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When? April 1997 Who are we and where are we from? 1. 2. 3. When? April 1997 Who are we and where are we from? 1. 2. 3. Common interest? Old Guys Network (graduates from the Moscow State University) Brain Drain (different research institutes – RAS, think tanks and analytical centers) Junior researchers from HSE, Moscow State University, NES An attempt to examine what is happening on the micro-level using empirical (survey) data. Key question – what should be done in order to improve “rules of the game” – economic policy on the federal, regional and municipal level.

Our topic – firms’ behavior, market structure; state-business relations Competitiveness /industrial policy Competition and Our topic – firms’ behavior, market structure; state-business relations Competitiveness /industrial policy Competition and market structure Corporate governance /Management Antimonopoly policy and regulation Business integration Business-state relations /business associations Value chains SME and entrepreneurship Globalization of business Regional development Innovative behavior of the firms Retail and whole-sale trade

Partners Contractors Foreign • Hitotsubashi University (Japan) • Aalto University School of Business (CEMAT) Partners Contractors Foreign • Hitotsubashi University (Japan) • Aalto University School of Business (CEMAT) • School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), London University • Forschungsstelle Osteuropa (Bremen, Germany) • The Harriman Institute, Columbia University, USA Russian • Bureau of Economic Analysis • Interdepartmental Analytical Center • Association of Russian Economic Think Tanks (ARETT) • Ministry of Economic Development • Federal Antimonopoly Service • Ministry of Education and Science • Russian Foundation for Humanities • USAID • Moscow Public Science Foundation • The World Bank • OECD • Federal Service of State Statistics (Rosstat) • Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs • National Council on Corporate Governance

2005 -2006 in cooperation with the World Bank for the Ministry of Economic Competitiveness 2005 -2006 in cooperation with the World Bank for the Ministry of Economic Competitiveness of the manufacturing enterprises Development and Trade; 2009 -2010 on the order of the Ministry of 1 and 2 rounds Economic Development Corporate governance and integration processes in Russian business 2005 -2008 гг. – in cooperation with Hitotsubashi University with financial support of Moscow Public Science Foundation and HSE Program of Basic Research Business strategies of Russian and foreign investors in the real sector 2007 -2009 in cooperation with Helsinki School of Economics with financial support of Academy of Finland Russian Foundation for Humanities Business and state in the Russia regions In cooperation with Timothy Frye, Columbia University (USA) Business associations in Russia and firms In cooperation with W. Pyle (Middlebury College, USA)

Business associations and firms development 500 manufacturing firms and 500 service firms, 300 heads Business associations and firms development 500 manufacturing firms and 500 service firms, 300 heads of business associations, 2010 -2011 and in-depth interviews with top-managers, officials and business leaders Competitiveness and investment climate 1002 LME in 8 manufacturing industries in 49 regions of Russia (representative sample), 20052006. Competitiveness and investment climate for SME 300 SME in 2 regions, B 2 B + manufacturing, 2005 Corporate governance and business integration 822 joint-stock companies in manufacturing and communications in 64 regions, 2005 (representative sample). Business and state in Russia regions 500 firms in manufacturing and services in 8 Russian regions, 2007. Business strategies of Russian and foreign investors in the real sector 31 in-depth interviews with top-managers, state authorities and business associations in Karelia, Moscow oblast and Finland, 2008 -2009 Structural problems in the Russian economy 523 firms in 12 regions and 37 in-depth interviews with top-managers in manufacturing, light, food industry and metallurgy, 2002

Organization and Development of Russian Business: a firm-level analysis. (ed. by Dolgopyatova T. , Organization and Development of Russian Business: a firm-level analysis. (ed. by Dolgopyatova T. , Ivasaki I. , Yakovlev A. ). Palgrave Macmillan. 2009 (in English) Russian Industry at the Stage of Growth: factors of competitiveness (ed. by Gonchar K. , Kuznetsov B. ). SU–HSE, “Vershina” Publishing House. Moscow, 2008 (in Russian) Competition and Competition Policy (ed. by Avdasheva S. ). SU–HSE, “Vershina” Publishing House. Moscow, 2008 (in Russian) Russian Corporation: internal structure, external interrelations, development prospects (ed. by Dolgopyatova T. , Ivasaki I. , Yakovlev A. eds. ). SU–HSE. Moscow, 2007 (in Russian) Russian Industry at Crossroads: What prevents firms to become competitive. SU-HSE. Moscow, 2007 (in English) Yakovlev A. Agents of Modernization. SU–HSE. Moscow, 2006 (in Russian) Structural Changes in Russian Industry (ed. by Yasin Ye. ). SU-HSE. Moscow, 2004 (in English)

Priority research subjects till 2015 – competitiveness, productivity, and globalization – competition and antitrust Priority research subjects till 2015 – competitiveness, productivity, and globalization – competition and antitrust policy – ownership structures and corporate governance – government-business relations – technological and managerial innovations – spatial factors of productivity and company behavior

– Joint research projects with academic units and think tanks from Bulgaria, Finland, the – Joint research projects with academic units and think tanks from Bulgaria, Finland, the USA, Germany, Japan – Invited researchers and visiting professors (more than 20 visits from Poland, China, the USA, Italy, Germany, the UK, Australia, Japan) – Research open seminar “Institutional problems of Russian economy” – Working paper, series WP 1 (Institutional problems of Russian economy, about 50 issues in Russian and English)

– Participation at the 7 th EU Framework Program ( «Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities» – Participation at the 7 th EU Framework Program ( «Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities» , 19 European Universities and a number of HSE units) – Establishment of International Center for the Studies of Institutions and Development (with the Harriman Institute at Columbia University; and the University of Wisconsin. Madison): 4 sub-projects – Participation at the World Bank “Doing Business 2011” project (with the Institute for Urban Economics) – Comparative studies of spatial determinants of foreign firms investment decisions at transition economies. Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle, Germany

– Long experience of empirical studies using of micro-level data • formalized surveys and – Long experience of empirical studies using of micro-level data • formalized surveys and in-depth interviews • combination of surveys and reporting data – Academic studies and applied works: • Projects for Russian ministries • For business associations and unions • Strategy-2020 – Experience of organization and implementation of international research projects

– Cross countries studies and benchmarking • BRIC and CCE countries • CIS countries – Cross countries studies and benchmarking • BRIC and CCE countries • CIS countries – Stronger cooperation with foreign partners • Initiation of new international research projects – Comparative studies of corporate organization and globalization effects on firms behavior; – State sector vs. private sector

– FDI: scale and effects on firms behavior – Foreign trade: export/import activities and – FDI: scale and effects on firms behavior – Foreign trade: export/import activities and business development – M&A deals in global context: incentives and business performance – Corporate integration: forms of integration and its consequences – Corporate governance: intra-corporate control tools – Quality of management, organizational innovations – State ownership, state control and business development – Privatization effects

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