Nadia AsheulovaInstitute for the History of Science and Technology · St Petersburg Branch
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Last decade the BRICS countries have been catching up rapidly in terms of both economic growth and investment in knowledge, as expressed by investment in tertiary education and R&D. These countries adopted policies to promote science, technology and innovation as the result of greater recognition by governments of the crucial importance of science...
The chapter presents the Russian institutional context of the academic career, analyses how the scientific space is structured in Russia. It studies the role played by international scientific mobility in the intellectual biography of Russian scholars and their academic careers. The findings of an empirical study of Russian scientists' internationa...
В книге анализируется исследовательская миграция, ее типы, причины и последствия для стран-доноров и реципиентов, даются социально-демографические характеристики структурных потоков, выявляются мотивы перемещений ученых. Авторы приводят обстоятельный обзор зарубежной литературы, описывают методологию и методы изучения мобильных процессов. На основе...
The paper is based on an annual sociological monitoring of science transformation in Russia, which has been caring out by the Center for Sociology of Science and Science Studies of IHST of RAS. This research helped to retrospectively analyze reforms in Russia's science over the period of 1991 to 2011. The reforming period of Russian science may b...
Based on data for the period 1980-2009 downloaded from the Scopus database, an attempt is made to analyse the growth of publication share in BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) vis-à-vis the United States in terms of world publications output and emerging areas and disciplines during 1980–2009. Also, comparative estimates are made usin...
The scope of the Conference will include communications devoted to results of theoretical and historical research in the fields of freshwater biology and malacology as well as discussions on methodological foundations of these disciplines. The Organizing and Programme committees hope that the Conference will help to enhance the interactions between research practitioners and historians of science in order to contribute to the development of aquatic ecology. The themes of the Conference will include: 1. History of aquatic ecology and limnology of the 20th century in the context of scientific and ideological discussions 2. Taxonomy, biogeography, faunal studies and ecology of freshwater mollusks 3. Ecological research in rivers and water reservoirs 4. Studies in limnology 5. The current state of aquatic ecology worldwide: trends, problems, and the contribution of historical studies to the understanding of the development of this discipline.