Scientific Conference on Problems of Economic and Social Development, session A-5-4 will be held. Measuring economic growth at which Ksenia Bobyleva made a report "Deflation of investments and dynamics of fixed capital in Russia and assessment of the contribution of ICT and intangible assets to long-term economic growth".
“The Contribution of Intangible Assets to Economic Growth: How do Estimates Change When Moving from the 1993 SNA to the 2008 SNA?” preprint publication
Ksenia Bobyleva's preprint was published in the WP2 series "Quantitative Analysis in Economics". The paper compares estimates of the contribution of intangible assets to growth within the 1993 SNA and the 2008 SNA. Estimates are made using the KLEMS databases. Data for European countries in the period 1995–2009 the use of the 1993 SNA and the 2008 SNA are compared, as are data for Russia and European countries in the period 2004–2016 using the 2008 SNA.
On April 14, at the A-14-4 session “Productivity, growth and human capital”, organized jointly by HSE University and the International Association for the Study of Income and Well-being (together with the section "Social Policy"), Ksenia Bobyleva and Anton Tolokonnikov presented their reports.
Anton Tolokonnikov presented his research on "Industrial Policy and Intersectoral Interactions in the Russian Economy". The paper examines the role of state policy in the Russian economy. The state, trying to eliminate market failures with its policies, often worsens resource allocation and harms the economy. However, government policies can have a positive effect on resource allocation, for example, by subsidizing some businesses and industries. How to stimulate economic growth by changing the sectoral structure of subsidies? The study assessed public policy for the Russian economy as a whole, and not for individual firms.
Ksenia Bobyleva's study is the first to compare the contribution of various types of intangible assets to the growth of the Russian economy and the economies of OECD countries.In Russia and the OECD, the contribution of R&D is higher in the manufacturing sector compared to market services. Intangible assets not related to R&D (for example, organizational capital, advertising) dominate in the services sector.In contrast to OECD economies, in the Russian economy, the contribution of intangible assets in market services is significantly higher than in the manufacturing sector. The contribution of intangible assets of market services to the aggregate growth of intangible assets in Russia is 0.19 p.p., which is six times higher than their contribution in manufacturing. In the OECD, this difference is not so noticeable.
The World KLEMS initiative brings together representatives from different countries and organizations who develop indicators of cross-country economic performance comparisons at the level of individual industries and conduct research based on these. On March 9 to 17, 2021, the 6th World KLEMS Conference was held in a virtual format for the first time.The conference addressed issues of the global productivity slowdown, the post-pandemic growth outlook, and the measurement of growth and productivity in the context of new economic activities and globalization. Projects from countries and groups of countries included in the World KLEMS Initiative—Asia KLEMS, EU KLEMS, and LA KLEMS—were widely presented. A separate section was devoted to the EU KLEMS project, including Russia and Eastern Europe.
The presentation was held on May 29, featuring IlyaVoskoboynikov, Eduard Baranov, Ksenia Bobyleva, Rostislav Kapelyushnikov, Dmitri Piontkovski, Anton Tolokonnikov, Alexander Roskin.
The report was presented by Ilya Voskoboynikov (HSE University), the discussion was led by Alexandr Shirov (IEF RAS), and the presentation was moderated by Evsey Gurvich (EEG)
The session was held at HSE University at the XXI April Conference in cooperation with the International Association for Income and Wealth Research (IARIW) and with the support of the Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat).
On March 17, this seminar was held online. In today's economy, intangible assets surround us and their role cannot be overlooked. What is the quantitative assessment of the contribution of intangible assets to economic growth? Studies in a number of developed economies show that the share of intangible assets in GDP is significant. The return on intangible assets is comparable to the contribution of traditional capital
Ilya Voskoboynikov and Ksenia Bobyleva presented their reports at the Asian KLEMS 2019 conference, which was held at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
The report “The Systemic Contribution of Intangible Assets to the Long-term Growth of the Russian Economy” was presented by its author, Ksenia Bobyleva, at the international conference “Experiences and challenges in the study of income and well-being in Eastern Europe and the CIS”.