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V. Belousova
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Nikolay Chichkanov

  • Nikolay Chichkanov has been at HSE University since 2015.

Responsibilities

1. Provide scientific and applied research projects;

2. Develop publications for peer-reviewed journals indexed in the international scientific databases;

3. Present the research results at Russian and international scientific and practical conferences; 

4. Develop analytical reports under the project 'Monitoring of Knowledge-Intensive Business Services in Russia';

5. Edit the web-site of the project 'Monitoring of Knowledge-Intensive Business Services in Russia';

Education

  • 2017

    Master's
    HSE University

  • 2015

    Bachelor's in Economics
    HSE University

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

  • Digital Science Master Class (Webinar) 'Create Your Ideal Paper with Writefull' (19 May 2020 г., Moscow, Russia);
  • HSE Professional Retraining Program 'Information and Data Visualisation. Presentation Development' (April 2020, Moscow, Russia);
  • HSE Professional Retraining Program 'Features of the organization of the educational process at HSE: rules and principles, regulatory and methodological issues, the use of information and communication technologies' (2426 January 2020 г., Moscow, Russia);
  • Clarivate Analytics webinars for researchers 'Information tools for scientific analysis' (1928 February 2019, Moscow, Russia);
  • Clarivate Analytics webinars for researchers 'Information tools for authors of scientific publications' (1928 February 2019, Moscow, Russia);
  • Clarivate Analytics webinars for researchers "Practical recommendations for publication in international journals" (1928 February 2018, Moscow, Russia);
  • Intensive Course on Business Intelligence by visiting lectures from Maastricht University (Basics of Data Analytics in R, 2024 November 2017, HSE, Moscow, Russia);
  • Researcher Connect Workshop (Co-orginised by British Council and HSE Academic Writing Centre). Modules Foundation, Academic Writing, Persuasive Proposals (1516 November 2017, Moscow, Russia). 

Awards and Accomplishments

HSE-funded Scholarship for PhD Students (2020)

RESER Founders’ PhD Award (2019)

Young Faculty Support Program (Group of Young Academic Professionals)
Category "New Researchers" (2018-2019)

Courses (2020/2021)

Courses (2019/2020)

Reseach Seminar 2 (Master’s programme; Faculty of Economic Sciences; 2 year, 1-3 module)Rus

Publications

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Article Miles I. D., Belousova V., Chichkanov N. Knowledge intensive business services: ambiguities and continuities // Foresight. 2018. Vol. 20. No. 1. P. 1-26. doi

20171

Article Miles I. D., Belousova V., Chichkanov N. Innovation Configurations in Knowledge-Intensive Business Services // Foresight and STI Governance. 2017. Vol. 11. No. 3. P. 94-102. doi

20163

20152

Regular Bulletins & Analytical Notes (in Russian)

Analytical Report 'The Adoption of Disruptive Technologies by Financial Analysts: the Case of Russia' (in Russian)

'Digital Economy' series

2020

'Science, Technology and Innovations' series

2020

2019

2017

2016

'Monitoring of KIBS in Russia' series

Conrerences & Workshops Presentations

  • 30th RESER International Congress Value Co-creation and Innovation in the New Service Economy (21-22 January 2021 г., virtual). Presentation: The Role of KIBS-Client Interactions and Related Knowledge for Innovation in KIBS;
  • Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences (ISC 
    RAS) Moscow Seminar ‘Expert Assessments and Data Analysis’ (10 June 2020, 
    online). Presentation: Client Knowledge as a Factor of KIBS innovation activity;
  • XXIX International RESER Conference 2019 (12–14 September 2019, Ceuta, Spain). Presentation: Service and Knowledge Coproduction as an Innovation Driver in Knowledge-intensive Business Services;
  • International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics (IFKAD–2019) (05–07 June 2019, Matera, Italy). Presentation: Сoproduction and Innovation in Knowledge-Intensive Busienss Services; 
  • Symposium 'Foresight and Science, Technology and Innovation Policy' (framework of XX April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development) (10–12 April 2019, Moscow, Russia). Presentation: Drivers for Innovation in KIBS: Evidence from Russia;
  • III International Scientific and Practical Conference 'Innovative Economics and Management: Methods and Technologies' (16–17 May, 2018, Moscow, Russia). Presentation: Innovation activity of KIBS in Russia;
  • XIX April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development (10–13 April, Moscow, Russia). Presentation: Innovation activity of KIBS in Russia;
  • Second World Congress of Comparative Economics '1917–2017: Revolution and Evolution in Economic Development' (15–17 June, St. Petersburg, Russia). Presentation: Composing the Financial Stress Index for the Assessment of the Banking Sector Stability;
  • XVII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development (19–22 April, 2016, Moscow, Russia). Presentation: Incentives to Use Mobile Banking in Russia.

