Igor Dubina



Full name

Igor Nikolaevich Dubina

Academic degree, academic title

Doctor of Economics, Professor


Novosibirsk National Research State University (NSU)

Country, city

Russian Federation, Novosibirsk

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Igor Nikolaevich Dubina, Doctor of Economics, Professor - teaches the course "Methods of Scientific Research" at the Department of Management for 1st year PhD students of the specialty "State and Local Government".


Igor Nikolaevich Dubina was born on 10.04.1970 in the Altai territory of the Russian Federation. Doctor of Economics, Professor of Novosibirsk national research state University (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation) is the author of more than 170 works in Russian and foreign press (more than 50 in English), including 5 author's monographs published in Central Russian publishing houses, and 2 co-authored monographs in English, 9 author's textbooks and manuals marked Educational and methodical Association, 25 articles in journals recommended by the higher attestation Commission of the Russian Federation, 12 articles in international peer-reviewed publications (h index = 5 in the Scopus database). Professor Dubina I. N. is the Deputy head of the Department. editor-in-chief of the journal of Knowledge Economy and Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and a member of the editorial Board of the journal on Business Creativity and Creative Economy and Kindai Management Review, which are included in the Scopus database.


Dubina I. N. he has extensive experience in research and teaching at 15 foreign universities: George Washington University, Texas A&M University, Drake University, Buffalo State College, Waubonsee College (USA), Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (Germany), Central European University (Hungary), Japan Institute of Applied Technologies and Kindai University (Japan), S. Amanzholov East Kazakhstan state University, Kazakh Academy of labor and social relations, L. Gumilyov Eurasian national University (Kazakhstan), Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (Kyrgyzstan), European Forum Alpbach (Austria).