Andrew E. Ivanov

Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration

Academic Director, Executive Education Programmes;

Deputy Director, Center for Public Private Partnership Studies

 

 

E-mail: ivanov@gsom.pu.ru

 

 

EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC DEGREES

  • Candidate of Science (Mathematics), Leningrad State University, 1987
  • Specialist Degree (Applied Mathematics), Leningrad State University, 1979

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Public Procurement
  • Anticorruption Policy
  • Healthcare Management

 

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

  • Higher Education Management in China, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2010
  • Professional Development Programme, European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA), Warsaw, 2008
  • Innovation and Technology Management Programme, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, 2007
  • European Public Procurement Rules, Policy, and Practice, European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA), Maastricht, 2007

 

Membership in Professional Associations

  • Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), 2013 –.
  • Association for Studies in Public Economics (ASPE), 2005 –.
  • Global Educators Network for Health Care Innovation Education, 2012 – .
  • International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM), 2012 –.
  • National Institute for Government Purchasing (NIGP, USA), 2012 –.

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Expert of Federal Committee for “Development of Management Personnel for National Economy of Russian Federation”
  • Member of Expert Committee of St. Petersburg Inter-regional Resource Center for programmes for development of management personnel for national economy of Russian Federation”, 2007 –.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Testimonial Letter of Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg “For Personal Contribution In Realization Of State Plan Of Developing Management Personnel For National Economy Of Russia”, 2011
  • Diploma of the Governor of St. Petersburg, 2010
  • Diploma of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 2009
  • Distinctive Honorary Title of Russian Federation Government “For Active Participation In Program Of Development Of Management Personnel For National Economy Of Russia”, 2008
  • TEMPUS TACIS Grants, 1999-2001
  • MOT (ILO) Grants, 1996, 2000

 

SELECTED RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Articles in Academic Journals

  • Modeling of Quasi-Corrupt Behavior in Public Procurement // Vestnik (Herald) of St. Petersburg University. Management Series, 2014, Issue 3.
  • Why the Russian Federation Public Procurement Market does not turn into the Market for lemons. – NACC Journal, Special issue, v. 5, No 2: July 2012. p.37-51.
  • Modern Stage of Development of the Public Procurement System in the Russian Federation: The “Efficiency” of the Auction and the Corruption of the Open Bidding // State Order: Management, Arrangement, Provision / Academic Supplement. 2011. No. 6. P. 31-45.
  • On the Use of Auctions in State and Municipal Procurement // Public Administration Issues. 2010. No. 2. P. 56-65.
  • Selling and Purchasing Goods by Means of an Auction: Identification of Specificity // State Order: Management, Arrangement, Provision / Academic Supplement. 2009. No. 2. P. 2-10.
  • The Enhancement of the Public Procurement Regulation in the Russian Federation // Vestnik (Herald) of St. Petersburg University. Management Series, 2008, Issue 2. P. 108-137. 

 

Articles in Professional Journals

  • Story on the Picture: Whether to Put Next Contest and Auction // State Order: Management, Arrangement, Provision, 2013. Issue 31, P. 106-113
  • Lame Fate of Article 55 // State Order: Management, Arrangement, Provision. 2011. No. 26. P. 66-71.
  • How to Prevent the Dismantling of the Public Procurement System in Russian Federation // State Order: Management, Arrangement, Provision. 2010. No. 20. P. 30-37.
  • Knocking... // State Order: Management, Arrangement, Provision. 2009. No. 16. P. 54-61.

 

Books, Monographs and Textbooks 

  • Andrei Ivanov Quasi-corruption in Public Procurement: the case of Russian Federation. – In “Corruption, Economic Growth and Globalization”, Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy, Routledge, 2015.
  • Probability Theory: Definitions, Interpretation, Simple Algorithms. St. Petersburg, TEI, 2006 (with I. Medvedeva, S. Ulyanov).
  • Elements of Mathematical Modeling in Commerce. St. Petersburg, 2004 (with D. Moskvin, V. Ulanov).
  • Mathematical Modeling of Consumers Preferences. St. Petersburg, ICE, 2003.
  • Higher Mathematics Elements: Definitions, Interpretations, Simplest Algorithms. St. Petersburg, Turusell, 2002.

 

Chapters in Books

  • Quasi-corruption in Public Procurement: the case of Russian Federation. – In “Corruption, Economic Growth and Globalization”, Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy, Routledge, 2015.

 

Case Studies

  • Multifield Medical Center: in search of tomorrow (ecch). 2011. No. 311-266-1 (with S. Karpova).

Courses taught at GSOM

  • Microeconomics (Bachelor Program)
  • Microeconomic Analysis for Public Policy (Master Program)
  • Public Procurement in Healthcare (Presidential Program)
  • Public Procurement and Anticorruption Policy (Bachelor Program)