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Nataliya Stanislavovna Karpova

  • Nataliya Stanislavovna Karpova has been at HSE University since 2002.

Education, Degrees and Academic Titles

  • 1996
    Associate Professor
  • 1986

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD) in International Economics
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

  • 1981

    Degree in Political Economy
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

* 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

  • "Rules for organizing the educational process by HSE teachers", LMS course, 2019
  • "Uniting for a Better Future", ASI Competence Platform, 2016
  • Fundamentals of the German Language, HSE, 2010
  • 2002-2006 - training and research seminars of the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT, Germany)                             
  • 2001 - Program for experts of independent analytical centers "Thinking Like Think Tank” (the Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, USA)
  • 1997 - visiting researcher at the International Institute for Management Development, International Institute for Management Development (Visiting Researcher, IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland)
  • 1994 - Program "Using multimedia tools and organizing distance learning for managers", (TACIS, London-Rome – Eindhoven)

Awards and Accomplishments

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Projects

1. " Vectors and Contours of the Future of the World Economy and International Business: a Young Intellectuals’ View»

2. International Marketing in the Digital Age

3. " Breakthrough technologies and transition to Economy 4.0: Challenges and Business Strategies»

4. " Breakthrough technologies and transition to Economy 4.0: Challenges and Strategies of the State»

5. Transition to the " new normal»: Challenges and Strategies of the Society  

6. Advancing Asia: how Digitalization shapes the Present and Future of East and Southeast Asian Countries

7. Transition to Economy 4.0: the Battle for Business Talents

Courses (2021/2022)

Courses (2017/2018)

Marketing (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; 2 year, 4 module)Rus

Publications

20201

Article Карпова Н. С. Мировая экономика: шоки и перспективы встречи с будущим // Современная Европа. 2020. № 6 (in press)

20192

20184

  • Chapter Карпова Н. С. Валютное положение и валютное регулирование // В кн.: Национальная экономика : учебник / 5-е изд., перераб. и доп. М. : ИНФРА-М, 2018. Гл. 53. С. 655-1-655-31.
  • Book Карпова Н. С. Национальная экономика : учебник / 5-е изд., перераб. и доп. М. : ИНФРА-М, 2018.
  • Chapter Карпова Н. С. ПЕРЕХОД РОССИИ К ОТКРЫТОЙ ЭКОНОМИКЕ И ЕГО ПОСЛЕДСТВИЯ // В кн.: Национальная экономика : учебник / 5-е изд., перераб. и доп. М. : ИНФРА-М, 2018. Гл. 49.
  • Chapter Карпова Н. С. Участие России в интеграционных процессах и международных организациях // В кн.: Национальная экономика : учебник / 5-е изд., перераб. и доп. М. : ИНФРА-М, 2018. Гл. 54. С. 655-32-655-49.

20171

Book Агеев А., Доценко Е., Карпова Н. С., Поминов В. Ключевые вопросы оценки и прогнозирования мировой энергетики и цены нефти. М. : РУБИН, 2017.

20166

20153

20147

20131

Chapter Карпова Н. С. Инвестиции предполагают понимание // В кн.: Россия-Япония: от политического противостояния к экономическому сотрудничеству (Анализ политических и экономических факторов российско-японского инвестиционного сотрудничества) / Рук.: С. Н. Лавров; под общ. ред.: С. Н. Лавров; науч. ред.: С. Н. Лавров. М. : ТЕИС, 2013. Гл. 4. С. 178-185.

20121

20114

20101

Book Abell D. F., Karpova N. S. Art of Creative Leadership. Lausanne : International Institute for Management Development, 2010.

