Office: The Center of Economic History at the Department of Historical Information Science, Faculty of History, Moscow State University



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CURRICULUM VITAE
Dr. Timur Y. Valetov
Office:

The Center of Economic History at the Department of Historical Information Science, Faculty of History, Moscow State University,

Lomonosovsky prospekt, 27-4, 119992, Moscow, Russia

Tel/Fax: +7(495) 939-11-65

E-mail: tim@hist.msu.ru

Web: http://www.hist.msu.ru/Departments/Inf/Staff/valetov_en.htm


Qualification:

– PhD in history (Faculty of History, Moscow State University, Moscow, 2005). Dissertation – “Motivatsiia truda na krupnom tekstil’nom predpriiatii v Rossii v kontse XIX – nachale ХХ v. (na primere Tovarischestva manufaktur N.N.Konshina v Serpukhove”: “Labour Motivation at a large textile factory in Russia in the Late 19th – Early 20th Centuries (the Case Study: Nikolay N. Konshin Textile Enterprises in Serpukhov)”

– PhD student in history (Faculty of History, Moscow State University, 2002-2005).

– MA in history (Faculty of History, Moscow State University, 2002)

– Bachelor degree in computer sciences (Moscow Academy for Radiotechnics, Electronics and Computer Sciences (MIREA), 1996).

– Certificate in Economic History (International Summer School, Moscow State University, 1994).


Fields of research interests:


  • Russian foreign trade history (19th–20th centuries).




  • Russian social history (19th–20th centuries) – labour history, the economy of urban households during industrialisation, living standards, industrial workers’ wages and inequality etc.




  • GIS in history (Russia/USSR, 19th–20th centuries).




  • Historical information science, statistical methods and modelling in history (especially in economic history).


Professional Experience:

Assistant Professor , Faculty of History, Moscow State University, 2007 to present.

Post-doc Researcher, Department of Economic History, Lund University, May-July, 2007.

Post-doc Researcher, Department of Economic & Business, Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona), November, 2006.

Research Fellow, the Center of Economic History at the Department of Historical Information Science, Faculty of History, Moscow State University, 1995 to 2006.
Member of Council of the All-Russian Association for History and Computing, since 2006.
Teaching cources:

– Historical Information Science – 2nd-year students, Faculty of History, Moscow State University, Moscow, 1998 to present.

– Historical Geography and GIS – 3d-year students, Faculty of History, Moscow State University, Moscow, 2011 to present.

– Making Web Resources for Historians – 3d-year students, Faculty of History, Moscow State University, Moscow, 2008 to present.

– Computer Graphics for Historians – 3d-year students, Faculty of History, Moscow State University, Moscow, 2006 to present.

Research Grants:

1) "Labor Market in Russian Textile Industry, 1880-1914". – the Russian State Endowment for Humanities (1996-1998).

2) "Qualification and Wage Differentials in Moscow Region Textile Industry: From Pre-revolutionary Industrialization to Soviet one". – the Russian State Endowment for Humanities (1998-2000).

3) "Work Incentives in Russian Industries: 1861-2000". – NWO (the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research) (1999-2002).

4) "Work, Income and the State in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1900-2000". – the International Institute of Social History (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) (2002-2005).

5) “Social and Economic Agency and Cultural Heritage of the Soviet Past” – NWO (the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research) and the Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research (2005-2008).

6) The Russian Network "Social Sciences and Humanities". – IATP (Internet Access and Training Program), Project Harmony (1999-2001).

7) “The first all-Russian Population Census of 1897: digitisation and research”. – the Russian State Endowment for Humanities (2008-2010).

8) “Electronic Database for the Dynamics of Economic and Social Development of Russia, 19th – early 20th centuries” (2010-2011).

Monographs:

1) “Not only roubles…”: Work Incentives of Russian Textile Workers before 1917. Moscow, 2010. With L.I.Borodkin, Yu.B.Smirnova, I.V.Shil’nikova (in Russian).

2) Social and Economic Agency and the Cultural Heritage of the Soviet Past. Moscow, 2010. With many co-authors (in Russian). The author’s chapter: "Collective Subcontracting in the Soviet Union and Russia, 1960–1990s".
Publications:

1) Measurment and Modelling of the Income Inequality Dynamics During the Industrialization of Russia. In: Computers and Economic History. Barnaul, 1997. With L.I.Borodkin (in Russian).

2) Modelling of the Dynamics of Differentiation in Wages of Russian Industrial Workers in the End of the XIX Century. In: Newsletter of the Russian Association for History and Computing, №21. Moscow, 1997. (in Russian).

3) Analysis of Individual Records in Pay-rolls of Textile Workers in the Beginning of the XX century. In: Newsletter of the Russian Association for History and Computing, №23. Moscow, 1998. (in Russian).

4) Modeling Wage Differentials in Russian Industries: 1880-1914. In: Trends In Income Inequality During Industrialization. Proceedings of the XII International Economic History Congress. Session B12. Madrid, 1998. With L.I.Borodkin (in English).

5) Computer-Based Simulation Of Workers' Wages Inequality In the Period of Russian Industrialization. In: La Historia en una nueva frontera. XIII International Conference of the Association for History and Computing. CD-ROM edition. Toledo, 1998. With L.I.Borodkin (in English).

6) Labor Market Evolution During the Russian Industrialization. In: Economic History Review, №2. Moscow, 1998. With L.I.Borodkin (in Russian).

