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Petrozavodsk State University - Area 8.7.1. Wide socio- economic foresight on key challenges

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Date of filling in 15.08.2011
Organization name Petrozavodsk State University
Organization adress Russia, Karelia, Petrozavodsk, 185910, Lenin av.33
Department/Unit Budget Monitoring Center
Contact person Prof. Valery Gurtov, Doctor of Science, professor, Head of the Budget Monitoring Center
Phone +7-8142-783302
E-Mail vgurt@petrsu.ru
Web-site http://labourmarket.ru/news/index.php
Organization type
  • Consultancy
  • Research
  • Education
Special Programme
Socio-economic sciences and humanities (SSH)
Call identifier
Topic number Area 8.7.1. Wide socio- economic foresight on key challenges
Call Deadline 02.02.2012
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines): For the last 10 years monitoring, analyses and forecasts of the demand-supply dilemma both on labourmarket and educational services market in 83 Russian units have been performed by the “Budget Monitoring Center” in the framework of both federal and regional scientific and technical programms together with inquiries from the Ministry of Education and Science, the Ministry of Health and Social Development, the Ministry of Economic Development as well as with territorial representatives of these ministries. For the last years more than 30 projects devoted to labourmarket and educational services market have been performed on forecasting of the Russian Federation demand in graduates from different levels of vocational education. In the framework of these projects, databases on demography, economics, labour-market, and vocational education systems for every unit of the Russian Federation have been created. A macro-economic model of forecasts in higher, intermediate and elementary vocational education was also performed. A big package of computer codes together with forecasts for each Russian unit in its economy’s midterm demand in highly-qualified human resources and each unit’s demand satisfaction with the educational vocational system till the year 2020 are also scrutinized.
Expertise offered The Budget Monitoring Center proposes:
  1. to analyze labour-market potential of the project participants (the EU member-states and not only) by providing long-term forecasts of labour-force demand-supply and perspectives of their cooperation.
  2. to develop a prototype system of labour-force regulation among project participants in order to satisfy demands in high-tech production.
  3. to work out recommendations and tools on for resolving this problem existed between subjects of demand and supply.
Scientific keywords foresight forecast hi-quality production scenarios staffing needs international scientific and technological cooperation
Publications on the topic (other references)
  • Labour-market and education services market in the Russian Federation units. (V.Vasiliev, V.Gurtov, E.Pitukhin, M.Rudakov, L.Serova, S.Sigova, M.Surovov ). - Moscow: Теchnosphera. – World of economy. - 2006.- 680p.
  • Pitukhin E., Gurtov V. Mathematical modeling of dynamic processes in “Economics-labour-market-vocational education”. – St.Petersburg State University Press. - 2006. – 350p.
  • Sigova S. Staff deficit compensation on labour-market in the Russian Federation. – Petrozavodsk State University Press. - 2009. – 188p.
  • Federal Information Resource. Web-портал «Labour-market and education services market. The Russian Federation units ». http://labourmarket.ru/announces/
  • Russian labour-market trends after the world financial crises and the role of vocational education in perspective labour-markets staffing in a postcrises period: Analytical Report on All-Russian Practical Conference (15–17 April 2009) / Gurtov, E.Knazev, E.Pitukhin, L.Serova, S.Sigova, N.Urenko. – Petrozavodsk State University Press, 2009. – 107p.
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation Budget Monitoring Center under Petrozavodsk State University doesn’t have much international experience. We had been dealing with a Finnish think-tank in Helsniki linked to forecasting. Soon, our colleagues are leaving for the USA, where they share our knowledge and gain western experience. We are very scientific-oriented, but longing for being international as well.
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects