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Mikhail Rogov

  • Mikhail Rogov has been at HSE University since 2021.

Education and Degrees

  • 2021

    PhD in Geography
    University of Lausanne
    Thesis Title: Urban Resilience: Towards a Multi-Level Approach to Russian Metropolitan Areas Facing the Economic Crisis of 2014-2016

  • 2016

    Master's in Economic policy and state regulation
    Saint Petersburg State University, Economics

  • 2014

    Bachelor's in Applied Ethics
    Saint Petersburg State University, Philosophy

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

Research stays

03-04.2019 Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Phoenix AZ, USA

Courses, summer schools

12-17.07.2021 The 4th St. Petersburg Summer School on Network Analysis, St Petersburg University (online)

7-11.06.2021 Training in Holistic & Biocybernetic System Analysis & Modeling, University of Lausanne (online)

02-06.2018 Course “Analysis, visualisation and simulation of geographical networks”, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Courses (2021/2022)

Theories of Urban Development (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Urban and Regional Development; 2 year, 1 module)Rus

Publications7

Conferences

  • 2021
    IGU Urban Commission annual meeting 2021 (Online). Presentation: Russian cities in global economic networks: The behaviour of multinational companies during the economic crisis of 2014-2016
  • IGU Urban Commission annual meeting 2021 (Online). Presentation: Evaluating multilevel urban resilience: The case of Russian urban economies 2010-2019
  • 2020
    IGU Urban Geography Commission annual meeting 2020 (Онлайн). Presentation: Socio-economic trajectories of Russian cities under the economic crisis of 2014-2016
  • Sunbelt Virtual Conference 2020 (Online). Presentation: Macro level of urban resilience: reconfiguration of multinational firms’ networks in Russia during the economic crisis of 2014-2016
  • 2019
    IGU Urban Commission annual meeting 2019 (Esch-sur-Alzette). Presentation: Globalization of Russian cities: towards a construction of Large Urban Regions (LUR) in Russia
  • Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting (Washington DC). Presentation: Multilevel approach to urban resilience: conceptual and operational model
  • 2018
    IGU Urban Commission annual meeting 2018 (Montreal). Presentation: Urban resilience discourse analysis: towards a multilevel approach to cities
  • IGU Thematic Conference “Practical geography and XXI century challenges” (Москва). Presentation: Urban resilience: towards a multilevel approach
  • 2017

    Globalization and Its Socio-Economic Consequences (Zilina). Presentation: The consequences of discriminatory measures for the national economy in the global market

Grants

09.2017-02.2021 Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship for PhD studies

09.2020 Research grant from Société Académique Vaudoise, Switzerland


Employment history

03.2018 - 02.2021 Assistant, Institute of Geography and Sustainability, University of Lausanne, Switzerland (assistant of Prof. Céline Rozenblat)

The positions of Russian cities in global economic networks have declined, but their internationalization has increased despite the economic sanctions of 2014

Mikhail Rogov, Research Fellow at the HSE Faculty of Geography and Geoinformation Technology, and Celine Rosenblat, Professor at the University of Lausanne, published a study titled "Intercity economic networks under recession: Counterintuitive results on the evolution of Russian cities in multinational firm networks from 2010 to 2019" in the Journal of Urban affairs.