7) Macro- and Microanalysis in the Researches of Nominal and Real Wages Dynamics. In: Economic History Review, №2. Moscow, 1998. With L.I.Borodkin (in Russian).

8) Role of the Wages in Work Incentives System (Textile Workers of Moscow Region in the Beginning of XX Century). In: Economic History Review, №3. Moscow, 1999. (in Russian).

9) Center for Economic History on the Internet. In: Economic History Review, №3. Moscow, 1999. (in Russian).

10) Analysis of Anti-deva Royal Inscription by Xerxes. In: Proceedings of «Lomonosov-1999» Conference. Moscow, 1999. (in Russian).

11) Dynamics of Differentiation in Wages of Russian Textile and Metal Workers in the Period of Pre-revolutionary Industrialization. In: The Economic History Yearbook. Moscow, 1999. With L.I.Borodkin (in Russian).

12) Economic History Today. – The Materials of the Workshop after the XII International Economic History Congress. In: "Otechestvennaya istoria", №4. Moscow, 1999. With others (in Russian).

13) New Methods in Labor Market Researches. In: Economic History of Russia: Problems and Questions. Volgograd, 1999. With L.I.Borodkin (in Russian).

14) Problems of Generalised Data Using in the Wages Differentials Researches. In: Newsletter of the Russian Association for History and Computing, №26. Moscow, 2000. (in Russian).

15) Electronic Library of Historical Resources on the Homepage of the Faculty of History of Moscow State University. In: Newsletter of the Russian Association for History and Computing, №26. Moscow, 2000. (in Russian).

16) A Historian, a Source, and the Internet – The Materials of the Workshop. In: "Novaya i noveishaya istoria", №2. Moscow, 2001. With others (in Russian).

17) On the Wages of Different Groups of Workers at Konshin’s Textile Factory in Serpukhov in the Beginning of the 20th c. In: Economic History Review, №6. Moscow, 2001. (in Russian).

18) Electronic Resources for Russian History of the 20th Century Studies. Moscow, 2002. With L.I.Borodkin (in Russian).

19) Did the Real Wages of Workers Grow during the Russian Industrialization? (Micro-analysis of the Archival Materials). In: Russian Foundation for the Humanities Review. №1, 2002. With L.I.Borodkin (in Russian).

20) Social Support System as a Labor Incentive at Konshin’s Textile Factory in the Beginning of the 20th c. In: Workers and Labor Movement in Russia: from History to the Recent Times. Moscow, 2002. (in Russian).

21) Wages at the Large Factory in Russia in Turn of the Centuries. In: Economic History Studies. №1. Irkutsk, 2002. (In Russian).

22) Households in the Russian Empire: Extended or Nuclear Families?. In: Afontsev S., Kessler G., Markevich A., Tyazhel’nikova V., Valetov T. Urban Households in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1900-2000. Size, Structure and Composition. – Research papers of the International Institute for Social History, №44. Amsterdam, 2005.

23) Medical Care System at the Large Factory in Russia in Turn of the Centuries. In: Industrial’noe nasledie. Saransk, 2005. (In Russian).

24) Two chapters in textbook on historical information science for students: "Information technologies for historians" Ed. by L.I.Borodkin, T.Ya.Valetov, I.M.Garskova. Moscow, 2006. (in Russian).

25) Pension System at the Large Factory in Russia in the Beginning of the 20th Century. In: Industrial’noe nasledie. Saransk, 2006. (In Russian).

26) Internet Resources on Russian History: the Electronic Library at Moscow State University. In: Slavic & East European Information Resources, Vol. 8, Numbers 2/3, 2007. With L.I.Borodkin (in English).

27) How did Urban Citizens Earn in late 19th – early 20th century Russian Empire? In: Social History Yearbook. Moscow, 2007. (In Russian).

28) “The Proletarian Problem” and the Results of 1905 Revolution. In: Cahiers du Monde Russe, 48/2-3 (Avril-septembre 2007) (In Russian).

29) Migration and the Household: Urban living arrangements in late 19th – early 20th century Russia. In: History of the Family, 13(2008). (In English).

30) Self-organised seasonal labour brigades (shabashniki) in the USSR in 1960-1980s: economic and social aspects. In: Economic History Review, №14. Moscow, 2008. (in Russian).

31) Factory Legislation in Russian before the October Revolution. In: Economic History Encyclopaedia. Moscow, 2009. (In Russian).

– And 21 more theses and short publications.
Recent Presentations

– V European Conference for Social History. Berlin, 2004.

– I Russian-French Historians Conference. Moscow, 2004.

– AAASS (American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) Annual Conference. Boston, 2004.

– 1st International Conference “Industrial Heritage”. Saransk, 2005.

– VII ICCEES (International Council for Central and East European Studies) Congress. Berlin, 2005.

– VI European Conference for Social History. Amsterdam, 2006.

– Workshop “Family and Household in Urban East and Southeast Europe”. University of Graz, Austria, 2006.

– XIV International Economic History Congress. Helsinki, 2006.

– VII European Conference for Social History. Lisbon, 2008.

– Paris school of economics. Paris, 2008.

– The CERES (Choices, Resources and Encounters in Russia and other European post-socialist states) Workshop “Enhancing Access to Resources for Russian and East European Studies”. Helsinki, 2012.



– X European Conference for Social History. Vienna, 2014.





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