Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center

Articles, 2022

  1. Mareeva S., Slobodenyuk E., Anikin V. Public Tolerance for Social Inequalities in Turbulent Russia: Reassessing the Role of Subjective Mobility // Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes Journal. 2022. No. 1. Pp. 39-60 (Scientific Project 1.1.1 Social Stratification, Poverty and Inequality)
  2. Mareeva S., Slobodenyuk E., Anikin V. Support for Reducing Inequality in the New Russia: Does Social Mobility Matter? // Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics. 2022. No. 2. Pp. 175-196. doi (Scientific Project 1.1.1 Social Stratification, Poverty and Inequality)
  3. Korsunova V., Sokolov B. Value Attitudes of Russians: Comparing the Results of Online and Offline Surveys // Monitoring Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. 2022. No. 3. pp. 4-27. doi (Scientific Project 1.1.5 Dynamics of Values and Attitudes during the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Comparative Perspective)
  4. Scherbak A. N., Ukhvatova M. The Symphony is Over? The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Russian Orthodox Church–State Relations // Problems of Post-Communism. 2022. Vol. 69. No. 1. P. 58-70. doi (Scientific Project 1.1.5 Dynamics of Values and Attitudes during the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Comparative Perspective)
  5. Didenko, D. Secular Trends of Income Inequality in Russia: A Comparative Analysis of Statistical Dynamics (RU) // Ural Historical Bulletin. 2022. No. 1 (74). pp. 6-15 (Scientific Project 1.2.3 Studying Formation and Development of Human Capital in Russia in the Global Context: Long-term Tendencies, Factors, Structural Dynamics (from the 19th century to the beginning of the 21st century)
  6. Didenko, D. Income Inequality in contemporary Russia in the Long-Run Historical Perspective // Terra Economicus. 2022. Vol. 20. № 2. pp. 72–85 ( Scientific Project 1.2.3 Studying Formation and Development of Human Capital in Russia in the Global Context: Long-term Tendencies, Factors, Structural Dynamics (from the 19th century to the beginning of the 21st century)
  7. Spitsyna N., Balinova N. Kalmyks. Problems of Adaptation of Nomadic Groups in Russia. Anthropology, Demography, Reproduction. (RU) Scientific Digest, Issue No. 3 (8). 2022 (Scientific Project 1.5.3 Anthropological Diversity in Human Populations)
  8. Denisenko M., Mkrtchyan N. Demographic Changes and Labor Supply in the Regions of the Russian Federation (RU) Scientific Digest No. 5 (10) • 2022 (Scientific Project 2.1.1 Human Potential in Functional Demographic Projections)
  9. Shishkin S., Sheiman I., Vlassov V., Potapchik E., Sazhina S. Structural changes in the Russian health care system: do they match European trends? // Health Economics Review. 2022. No. 12. Article 29 (Scientific Project 2.2.1 The New Global Challenges to Health and Life Expectancy)
  10. Gasinets M., Kapuza A., Dobryakova M. The Agency of Teachers in Shaping the Educational Success of Schoolchildren: Roles and Beliefs (RU) // Education issues. 2022. No. 1. pp. 75-97 (Scientific Project 3.1.2 Mechanisms and Factors of Key Skills and Competencies Development)
  11. Sorokin P, Popova T. The Quality of Human Capital is a Response to the Challenges of Social Policy in the Context Of Destruction// Journal of Social Policy Research. 2022. Vol. 20. No. 1. pp. 157-168. (Scientific Project 3.1.3 Human Potential: Effects and Returns from Education)
  12. Sorokin P., International Expert Agenda in Education: Key Characteristics and Problem Areas // Education and science. 2022. Vol. 24. No. 1. pp. 11-52. (Scientific Project 3.1.3 Human Potential: Effects and Returns from Education)
  13. Korshunov I., Shirkova N. Vocational Education with Social Distancing: Data from Online Platforms (RU) // Education and Self Development, Vol.17, issue 2 (2022), pp. 203-218 (Scientific Project 3.1.4 Adult Education)
  14. Korshunov I., Lubnikov S., Miroshnikov M., Tuinin A. Problem Solving and Formal, Nonformal, and Informal Learning of Russian Employees (Based on PIAAC Data) (ENG) // Adult Education Quarterly (2022), pp. 1-23 (Scientific Project 3.1.4 Adult Education)
  15. Lukyanova A. Self-employment, Secondary Employment and Inequality of Labor Income in Russia (2000-2014) (RU) // Economic Sociology. Vol. 23. No. 1. January 2022, pp.101-124 (Scientific Project 3.2.1 Human Capital and Russian Labor Market)
  16. Gavrilova N., Gershman M., Thurner T. Policy challenges and recommendations in support of Moscow’s creative industries – viewpoints of practitioners // Creative Industries Journal. April 2022 (Scientific Project 3.3.1 Methodological Foundations for Measuring the Socio-economic Characteristics of Creative Industries and the Creative Class)
  17. Boos V., Gershman M., Kutsenko E. Creative Specializations of Russian Cities (RU) Scientific Digest, Special Issue, 2022 (Scientific Project 3.3.1 Methodological Foundations for Measuring the Socio-economic Characteristics of Creative Industries and the Creative Class)
