Pavel Luksha

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Languages: Russian
Geography: Russia & CIS countries

Dr. Pavel O. Luksha is a professor at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia and at the Academy of National Economy, Moscow, Russia. He is also an independent strategic consultant for a large machinery building plant in Moscow, Russia, a leading company in gift packaging in Moscow, Russia, a mass media/broadcasting company in Krasnodar, Russia, governmental structures in Kiev, Ukraine, and an international bank in Shanghai, China. Pavel’s mother tongue is Russian, he is fluent in English, knows French, and speaks fair German.

He has published over 40 scientific and analytical publications in international books, journals and conference proceedings on the theory of the firm, evolutionary theory, innovations, regional development, transitional economy, consumption theory, theoretical sociology, and system sciences.

Pavel’s publications include Memory as producer of subjective time and space in complex systems, Society as a self-reproductive system, Knowledge Rich Industries and Balanced Growth for Transitional Economies, Identification and basic structure of institutions, Self-Reproduction of the Enterprise: Von Neumann’s Model Applied, Some Reflections on Formalization in Social Sciences and Sociocybernetics, and Manifesto of new socioeconomic theory.

He is a member of the Board of International Sociological Association, Research Committee 51 Sociocybernetics, and is a member of European Association of Evolutionary Political Economists and Association of International Consultants (AIC). Pavel earned B.Sc. Economics, M.Sc. Economics (major in mathematical methods in economics), and a Ph.D. Economics (thesis subject: ‘Features of socioeconomic self-reproduction’) all at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow from 1994 to 2006.