Scientific summary (academic profile)

Evnevich (Mrs.) Maria

Education       

  • St. Petersburg State University, PhD, economics (National Economy Management)
  • 2005-2010      St. Petersburg State University, law school
  • 2002-2007      St. Petersburg State University, PhD (economics)
  • 1997-2002      St. Petersburg State University, degree in economics
  • 1999    The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), course “Principles of organization and management”, Grade B+, London 

Advanced training:

  • Contemporary methods of analysis of economic data, March-April 2012
  • University of Cambridge, Local examination Syndicate, First Certificate in English, Grade A, 1998
  • Labour rights and responsibilities of academic staff of St. Petersburg State University, November 2014
  • Management of enterprise value, November 2014

Language skills           

  • English - Advanced
  • French - Basic
  • Russian - Mother tongue

Membership of professional bodies  

  • Union of Journalists of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region
  • Russian Union of Journalists
  • Board member of the Graduates Association of St. Petersburg State University
  • Member of the Club of leaders in St. Petersburg and Leningrad region

Present position          

  • Associate Professor at the St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia

Key qualifications      

  • Associate professor Evnevich’s research is primarily concerned with tax optimization; management of corporations, integrated business groups; behavioral economics, behavioral finance, organizational behavior, digital economy

 Academic experience

  • 2007 - present  Associate Professor  at St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Economics, Department of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship

Administrative positions

  • 2010 - present Member of Board of Directors, Maxidom corporation (2800 employees)
  • 2004- 2007  Delovoi Peterburg (business and economy newspaper), Deputy Chief Editor

Publications   

  • Over 30 publications in Russia. Key publications:

1. Boyko I.P., Evnevich M.A., Kolyshkin A.V. The Economy of an Enterprise in the Digital Age // Russian Entrepreneurship, 2017. Vol. 18, No. 7, P.1127-1136 (in Russian)

2. Evnevich M.A., Yaburova D.V. Consolidated group of taxpayers as a first legal form of holdings in Russia // Economics and entrepreneurship, 2014. №11. 194-202 p.

3. Evnevich M.A. Integrated business groups in contemporary Russia: clarifying the definition and classification for management purposes // Bulletin of St. Petersburg State University, economics, 2007. №1. 174-177 p (in Russian)

4. Evnevich M.A. Features of personnel management in intellectual and creative organizations // Management of staff development staff. 2006. № 3. 184-189 p. (in Russian)

5. Evnevich M.A. Structures of IBG management in Russia. Types, construction principles // Management today. 2005. № 1. 10-17 p. (in Russian)

Address for Correspondence 

62 Tchaykovskogo Street, Faculty of Economics of the St. Petersburg State University, 191123, St. Petersburg, Russia

Faculty Phone/Fax: (+7 812) 273-4050      Department Phone:   (+7 812) 271-19-08

Faculty page: < http://www.econ.pu.ru > 

e-mail: < mariaeha@gmail.com >     

CURRICULUM VITAE

Maria EVNEVICH – PhD (economics), associate professor at St. Petersburg State University (Faculty of Economics, Department of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship). Graduated from economic (2002) and law (2010) faculties of St. Petersburg State University, postgraduate course at the Faculty of Economics of St. Petersburg State University (2007). Since 2007 – assistant professor at the Department of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship. Main areas of scientific interests are integration of organizations, integrated business group management, corporate management, corporate taxation, marketing. Research work is combined with real business practice: 2005 – present, founder of an advertising company; 2011 – present, Member of Board of Directors, Maxidom corporation (2800 employees).  Experienced in economic and business journalism: until 2007 was the deputy chief editor in the Delovoi Peterburg newspaper; won the journalistic award ‘Zolotoe pero – 2008’ for the report ‘Mechanics of economic crisis.’