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Ivan Pavlyutkin

  • Ivan Pavlyutkin has been at HSE since 2006.

Education and Degrees

  • 2010

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD)

  • 2006

    Master in Sociology
    Higher School of Economics, Sociology

  • 2005

    Master
    Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences

  • 2005

    Master
    University of Manchester, Sociology

  • 2004

    Bachelor
    Higher School of Economics

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

2014 Research visit. University of Oslo (Norway). University Merger and Sensemaking at the Threshold: Understanding Radical Organizational Change in Higher Education

2015 Research visit. Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (UNICATT, Italy). Relational sociology and family research

Awards and Accomplishments

Best Teacher – 2016, 2013

Young Faculty Support Program (Group of Young Academic Professionals)
Category "Future Professoriate" (2014-2015)

Courses (2016/2017)

Social and Economic Anthropology (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; programme "Sociology"; 2 year, 3 module)

Editorial board membership

2014: Member of the Editorial Board, Higher Education in Russia and Beyond.

Projects

Organizational changes in Russian Engineering Universities: Institutionalization of Quality Management (2009-2010)
The research project is about making sense of organizational change at four State Engineering Universities, implementing quality management systems (QMS). This study adopted new institutional approach, to examine how and why contrary social expectations of improving quality brought organizational failure to the top-down rationalization process at large Universities. Research was based mainly on the analysis of in-depth interviews with university administrators (vice-rectors, deans and directors of QMS departments) at Moscow and Saint-Petersburg.             

Regional atlas on the economics of higher education in Russia (market indicators) (2010)
The aim of this collective project (with Androushchak G. and Novikov A.) was to create measures and to analyze the differentiation of regional markets of higher education in Russia. The data included the following indicators: size of the higher education market, its institutional coverage, program diversity, level and dynamics of tuition fees, and concentration levels of regional higher education markets. For each key indicator geographical maps were created. Besides, we analyzed indicators of regional markets of higher education in conjunction with socio-economic clusterization of Russian regions outlined by Independent Institute on Social Policy, 2006 and derive meaningful conclusions on differentiation of key indicators of higher education markets.

Conferences

  • 2014

    "Higher Education Diversity and Excellence for Society". The European Higher Education Society 36th Annual Forum (Essen). Presentation: Religiosity, Social Capital and Civic Engagement: Cluster Effects on Russian Undergraduate Programmes

  • "Дифференциация в динамично меняющихся системах высшего образования: вызовы и возможности", V Международная конференция Российской ассоциации исследователей высшего образования (Москва). Presentation: World Universities Rankings: Impacts on Universities Worldwide. Case of Higher School of Economics

  • 2012
    III Международная конференция Российской ассоциации исследователей высшего образования «Рождение и возрождение университетов» (Москва). Presentation: Going world-class through merger: how the state affects identity formation in Russian flagship universities
  • Embeddedness and Beyond: Do Sociological Theories meet Economic Realities? (Москва). Presentation: Constructing Organization across Institutional Boundaries: The Case of Orthodox University
  • 2011

    Debt: Interdisciplinary considerations of an enduring human passion (Кембридж). Presentation: To pay and not to pay: Symbolic meaning and structure of debt relationships in a Russian town

  • II международная конференция исследователей высшего образования "Университеты и государство" (Москва). Presentation: В поисках формулы слияния университетов: почему организационная культура имеет значение?
  • 2010
    32nd EAIR Forum “Linking Society and Universities: New Missions for Universities” (Valencia). Presentation: Breaking path-dependency: making sense of organizational change in Post-Soviet universities
  • 2009
    9th Conference of European Sociological Association "European Society or European Societies?" (Лиссабон). Presentation: Organizational identities and the quality processes in three Russian universities
  • CHER 22nd annual Conference, "Public Vices, Private Benefits? Assessing the role of markets in higher education" (Порту). Presentation: Marketization in Russian higher education: between economic logic and moral argument

Publications38


Higher Education in Russia and Beyond (HERB)

Higher Education in Russia and Beyond (HERB) is a quarterly informational newsletter published by National Research University Higher School of Economics since 2014. HERB is intended to highlight the transformation process of higher education institutions in Russia and the counties of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The newsletter seeks to present multiple-aspect opinions about current challenges and trends of regional higher education and give examples of the best local practices. We envisage our audience as a wider international community of scholars and professionals in the field of higher education all over the world. The project is implemented as part of cooperation agreement between Higher School of Economics and Boston College Center of International Higher Education.

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