Grants

RFBR's Grant for PhD students (2019-2021)

Research Projects

Study of the activity of innovation process actors: strategies, network interactions, institutions (HSE Program of Fundamental Studies, 2020)

Study of Moscow creative industries (Moscow City Government, 20192020)

Study of the activity of innovation process actors: applying new methodological approaches (HSE Program of Fundamental Studies, 2019)

Monitoring behavior of innovation actors: innovation activity of knowledge-intensive business services firms; innovation patterns of highly skilled R&D personnel (HSE Program of Fundamental Studies, 2019)

Applied Research Project 'Analysis of the activities of Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network compared to international peers in the field of digital broadcasting' (Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network, 2018)

The development of the system for the forecasting of perspective markets, technologies and competencies for the sustainable innovative develoment of one of the leading Russian banks in a mid-term and long-term period (2018) 

Study of the activity of innovation process actors: development of the theoretical framework and methodological approaches (HSE Program of Fundamental Studies, 2018)

Development of theoretical and methodological approaches to studying activities of innovation process participants (HSE Program of Fundamental Studies, 2017) 

Monitoring knowledge-intensive business services in Russia: functions and roles in the innovation process (HSE Program of Fundamental Studies, 2016) 

Teacher-Student Team Research Project 'The Development Of A System Of Models For The Management Of Credit Risk In Banking Under The Pressure Of Financial Instability' (HSE Academic Fund Programme, 2016)


Employment history

Since 2019 Unit for Intellectual Services Market Research, ISSEK HSE, research fellow 

2016–2019 Unit for Intellectual Services Market Research, ISSEK HSE, research assistant 

 

Impact of Digital Technologies on Russian KIBS

The HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge analysed the KIBS firms’ demand for digital technologies and the impact of their adoption on business activity. Top management survey results have shown that about 50% of the companies use big data analysis tools, and only 5.4% implement Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies. About 80% of KIBS firms applied different types of digital tools to optimise business process-es and increase competitiveness even before their massive development during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Remote Work and Online Employees’ Training in Russian KIBS Companies

The Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge of the Higher School of Economics (ISSEK HSE) presents 2019 survey results regarding the usage of remote work and online training practices across KIBS companies in Russia. The survey results indicate that Russian KIBS companies have been actively adopting remote work practices, online training and cooperation with customers even before the worsening of the epidemiological situation.

Foresight and STI Governance no 2, 2019

The new issue of the Foresight and STI Governance journal is devoted to the impact of technological progress on employment prospects and the development of competencies. This problem is viewed from the perspective of employees, companies and regions.

Roadmaps of ISSEK Postgraduates

A number of events happened in late October — early November, important to HSE ISSEK members who combine their work with postgraduate studies (or did, or are about to begin).

Foresight and STI Governance no 3, 2017

The special issue of the Foresight and STI Governance journal covers various aspects of innovation entrepreneurship in transition economies

Innovation Activities in KIBS Firms: International Comparison

The HSE ISSEK experts compared data about the application of technological, marketing, and organisational innovations by the Russian knowledge-intensive business services sector (KIBS) companies with relevant figures for European countries such as the UK, Germany, Denmark, Malta, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. The results are presented in the latest newsletter in the "Science, Technology, and Innovation" series.

Innovation-based Development: Prospects and Tools

The new issue of Foresight and STI Governance (2016, vol. 10, No. 4) presents the results of Russian-based studies to assess import substitution prospects, discuss the current state of the knowledge-intensive business services sector, and looks at the impact of fixed-term employment contracts on companies’ innovation activities. Furthermore, international experts share their methodological recommendations on boosting the effectiveness of European innovation policy, and designing technology development strategies.