On January 21, 2022, the team of the Culture and Tourism Management Laboratory made a presentation at the seminar "Tourism and / in the metropolis" at the invitation of the international scientific community Sustainable Metropolitan Tourism Network (SMeT-Net), initiated by the University of Westminster and the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
The team of researchers from theHSE Laboratory for Cultural Economicspresented the report “Arctic cruises through the prism of tourist experience.
On November 12 this year, the State Hermitage Museum held a conference dedicated to the reputation of museums - Studying Museum Reputation (RUSSIA 2021). The main speakers were professors of various business schools from Spain and the Netherlands, mayor of Malaga, reputation researcher Van Riel and many others. The issues of reputation management of both individual museums and the cultural community as a whole were raised at the conference. More specifically, the factors affecting the reputation of the museum and the development of the brand in the field of art were discussed.
On September 11, 2021, Valery Gordin and Anastasia Polomarchuk made a presentation at the conference «Regional Economic Development and Regional Policies».
At the end of April, an international online conference ‘Youth as a Driver of Museum Development’ was held. It was dedicated to summarizing the preliminary results of the first stage of the same-name project and supported by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in St. Petersburg. Students, who took an active part in the implementation of the project, and experts from the museum community shared their impressions and opinions on why it is necessary to develop and promote the youth direction in museums.
On April 27, Irina Alekseevna Sizova, a researcher at the Laboratory, became a guest expert in the Kartaev and Makharadze's show on radio Mayak.
At the annual event for start-up entrepreneurs VentureLab Weekend on March 19-21, participants of the international project 'Youth as a Driver of Museum Development', implemented by the Laboratory of Cultural Economics with the support of the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in St. Petersburg, presented three projects that expand the opportunities for museums to interact with visitors.
On April 1, a researcher of the Laboratory, Irina Alekseevna Sizova delivered a report “Development of the digitalization process in the activities of Russian museums (based on the materials from a survey of members of the Union of Russian Museums)” within the framework of the 19th Round Table of the State Hermitage Museum “The Museum and Problems of Cultural Tourism”.
Laboratory researchers took part in an international conference «Analytics for Management and Economics Conference»
In the period from December 2 to December 9, 2020, Sizova, I.A., Polomarchuk, A.K. and Bezhko, D.S., researchers of the Laboratory, took an active part in the conference, presenting the results of research in the field of organizing museum activities and branding of territories.