Four programs of additional professional education at IEM TSU received the highest marks at the All-Russian competition Educational Marathon and are included in the Bank of Best Practices. Among them are MBA Agribusiness, State Cadastral Valuation, Lean Production System, and Personnel Management of a Modern Organization.
TSU will be the first of Russian universities to conduct a business game, following which 10 senior students will be able to independently launch a technology startup in the TechnoSpark group of companies. This is a part of the Startup Experience internship program, the final of which will be the defense of graduation qualification work based on startup results. The qualifying game will be held on March, 5 from 10.00 at the TSU Institute of Economics and Management. The event is organized by the IEM TSU Center for Entrepreneurship.
Marina Ryzhkova, Professor at the Department of Economics at IEM, is leading the project Digital Platforms Market: Scenarios for Overcoming Consumer Resistance to Digitalization. The working group will study the resistance that arises in society with the development of technology and will suggest ways to overcome it.
The IEM TSU employees are the first in Russia to receive training in the new system of advanced teacher training. The program Innovative Educational Technologies has been developed by the Sberbank Corporate University. The TSU group was presented with concentrated experience in introducing social and digital learning technologies based on interactive methods help to form soft skills competencies relevant to any discipline and educational program.
The TSU Institute of Economics and Management has started the professional development program Management for Key Knowledge Assets for TSU management and teaching staff.
A British magazine has published an article by IEM associate professors on the topic of the involvement of citizens in the decision-making processes. The study conducted in eight regions of Russia showed that mechanisms for public participation in personnel decisions are developing, and in some regions, this participation already has decisive importance.
The administration of the Tomsk Region has tentatively approved the provision of more than 3,000 hectares of agricultural land under the first phase of a business project to create industrial plantations of wild berries. The design of pilot plantations will begin in 2019.
Dear colleagues, teachers, and employees of the Institute of Economics and Management! Dear IEM students and graduate students!
The past 2018 was a jubilee year: we celebrated the 140th anniversary of Tomsk State University and the 120th anniversary of economic education beyond the Urals. Many employees and students of the Institute are deservedly awarded regional, departmental, and university awards....
On the eve of the New Year, the heads of the departments of the TSU Institute of Economics and Management summed up the results of 2018, outlined plans for the future, and also congratulated colleagues and students. New topical programs as a response to market demand, victories in grant competitions, publications in high-rating magazines - these and other significant events were named in the interview.
The Institute of Economics and Management held a solemn event, dedicated to the graduation of Master’s students. Director of the IEM Victor Dyomin handed diplomas to 32 graduates in Economics, Management, International Management, State and Municipal Management, Strategic Human Resource Management, Finance, and Finance and Accounting in Organizations.
15 leading employees of LLC Tomskneftekhim have completed training at the TSU Institute of Economics and Management
The training of 15 Tomskneftekhim LLC (Sibur)leading employees and 5 employer-sponsored students was held at the Institute of Economics and Management under the advanced training program Production System Lean Production (program size 72 hours).
IEM teachers took part in the international scientific forum The Step into the Future: Artificial Intelligence and Digital Economy
What is digital literacy and why do we need a competency model? Will the robot replace the teacher and do the students want it? Hot debates about the digital transformation of education, about the collapse of the usual way of economics, and about many other things were held at the 2nd International Scientific Forum The Step into the Future: Artificial Intelligence and Digital Economy, in which IEM TSU teachers took part. Among the forum’s speakers were also the famous scientists from Europa and China.
The article of IEM scientists was published in a high-rated international journal on economics for the first time
In November, the European Research Studies Journal (indexed by the Scopus database, included in Q2 in Economics, Econometrics, and Finance) published an article by IEM teachers Svetlana Martynova (head of the Department of State and Municipal Government) and Polina Sazonova (senior teacher at the Department of State and Municipal Government) on the topic of women's entrepreneurship. At the moment, this is the highest-rated article in Economics that that ever has been written by TSU scientists.
120 years ago the foundation for educational and scientific activities on economic disciplines in the territory from the Urals and to the Far East was laid: on October 22, 1898, the Department of Political Economy and Statistics was organized in the Faculty of Law of Tomsk Imperial University. From November 14 to November 17, Institute of Economics and Management held anniversary events dedicated to the great anniversary of economic education in Siberia and the Far East.