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Issue № 99. August 2023

The Organizational Support That Encourages Employees-Applicants of Research Organizations to Defend Scientific Papers

Tatiana V. Zaytseva, Anna A. Suvorova

Tatiana V. Zaytseva
DSc (Economics), Professor, Deputy Head of Human Resource Management Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University, School of Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation.
ORCID ID: 0000-0001-8213-4907

Anna A. Suvorova
Expert of the project office for the Development of equipment, technologies and scientific research comprehensive program, Science and Innovations — Nuclear Industry Scientific Development, Private Enterprise; Advisor, Joint-stock company “Science and Innovations”, State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom”.
ORCID ID: 0000-0002-1283-4681

In recent years, the development of human scientific potential has become an important part of the overall strategy of the Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation. The concentration of efforts on breakthrough areas of research in various areas of the high-tech nuclear industry means the continuous growth of research achievements of employees, encouraging them to write and defend dissertations. However, such a change in the role of scientific knowledge and technology requires not only managerial will (although it is certainly necessary), but also the solution of a number of related organizational problems, as well as the training of qualified personnel. The main issue, especially in a rapidly changing global world, is the degree of respect for science as a field of professional activity in Russian society. The results presented in the article are a continuation of the research, provided by the authors earlier, on incentives for writing and defending dissertations. They are aimed at finding and defining effective organizational actions focused on increasing the interest of Rosatom employees in applying for academic degrees. The authors made an attempt to identify the most effective organizational support measures that stimulate interest in the scientific activities of employees, as well as the reasons for the decline in activity in the field of dissertation defense.


Motivation for science activity, research work, applicant for an academic degree, defense of dissertations, theses, scientific supervisor, scientific competition.

DOI: 10.24412/2070-1381-2023-99-205-232

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