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Ekaterina Dyachenko

  • Analyst:Centre for Fundamental Studies
  • Ekaterina Dyachenko has been at HSE since 2005.

Education

  • 2015

    Master's
    European University in St. Petersburg

  • 2005

    Master's
    Perm State University

  • 2003

    Bachelor's in Mathematics. Applied Mathematics
    Perm State University

Publications16


Employment history

2015 – present: Research Fellow.
National Research University Higher School of Economics, Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, Laboratory for Economics of Innovation.

2014: Junior Research Fellow.
European University at St.Petersburg, Center for Science and Technology Studies (STS Center).

2013 – 2014: Junior Research Fellow.
National Research University Higher School of Economics, HSE Branch in Perm, Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Empirical Studies.

2011 – 2013: Junior Research Fellow.
National Research University Higher School of Economics, HSE Branch in Perm, Laboratory of Investment Analysis.

2005 – 2013: Electronic Resources Librarian.
National Research University Higher School of Economics, HSE Branch in Perm, Library.

Science. Technology. Innovation: 2019

The pocket data book contains main indicators characterising S&T and innovation potential of the Russian Federation. There are the information about intellectual property, S&T output, data of international comparisons given.

Scientists in Cinema

Every year the world’s cinema adds something to the shelf where feature films about scientists are kept. It might be about time to conduct a study “The image of scientist in popular culture”. The image should be a flattering one: scientists in movies are either villains, heroes, or geniuses. The only problem is, stories about saving the world and being a genius have very little in common with researchers’ everyday life. To mark the World Science Day we made a short list of movies where scientists are portrayed more or less realistically.

Russia’s Place in International Publication Activity Ranking: Engineering Sciences

The HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge presents information about Russia’s place in a ranking of countries by the number of academic publications on engineering sciences.

The Transition to the New Indicators in Measuring Science, Technology, Innovation

Researchers at the ISSEK HSE Laboratory for Economics of Innovation Vitaliy Roud and Ekaterina Dyachenko share with some observations from fields of three science conference where were discussed current trends and new measurement tools of science, technology and innovation.

Russia in the World Publication Activity Ranking: Social Sciences

The HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge has carried out an analysis of ranking of countries by publication activity in the social sciences.

Russia in the World Publication Activity Ranking: Natural Sciences

Russia is ranked 10th in the world according to publication activity by scientists in the natural sciences. China and the USA top this ranking. Russia is among the top 5 countries in some fields of the natural sciences, while in others, by contrast, it makes a low contribution to world science. Historically, these results come from the disciplinary structure of the Russian science. In total, 3.7% of publications in these areas in international scientific journals were written with the participation of Russian scientists in 2015–2017.

A series of ISSEK-authored papers published in Scientometrics

In 2017 a leading international journal in the field, Scientometrics, published six papers by staff members of the HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge describing application of various sociology of science and Foresight techniques for the purposes of studying driving forces and directions of scientific development.

Russian Scholarly Journals in Science Communication

HSE ISSEK experts conducted a pilot study of the representation of Russian science in the media in order to understand to what extent contemporary Russian academic journals are included into or excluded from the general context of popular science communication. Summary was published in Higher Education in Russia and Beyond latest issue.