The Coordinating Council
In order to organize surveys of industrial firms for the third, fourth, and fifth waves of monitoring in 2014, 2018 and 2022, a Coordinating Council was established. The Coordinating Council was formed to organize cooperation amongst HSE scientific divisions in the methodological development of the survey, as well as in the analysis and distribution of survey data.
The Council's mission is to ensure that HSE uses the project's outcomes as far as feasible in its research and teaching. In this sense, participants in the Council are typically invited to be representatives of research organizations who have previously expressed interest in utilising the database generated within the context of the project or who operate in fields related to the project's theme.
The following issues are the Council's biggest priorities:
- coordinating research strategies and discussing potential research hypotheses;
- analyzing the quantitative analysis methods for data that was gathered for the project;
- creating guidelines for accessing survey results, and ensure strict adherence to confidentiality requirements, particularly with regard to identifying the businesses that participated in the survey;
- supporting the integration of project data and results into the educational process.
The Coordinating Council meets on a regular basis to review procedural and organizational concerns pertaining to database work. The Coordinating Council is in charge of formulating the requirements for access to the survey results as well as overseeing the strict adherence to confidentiality requirements, particularly with regard to the identification of the interviewed businesses. This is in addition to promoting the project's outcomes.
The Coordinating Council as of 2022 are:
- Victoria Golikova;
- Nina Ershova;
- Boris Kuznetsov;
- Mikhail Kuzyk;
- Yuri Simachev;
- Anna Fedyunina;
- Andrei Yakovlev.
On May 27, 2019, the IIIMS held an open seminar “Russian enterprises in the new conditions: behavior in the markets and relations with the state”, where the first results of the analysis of the survey data conducted in 2018 among more than 1,700 Russian industrial enterprises were presented. A round table discussion that followed the seminar's conclusion covered methodological concerns with conducting extensive surveys of businesses.
In September 2014, the Coordinating Council established a regular scientific conference. At this seminar, interested researchers from various research groups discussed the methods and assumptions for their own research on RuFIGE data, as well as the prospect of comparing EFIGE data and RuFIGE.
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