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Maria S. Dobryakova

  • Member of the HSE Academic Council
  • Maria S. Dobryakova has been at HSE since 2006.

Education and Degrees

  • 2000

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD) in Social Structure, Social Institutes and Processes
    Institute of Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • 2000

    Master
    Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences

  • 1997

    Diploma
    Komi State Teacher Training Institute

* 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.

Awards and Accomplishments

RF Government Award in Education winner, 2008 

Presentations at conferences and seminars

Dobryakova M., Froumin I. Higher Engineering Education in Russia: Incentives for Real Change // International Academic Symposium on Higher Education Finance. Beijing, China. November 7, 2009

Dobryakova M., Froumin I. Higher Engineering Education in Russia: Incentives for Real Change // European Conference on Educational Research. Vienna, Austria. September 27-29, 2009
Presentation

Dobryakova M., Froumin I. Higher Engineering Education in Russia: Incentives for Change // 10th International HSE Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. April 7-9, 2009

Publications2

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20131

Book Carnoy M., Loyalka P., Dobryakova M. S., Dossani R., Froumin I., Kuhns K., Tilak J. B., Rong W. University Expansion in a Changing Global Economy: Triumph of the BRICs?. Stanford : Stanford University, 2013. doi

20101

Article Dobryakova M. S., Froumin I. Higher engineering education in Russia: incentives for real change // International Journal for Engineering Education. 2010. Vol. 26. No. 5. P. 1032-1041.

Publications

Dobryakova M., Froumin I. Higher engineering education in Russia: incentives for real change // International Journal for Engineering Education. 2010. Vol. 26, no. 5. 


Professional Experience

2003 – 2006: Independent Institute of Social Policy, Director of Publication and Grant Programmes

2000 – 2002: Ford Foundation Moscow Office, Higher Education and Social Policy Programme Assistant

Classics in New Economic Sociology

On January 27, 2015, HSE First-Vice Rector Prof. Vadim V. Radaev and Dr. Greg B. Yudin announced the closure of ‘Classics in New Economic Sociology’ - a mega translation project of the HSE Laboratory for the Studies in Economic Sociology. The project ran from 2001-2015.

HSE Recognizes Staff Achievements

At a meeting of the HSE Academic Сouncil on October 31, five members of the University staff were given awards recognizing their achievements at HSE.

High Demand for Education in BRIC Countries is Built on a Lack of Respect for Trades

A HSE Institute of Education seminar on September 16, saw the launch of the Russian-language book Mass higher education – BRIC triumph?  by HSE publishing house (the English original, University Expansion in a Changing Global Economy, Triumph of the BRICs? was published last year by Stanford University Press). Attendees discussed development trends in higher education.

33 million 

is how many first-years will be admitted to Chinese universities in 2020. These and other interesting facts are presented in the book University Expansion in a Changing Global Economy. Triumph of the BRICs?,which has been released in Russian by the publishing house of the Higher School of Economics. The English version of the book was published a year ago by Stanford University’s publishing house.