About the Laboratory
The Laboratory for Network Organisation was founded in April 2010.
The strategic goal of the laboratory is to create effective mechanisms for the development and distribution of innovative theoretical approaches and practical technologies for managing network structures in a professional environment.
The laboratory was founded following the decision of the HSE Academic Council (Minutes No. 12, dated April 23, 2010). The laboratory is a research division operating under the HSE Graduate School of Business. In turn, its activities are coordinated by HSE University’s Vice Rector according to the delegation of responsibilities at the University.
Main activities of the laboratory:
- research in network organizational forms;
- distributing research results on network interaction management features on today’s markets;
- engaging HSE University’s teachers, students and doctoral students in research and using their results in education.
According to assigned tasks, the laboratory performs the following functions:
- conducting fundamental and applied research on the theory of management of inter-organizational network interactions;
- conducting theoretical and applied analysis of network organizational forms in Russia and other countries;
- preparing scientific reports, articles, textbooks, and other publications on inter-organizational networking and relationship marketing.
- organizing seminars for learners and doctoral students of the Graduate School of Business;
- organizing master classes on the laboratory’s activities;
- engaging HSE University students and doctoral students in conducting research on a competitive basis;
- organizing internships for students and doctoral students from Graduate School of Business;
- engaging faculty members and doctoral students from other departments of the Graduate School of Business in conducting research at the laboratory.
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