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Research

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1. Social science and humanities aspects of human capital 

1.1 Social Structure and Wellbeing of Households in the Framework of Sustainable Development Indicators

1.1.1 Factors of Poverty: Perception vs Reality

HSE

Alina Pishnyak,

Svetlana Mareeva

1.1.2 Social Inclusion and Diversity Management in Russian Companies in the Context of Global Challenges (HR Managers' Perspectives)

HSE

Christian Froelich

1.1.3 Economic Growth, Human Potential and General Purpose Technologies in the Age of Global Slowdown

HSE

Ilya Voskoboynikov

1.1.4 Psychology of Social and Economic inequality

HSE

Elena Agadullina

1.1.5 Values and Attitudes Trends during the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Comparative Perspective

HSE

Boris Sokolov

1.1.6 Wellbeing Assessment and Time-Use Budgets

HSE

Maria Nagernyak

1.1.7 Methods of Stochastic Analysis in the Study of Human Behavior in the Context of Global Challenges

HSE

Valentin Konakov

1.1.8 Analyzing the Impact of Human Capital on the Technological Development and Economic Growth of the Russian Federation

RANEPA

Aleksandra Bojechkova

1.1.9 Resources for Human Capital Development and Improvement of Quality of Life in Russia: Response to Current Threats and Possible Models of Development

RANEPA

Tatiana Maleva

1.2 Human potential in historical perspective

1.2.1 Human Potential in Russia in the Modern Period

HSE

Igor Fedyukin

1.2.2 Intellectual Elite in the Political Life of Europe (on the example of professional historians)

RANEPA

Oleg Aurov

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)

RANEPA

Roman Konchakov

1.2.4 History and Interaction of Human Populations of Pre-tribal Epoch According to Linguistic Data Iinterdisciplinary Approach)

RANEPA

Alexey Kassian

1.2.5 Political Languages, Social Institutions and Cultural Transfer as Factors of Global Competitiveness

RANEPA

Timur Atnashev

1.2.6 Creating a New Model for Digital Publishing of Classical Texts (on the example of ancient drama)

RANEPA

Nikolay Grintser

1.2.7 Man and Power in the Russian Middle Ages

RANEPA

Fjodor Uspenski

1.3 Personal potential as a predictor of success and well-being

1.3.1 Subjective Quality of Life and Psychological Resistance to the Threats of the COVID-19 Pandemic: the Role of Personal Potential

HSE

Dmitriy Leontiev

1.4 Diversity and Sustainability Predictors at the Time of Global Challenges

1.4.1 Atlas of Cultural Heritage

HSE

Pavel Shulgin

1.4.2 Relationship between Social and Human Capital: Trust in Technology VS Ttrust in Institutions

RANEPA

Viktor Vakhstain

1.4.3 Studying the Role of Border Regions in Overcoming Economic, Social and Epidemiological Risks

RANEPA

Ivan Pechkov

1.4.4 Networks of Trust and the Social Landscape of the City: Non-institutional Texts and Practices

RANEPA

Nikita Petrov

1.4.5 Factors and Forms of Growing Inequality in the Contemporary World

RANEPA

Grigoriy Yudin

1.4.6 Human Capital in Rural Development: Russia and the World

RANEPA

Alexandre Nikulin

1.4.7 Risks and Opportunities of Cultural Diversity as a Resource of Social Sustainability

IEA RAS

Valery Tishkov

 V. Stepanov

1.4.8 Cultural Diversity, Historical and Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Cultural Practices in Visual Presentations: from Archival Documents to New Media 

IEA RAS 

 Elena Danilko 

1.4.9 Conceptual Foundations of Humanitarian and Social Studies of Man and Technology 

IEA RAS 

 Sergei Sokolovsky

1.4.10 Opportunities and Risks of Policies and Practices of Historical Memory, Heritage and Identity 

IEA RAS 

 Victor Shnirelman 

1.4.11 Risks and Chances of Cultural Diversity as a Resource of Social Stability

IEA RAS

Anna Sokolova

1.4.12. Human Biosocial Nature as a Resourse for Adaptation to Global Challenges   или in the framework of global challenges

