Hello and Welcome to my web-site! I work as an assistant professor at the Department of PR in politics and public administration in Saint Petersburg State University, Russia. Bykov is a common Russian last name and I have no family connections (I'm sure) to Dmitrii Bykov, Vyacheslav Bykov, Rolan Bykov, and other well-known persons. I teach courses in the fields of political PR and IT in PR and Advertisement. My research interests include Post-Soviet political transformations, political communication, and political PR. Almost all of my writings are published in Russian. However, several articles are available in English:
Bykov, I.A., Pobedinskiy, I.M., Achkasova, V.A., Kuzmin, A.E. Managing governmental public relations in russia: Evidences from St. Petersburg. International Review of Management and Marketing. 2016. Vol. 6. P. 126-142.
Bykov I., Cherkashchenko T., Dorskii A., Kaverina E. Government Regulation of Advertising in the Eurasian Economic Union: Contradictions of Public Policy and Advertising Ethics // International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues. 2015. Vol. 5. No 2S. P. 116-120.
Bykov, I. A. Government Relations in Russia: (Dis)Connecting Business and State? Actual Problems of Economics. 2015. № 1. P. 99-104.
Bykov, I.A., Dorskii, A.Y., Shelonaev, S.I., Ulianovskii, A.V. Journalist on the line of fire: Scrutinizing contemporary military journalism with philosophical anthropology approach. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. 2015. Vol. 6. № 5 S2. P. 105-109.
Bykov I. A. Anti-American Policy in Contemporary Russia: Examining Political Campaign on Dima Iakovlev Bill. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research. 2014. Vol. 22. № 6. P. 894-899.
Balahonskaya L.V., Bykov I.A. Particularities of PR-Texts in the Internet: Communicative-Pragmatic Aspect. Scientific Newsletter: Modern Linguistic and Methodical-and-didactic researches. 2014. № 2 (5). P. 26-37.
Bykov, I. Constructing Image of a Political Leader and Its Perception Among Young Voters in St. Petersburg (Cases of V. Milonov and A. Navalny)". Youth World Politic. 2013. Vol. 1. Issue 1. P. 69-73.