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Кrayneva Raisa (State University of Service Togliatti, Russia), Bugaev Alexandr (State University of Service Togliatti, Russia), Zhuravleva Tatyana (State University of Service Togliatti, Russia), Vojtovič Sergej (Alexander Dubcek University Trenčín, Slovakia)
Management and Promotion of Economic Innovation Potential
Journal of International Studies, 2017, vol. 10, nr 1, s. 146-158, rys., tab., bibliogr. 55 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Konkurencyjność, Innowacyjność, Gospodarka oparta na wiedzy (GOW), Potencjał innowacyjny
Competitiveness, Innovative character, Knowledge-based economy, Innovation potential
Klasyfikacja JEL: O32, Q55
Federacja Rosyjska
Russian Federation
Our paper focuses on scrutinizing the determinants and the structure of economic innovative potential as well as the existing methods of its assessment at the macroeconomic level. We employ a case study of Russian Federation to tackle these issues and to analyze the problems associated with developing and managing economic potential. The paper analyzes the selection and placement in world research rakings, ratings, and indices, as well as the dynamics of change in the indicators characterizing the innovative potential in research and development issues. Our results enable us identify and reveal the key issues and the main problems of research and development potential and to formulate the comprehensive contingency strategic management plan along with the directions and guidelines of innovative development for the years to come. Our findings reveal the main problems in the development of economic innovative potential of Russian Federation and help us to formulate policy implications for the longterm economic horizon. (original abstract)
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