IEA RAS

Marina Butovskaya

1.5 Anthropological Diversity and Adaptive Capacity in Human Populations

1.5.1 Assessing and Managing Biosafety in the System of Measures for Sustainable Development of the Arctic


HSE


Valeriy Chaschin

1.5.2 The Arctic Center: Linguistic and Cultural Diversity of the North, Siberia and the Far East

HSE

Andrian Vlakhov

1.5.3.Anthropological Diversity in Human Populations

IEA RAS

Sergey Vasiliev

1.5.4 Anthropological Aspects of Health Promotion Research

IEA RAS

Valentina Kharitonova

2. Demography and Active Aging

2.1 Human Potential in Functional Demographic Projections

2.1.1 Human Potential in Functional Demographic Projections

HSE

Mikhail Denissenko

2.1.2 Models of Long-term Forecasting in the Pension System

RANEPA

Andrei Polbin

2.1.3 Studying Mass Emigration and Immigration Flows, Strategic Guidelines for Russian migration policy

RANEPA

Andrei Polbin

2.1.4 Developping Multistatus Demographic Models for Russia in the context of Educational Attainment and Health Status / Life Expectancy 

RANEPA

Sergei Scherbatov

(Sergey Shulgin)

2.2 Contemporary Global Health and Life Expectancy Challenges

2.2.1 The New Global Challenges to Health and Life Expectancy

HSE

Segey Shishkin

2.2.2 Life Expectancy and Health in Russia: State, Challenges and Perspectives

HSE

Sergey Timonin

2.3 Social and Human capital of the Older Generation

2.3.1 Social and Human Capital of the Older Generation

HSE

Vladimir Magun,

Oksana Sinyavskaya

2.3.2 Institutions as Factors of Accumulation and Preservation of Human Capital: Contemporary and Historical Evidence

HSE

Leonid Polishchuk

2.4 Migration Flows and Strategic Directions of Russia's Migration Policy

2.4.1 Migration as a Factor of Human Capital Accumulation in Russia

HSE

Ekaterina Demintseva;

Mikhail Denissenko

2.4.2 Migration Flows and Strategic Orientations of Migration Policy in Russia

RANEPA

Vladimir Malachov

3. Employment and development of skills and competencies 

3.1 Skills and Competencies: Returns, Formation, Assessment tools

3.1.1 Measuring Key Skills and Competencies

HSE

Elena Kardanova

3.1.2 Mechanisms and Factors of Key Skills and Competencies Development

HSE

Taras Paschenko

3.1.3 Human Potential: Effects and Returns from Education

HSE

Pavel Sorokin

3.1.4 Adult Education

HSE

Ilya Korshunov

3.1.5 Science and Technology Policy and its Impact on Human Capital Development in Russian Regions

RANEPA

Oksana Medvedeva

3.1.6 Strategies of Education Development in Socio-cultural Perspective, Model of Evidence-based Education Policy and Compliance of Educational Parameters with of Russia's Development Characteristics 

RANEPA

Vladinir Spiridonov

3.2 Labor Market: Changes in Demand in Professional Structure and System of Skills and Wages

3.2.1 Human Capital and Russian Labour Market

HSE

Vladimin Gimpelson

3.2.2 Graduates’ Labour Market: School-to-work Transition

HSE

Pavel Travkin

3.3 Human Being in the Creative Economy

3.3.1 Methodological Foundations for Measuring the Socio-economic Characteristics of Creative Industries and the Creative Class

HSE

Mikhail Gershman

3.3.2 Assessing the Potential of Talented Employees: Definitions, Indicators, Measurement

HSE

Veronika Kabalina

3.4 Multilingual and Intercultural Creative Learning

3.4.1 Plurilingual Intercultural Creative Keys

HSE

Anatoliy Kharkhurin

4. Humans in the era of technological transformations 

4.1 Human Being in the Future

4.1.1 Developping Methods and Tools for Big Data Mining as Applied to Research on Human Potential

HSE

Ilya Kuzminov

4.1.2 Identifying Global trends and Challenges Related to Human Development taking into account the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

