Dr. Andrey V. Rezaev
Dr. Andrey V. Rezaev is a Comparative Sociology Professor and Chair at St Petersburg State University, Russia. He is also a Co-Director of the USA-Russia Research Laboratory “Transnationalism and Migration Studies”.
Professor Rezaev is doing academic work and research both in Russia and in the USA (Research Professor at the University of Connecticut (October 2015 – June 2016). He has also held visiting positions teaching at numerous universities worldwide, including Rikkyo University (Japan), University of Western Ontario (Canada), University of Trento (Italy), University of Regensburg (Germany), Institute of Political Studies in Lille (France), University of Latvia (Latvia), University of Sodortorn (Sweden).
Rezaev’s research interests are oriented toward comparative strategies for research in the social sciences and institutional analysis. He is the author of 5 books and more than 70 articles published both in English and in Russian. He has published extensively on sociological accounts on Artificial Intelligence, theory and methodology of comparative sociology, comparative migration and transnationalism, comparative capitalism and socio-economic development in the Eurasian countries.
Most recent publications:
2018: Rezaev A.V. “What Are Sociologists Doing in the 21st Century: Looking at the ISA Congress in Toronto and Beyond”. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. No. 5, pp. 4-14, http://monitoringjournal.ru/index.php/monitoring/issue/view/27
2018: Andrey V. Rezaev, N.D. Tregubova “Are Sociologists Ready for ‘Artificial Sociality’? Current Issues and Future Prospects for Studying Artificial Intelligence in the Social Sciences”. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. No. 5, pp.91 – 108 https://monitoringjournal.ru/index.php/monitoring/article/view/381
2018: Kivisto P., Rezaev A. V. “Racial Democracy, Multiculturalism, and Inequality”, In Handbook of Racial and Ethnic Relations, edited by Pinar Batur and Joe R. Feagin. New York: Springer (book chapter).