  18. Kabalina V., Osipova A. Identifying and assessing talent potential for future needs of a company //  Journal of Management Development . 2022. Vol. 41. No. 3. P. 147-162. doi (Scientific Project 3.3.2 Talent Management in the Knowledge Economy)
  19. Lubart, T., Kharkhurin, A. V., Corazza, G. E., Besançon, M., Yagolkovskiy, S. R., & Sak, U. (2022). Creative Potential in Science: Conceptual and Measurement Issues. Frontiers in Psychology, 13. doi (Scientific Project 3.4.1 Plurilingual Intercultural Creative Keys)
  20. Fursov K. Linton J. Social Innovation: integrating product and user innovation // Technological Forecasting and Social Change (Scientific Project 4.2.1 Exploring the the Involvement of Population in the Digital Environment, the Effects of the "New Connectivity", and Inequality Factors), (Scientific Project 4.3.1 Exploring the Elements of Innovation Culture of Organizations and Society in the Paradigm of Open Innovation)
  21. Yurij L. Katchanov, Yulia V. Markova, Dynamics of senses of new physics discourse: Co-keywords analysis // Journal of Informetrics, Volume 16, Issue 1, 2022 (Scientific Project 4.4.1 Human Resources Reproduction in the Field of S&T: Education, Attraction and Retention of Highly Qualified Personnel)
  22.  Kuzmina Y., Antipkina I. The Association between Approximate Number Sense (ANS) and Math Achievement Depends on the Format of the ANS Test // Journal of Cognition and Development. 2022. P. 545-570 ( Scientific Project 5.5.1 Neurosciences in Education)
  23. Proskuryakova L. (2022) The Interaction of Environmental Systems and Human Development in a Time of Wild Cards. A Big Data Enhanced Foresight Study. Journal of Environmental Management Vol. 316, article 115169 (Scientific Project 6.1.1 Foresight of New Energy Technologies and Assessment of Their Effects for Human Health and Quality of Life)
  24. Barabanov O., Maslova E. The International Decarbonization Regime as a Tool for Implementing Risk Society Values (RU) // World Economy and International Relations, 2022, vol. 66, No. 5, pp. 112-119 (Scientific Project 7.2.1 The Welfare State in European Countries: Regional Peculiarities of the Formation and Use of Human Potential and Applicability of Experience in Russia)
  25. Zarubina N., Kravchenko S. "New Barbarism" in a Civilizational Perspective: Impact on Human Capital // Polis. Political Studies, 2022. No. 1. pp. 31-44 (Scientific Project 7.2.5 Human Capital Development of the Russian Research Community in the Context of Digitalization of Research Activity and Increasingly Complex Sociocultural Dynamics)
  26. Noskova A., Goloukhova D., Kuzmina E., Galitskaya D. Digital Educator Competencies in the System of Academic Development of Higher Education: Empirical Research Experience // Higher education in Russia. 2022. Volume 31. No. 1. pp. 159-168 (Scientific Project 7.2.5 Human Capital Development of the Russian Research Community in the Context of Digitalization of Research Activity and Increasingly Complex Sociocultural Dynamics)
  27. Zarubina N., Rakova K., Li Zhongyuan. Risks and Innovations for the Scientific Community in the Context of the COVID‐19 Pandemic (RU) // Sociological research. 2022. No. 4. pp. 146-148 (Scientific Project 7.2.5 Human Capital Development of the Russian Research Community in the Context of Digitalization of Research Activity and Increasingly Complex Sociocultural Dynamics)
  28. Arapova, E. Role of Government Expenditures on Education in Stimulating Human Development // World Economy and International Relations. 2022. Vol. 66, No. 6. pp. 53-61 (Scientific Project 7.3.1 Interconnections and Reciprocity Complementary Dependency of International Ties and Human Capital)
  29. Karasev, D. A Theory of Policy Drift: Obstructionist Politics as a Mechanism of U.S. Welfare State Retrenchment // Polis. Political studies. 2022. No. 3. pp. 141-156 (Scientific Project 7.3.1 Interconnections and Reciprocity Complementary Dependency of International Ties and Human Capital)
  30. Zhirnova L. Regional Trends in Electoral Support for Latvian Parties: the Neighbourhood Effect // Baltic Region. 2022. Vol. 14, no. 1, p. 138—158 (Scientific Project 7.3.2 Spatial Analysis of the Factors of Regional Distribution of Human Potential in Russia and in the World)
  31. Okunev I, Zakharova E. The Greater Mediterranean as a Macroregion: Spatial Analysis // Polis. Political studies. 2022. No. 3. pp. 24-37 (Scientific Project 7.3.2 Spatial Analysis of the Factors of Regional Distribution of Human Potential in Russia and in the World)
  32. Okunev I., Tislenko M. Geography of Socio-economic Inequality in the World (RU), Scientific Digest, Issue No. 2 (7). 2022 (Scientific Project 7.3.2 Spatial Analysis of the Factors of Regional Distribution of Human Potential in Russia and in the World)
  33. Ryazantsev S., Gadzhimuradova, G. Russian-speaking Immigration to Finland: New Forms, Trends, Consequences // Baltic Region. 2021. Vol. 13, no. 2, p. 146-164 (Scientific Project 7.3.3 International Migration)