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Book Луппов А. Б., Бурлакова Т., Степанов С., Карпова Н. С. Методологические вопросы организации выборочных обследований в статистике предприятий. М. : МИПК учета и статистики Госкомстата России, 1998.
  1. Karpova N. S. World economy: shocks and prospects of meeting with the future // Modern Europe. 2020. № 6
  2. Karpova N. S. Influence of cross-border migration on the competitiveness of host countries / / Modern Europe. 2019. No. 6. pp. 149-160. doi
  3. Karpova N. S. Socio-cultural and economic contexts of cross-border migration. Pros and cons for the competitiveness of host countries / / In the book: Global and regional aspects of migration processes: [sat. articles] / [ed. by Al. A. Gromyko]. Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2019. pp. 26-34.
  4. Karpova N. S. Currency situation and currency regulation / / In the book: National Economy: textbook / 5th ed., reprint. and add. M.: INFRA-M, 2018. Ch. 53. p. 655-1-655-31.
  5. Karpova N. S. National Economy: textbook / 5th ed., reprint. and add. M.: INFRA-M, 2018.
  6. Karpova N. S. Russia in the context of the Changing Global environment and development paradigm: energy aspect // Economic strategies. 2016. No. 7. pp. 1-16.
  7. Nataliya S. Karpova: International business in Russia, 2014-2016: stress-test for sales and investments paradigm (English). // Baltic RIM Economies Review, 2016. no. 2. P. 45-46, Vol.: 0.2 a. l.  
  8. Karpova N. S. Challenges of the World Economy and the change of the paradigm of Russia's development [Text] / / International Economy, No. 3, 2016, pp. 7-23. Volume: 0.5 a. l.
  9. National economy: Textbook / ed. by P. K. Savchenko.- 4th edition, reprint. and additional-M.: "Infra-M", 2016. Chapters: 52, 56, 57. https://we.hse. ru/prog_trends_prospects
  10. Nataliya S. Karpova (2015), "International gas projects of Russia in the context of changing economic paradigm", Baltic RIM Economies Review, Issue 5, 2015, Turku School of Economics, Pan-European Institute Pan-European Institute,pp.20-21.  
  11. Karpova N. S. Russia in search of a strategy for managing the Future [Text] / Karpova N. S. / / International Economics, No. 3, 2015, pp. 4-20.
  12. Preprint Karpova N. S. International Gas Projects of Russia in the Context of Changing Economic Environment and Paradigm/ Working papers by NRU HSE. Series WP BRP 10/IR/2014 "International Relations". 2015. No. 25.
  13. Karpova N. S., Lavrov S. N., Simonov A. G. International gas projects of Russia: the European Alliance and strategic alternatives / Under the general ed.: S. N. Lavrov; scientific ed.: S. N. Lavrov. M.: TEIS, 2014. ISBN 978-57218-0-4 Chapter 3. "Competitive markets: North America", p. 85-153; - Chapter 4 "Competitive markets: China", p. 154-199. - Instead of conclusion, p. 249-262.
  14. Karpova N. S. From the shale revolution to the revolution in Ukraine / / Expert. 2014. Vol. 893, No. 14. pp. 38-43. 
  15. An essay on the development of Russian marketing [Text] / Karpova N. S. / / Marketing in Russia and abroad, 2012. no. 2. p. 4-18.
  1. Will Russia become a country of talented work or difficulties for talents? // Social Partnership, 2011. No. 1.
  1. D.F. Abell, N.S. Karpova,  Art of Creative Leadership. - Lausanne, Switzerland: International Institute for Management Development, 2010.

Conferences

  • 2018
    «ОБЩЕЕВРОПЕЙСКИЕ ВЫЗОВЫ СОВРЕМЕННЫХ МИГРАЦИОННЫХ ПРОЦЕССОВ» (Тутцинг). Presentation: «Социокультурные и экономические контексты формирования миграционных потоков в современной Европе. Плюсы и минусы для конкурентоспособности принимающих стран (кейсы Германии и России)»
  • 2015
    Гайдаровский Форум 2015 "Россия и мир: новый вектор" (Москва). Presentation: ОБЕСПЕЧЕНИЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИЧЕСКОГО СУВЕРЕНИТЕТА РОССИИ: КЛЮЧЕВЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ И РЕШЕНИЯ

Employment history

Natalia S. Karpova has been working on problems of international business, world economy and international relations for more than twenty five years, combining research and teaching with the practice of consultant for domestic and foreign companies. He passed scientific training at Harvard Business School (HBS) and the Institute for Management Development (IMD). In 2008-2012 Natalia was a head of the Institute of International Business Higher School of Economics. She was a member of a group of experts for the Russian government working on the legislation documents and regulation acts  focused on foreign investment, the development of joint ventures and business education in Russia. Areas of her professional interests include issues of international business development in Russia and abroad; the development of foreign economic activities of industries / sectors of the Russian economy in a globalizing world economy; world experience of innovative development; Russia's image abroad; International Marketing; business cultures and their impact on competitiveness of nationas; development of business leader’s competencies. He has more than 40 publications, including monographs and articles on foreign trade, foreign trade and international marketing. Natalia Karpova is actively involved in research projects in Russia and abroad.

