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Dr. Alina Baskakova specialises in operations research, and modelling for logistics and supply chain management. She holds a PhD in Economics from St. Petersburg State University of Economics. Prior to joining BSBI, she worked in Russia as a lecturer at the National Research University Higher School of Economics and St. Petersburg State University of Engineering and Economics. She has 11 years of practical experience as a project manager in transport and logistics consulting. She has participated in more than 25 projects and managed over 10 projects, including the implementation of transport master plans for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2018 World Cup in Sochi and St. Petersburg, as well as the development of the National Technical Standard “Roads of General Use: Requirements for Economic Studies”. Her scientific interests lie in the application of economic and mathematical methods and models for decision-making in economics. Her expertise includes analysis and forecasting of cargo transportation volumes and structures, as well as transportation costs in the supply chain.

Areas of Expertise

  • Logistics and Supply chain management
  • Mathematical methods in economics
  • Project management


  • Miachin V.N., Tsibro S.V., Baskakova A.A. (2021). Methods of economic studies on public motorways. Transport of the Russian Federation, 5-6 (96-97), 14-19
  • Miachin V.N., Tsibro S.V., Baskakova A.A. (2021). Special features of developing a transport service system for remote territories. Transport of the Russian Federation, 3(94), 16-21
  • Miachin V.N., Tsibro S.V., Semenova N.Y., Baskakova A.A. (2020) Methods for calculating the population size in transport modelling World of Transport and Transportation, 4 (89), 134-147
  • Pletneva N.G., Baskakova A.A(2016) Problems and methods of logistics coordination of enterprises in supply chains. Journal of Economy and Entrepreneurship, 11-2 (76), 1096-1100
  • Pletneva N.G., Baskakova A.A. (2016) Formation of recommendations on the selection of supply chain coordination mechanisms in the North-Western Federal District. Collection of abstracts from international conference Logistic capacity of Saint Petersburg in the formation of the innovation economy, Saint-Petersburg, 2016, 33-37

Research Interests

  • Supply chain сoordination
  • Transport modelling
  • Traffic forecasting