HSE

Yulia Milshina

4.2 Human Being in the Digital World

4.2.1 Exploring the Digital Inclusion of the Population, the Effects of the "New Connectivity", and Inequality Factors

HSE

Ekaterina Streltsova

4.3 Human Being at the Age of Open Innovation

4.3.1 Exploring the Elements of Innovation Culture of Organizations and Society in the Open Innovation Paradigm

HSE

Vitaliy Rud

4.4 Human Potential in the field of Science and Technology

4.4.1 Reproducing Human Resources in the Field of S&T: Education, Attraction and Retention of Highly Qualified Personnel

HSE

Natalia Shmatko

5. Neurocognitive mechanisms of social behavior

5.1 Neurocognitive Decision-making Mechanisms

5.1.1 Neurocognitive Decision-making Mechanisms

HSE

Boris Gutkin

5.1.2 Neurocognitive Decision-Making Mechanisms

RANEPA

Vladimir Spiridonov

5.2 Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Communication and Speech

5.2.1 Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Communication and Speech

HSE

Yury Shtyrov

Andrei Myachykov

5.3 Brain Mechanisms Underlying the Social Processes and Emergent Mechanisms of Decision-making

5.3.1 Brain Mechanisms Underlying the Social Processes and Emergent Mechanisms of Decision-making

HSE

Vasily Klucharev

5.4 Neurocognitive Decision-making Mechanisms in Different Social Contexts

5.4.1 Neurocognitive Decision-making Mechanisms in Different Social Contexts

HSE

Alexey Belyanin

5.5 Neurosciences in Education

5.5.1 Neurosciences in Education

HSE

Ekaterina Orel

6. Natural and climatic factors affecting sustainable development

6.1 Human Capital, Global Change and Territorial Resilience

6.1.1 Global Changes and Integrated Development of Natural and Climatic Systems and Human Potential Factors 

HSE

Liliana Proskuryakova

6.1.2 The Relationship between the spatial differentiation of human potential and the resilience of territories in the context of socio-economic and natural factors

HSE

Nikolay Kurichev

6.2 Interaction of Socio-economic and Natural Systems

6.2.1 Analyzying and Modelling Long-term Strategies for Economic Development in the Context of Climatic, Natural and Anthropogenic Factors

HSE

Gueorgiy Safonov

6.3 Gas Hydrates in Gobal Environment: Potential for Sustainable Development of Society and Impact on Climate Transformation

6.3.1 Gas hydrates in the global environment: potential for sustainable development of society and impact on climate transformation

HSE

Igor Semiletov

7. Human Сapital and Security in the Global Context

7.1 Human Being and Countering the Threats of Global Destabilization

7.1.1. Developing Human Capital for Countering Terrorism and Ideological Extremism with Consideration of Eurasian Experience 

MGIMO

Serguey Markedonov

 

 

7.1.2. Strengthening Russia's Position in the Global Competition of Power Centers through Updating the Principles and Mechanisms of Arms Control and Human Capital Development in the Diplomatic Sphere 

MGIMO

Alexandre Nikitin

 

7.2. Human Capital and Global Social Policy

7.2.1. The Social State in European Countries: Regional Peculiarities of the Formation and Use of Human Potential and Applicability of Experience in Russia

MGIMO

Vladislav Vorotnikov

 

 

7.2.2. Evaluating the Impact of Social Policy for Families with Children on Women's Labor Supply and their Human Capital 

MGIMO

Mikhail Mamonov

 

 

7.2.3. Analyzing Food Security, Poverty and Public Health 

MGIMO

Mikhail Mamonov

 

 

7.2.4. Measuring the Role of Social Norms and Gender Stereotypes in Educational Choice 

MGIMO

Mikhail Mamonov

 

 

7.2.5. Human Capital Development in the Russian Research Community under Conditions of Digitalization of Research Activity and Complicating Socio-Cultural Dynamics 

MGIMO

Sergey Kravchenko

 

7.3. Global Spatial Aspects of Human Potential

7.3.1. Interdependence and Reciprocity of International Ties and Human Capital

MGIMO

Ekaterina Arapova

 

 

7.3.2. Spatial Analysis of the Factors of Regional Distribution of Human Potential in Russia and in the World 

MGIMO

Igor Okunev

 

 

7.3.3. International Migration 

MGIMO

Sergey Riazantsev

 

 

7.3.4. Human Potential/Capital of Political Elites in the System of Center-Regions Relations

MGIMO

Oksana Gaman-Golutvina

 

 


 

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