Responsibilities

Teaching and research activities at the department of international business.
As the Academic Supervisor of the Student Research Center of International Business:

  • Definition of areas and forms of research work
  • Coordination of student research, laboratories and projects

English - advanced level;

Japanese - beginner.

Profile

Natalia Karpova has been working on the problems of international business, world economy and international relations for over twenty years, combining research and teaching with advising to some leading international companies and organizations, including being member of advisory councils.

Natalia Karpova was one of the authors of first in Russia textbooks on foreign economy activities, foreign trade and marketing. Since 1986 she has been member of the group of leading experts as part of governmental working groups for the projects on foreign investment attraction, joint entrepreneurship development and business education in Russia.

Natalia Karpova heads advisory and research councils on international business, carries out work on HR capacity development for international business, leads the work of the Student Research Center of International Business, works with high achieving students, organizes and participates in educational programmes (corporate, short-term, continuing professional education) in Russia and abroad.

Professional Interests

  • Topical problems if international business development in Russia and abroad
  • Internationalization of Russian business
  • Development of RF economy sectors’ foreign economic activities in globalizing environment
  • Russia’s image abroad
  • International marketing
  • Research of Russian and international trade markets
  • Business cultures of the world
  • Development of competencies and the career of an international business leader

Work Experience

  • 2002 – present – HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs,  Assistant Professor at the Department of International Business (2002 – 2007 – Deputy Dean)
  • 2008-2012 - Director of the Institute of International Business
  • 2001–2002 – Director of the National Agency of Direct Investments School of Business Development
  • 1996–2001 – Head of the Moscow International School Center of Marketing Studies ‘Business in Industry and Science’; Assistant Professor at the Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia Department of Marketing and Management
  • 1994–2001 – Assistant Professor at the All-Russian Academy of Foreign Trade Department of Marketing
  • 1997 –  Visiting Researcher, International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Lausanne, Switzerland
  • 1994–1996 –  Head of ‘Region’ Consulting Firm Marketing Department, Moscow Government 
  • 1991 – Harvard Business School, International Marketing by Prof. Walter Salmon (Visiting Professor, HBS, Boston, USA) 
  • 1986–1994 – Senior Research Fellow, All-Russian Research Institute of Foreign Economic Relations
  • 1983–1985 – teaching at Moscow universities, postgraduate studies at the Lomonosov Moscow State University

 

Continuing Education

  • 2002–2006 – European School of Management and Technology (ESMT, Germany) seminars                            
  • 2001 – “Thinking Like Think Tank” programme (the Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, USA)
  • 1994 – TACIS programme, London – Rome – Eindhoven

 

Educational programmes developed by Natalia Karpova

  • International Corporation in the Age of Globalization
  • Marketing of International Companies
  • Business Cultures of the World

 

Foreign language skills

English: Advanced


Natalia Karpova deals with problems of international business, world economy and international relations for more than twenty five years, combining research and teaching with the practice of consultant for domestic and foreign companies. He passed scientific training at Harvard Business School (HBS) and the Institute for Management Development (IMD). In 2008-2012 Natalia was a head of the Institute of International Business Higher School of Economics. She was a member of a group of experts for the Russian government working on the legislation documents and regulation acts  focused on foreign investment, the development of joint ventures and business education in Russia. Areas of her professional interests include issues of international business development in Russia and abroad; the development of foreign economic activities of industries / sectors of the Russian economy in a globalizing world economy; world experience of innovative development; Russia's image abroad; International Marketing; business cultures and their impact on competitiveness of nationas; development of business leader’s competencies. He has more than 40 publications, including monographs and articles on foreign trade, foreign trade and international marketing. Natalia Karpova is actively involved in research projects in Russia and abroad.

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HSE Staff Members Receive University Medals and Notes of Acknowledgement

On October 22, some university staff members were awarded HSE medals and notes of acknowledgement from the Rector.