Наука в России: статистика


На данной странице собраны ссылки на различные статистические исследования состояния российской науки.

Отчёты внутренних организаций

Publication Activity of Russian Researches in Leading International Scientific Journals

2012 год

M. N. Kotsemir

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, ul. Miasnitskaia, Moscow, 101000, Russia


Много что интересного, в частности:

Отчёты заграничных организаций

Paying the Professoriate: A Global Comparison of Compensation and Contracts (2012)

Сама книга: http://www.amazon.com/dp/0415898072/

Статья о книге: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/02/world/europe/02iht-educlede02.html

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2015: interactive charts


National Science Foundation (NSF)

Brazil, China, India, Russia, and Taiwan Lead S&E Article Output of the Non-OECD Countries


Russia's output continues to reflect the political and economic disruption of the 1990s and the restructuring and retrenchment of its S&T system. Its article output contracted by 20% over the decade, and it fell from 7th to 11th largest producer of the world's S&E articles as Italy moved ahead of Russia in the mid-1990s, then China, Spain, and Australia in more recent years.


Статистика по странам: кол-во публикаций/цитируемость: http://www.scimagojr.com/countryrank.php


2011 год http://www.nature.com/news/365-days-2011-in-review-1.9684

The Henry L. Stimson Center

2008 год



  • Russia is exceptionally strong in physics, geosciences, space sciences, chemistry, and mathematics, garnering 4% to 8% of publications in these fields;
  • Despite the relative size of the scientific community in Russia, its relative engagement with others in the scientific community is low;
  • This disparity feeds a sense of non-transparency and yields national security concerns related to the activities of some Russian scientists, particularly those resident within state owned and operated institutes.
  • Programs engaging Russian scientists may not have an effect on the total amount of published work, but may alter the perceived impact of it simply by changing the types of journals in which the work is published. They also help respond to transparency and other national security concerns.