Innovation Economy Strategy in Collaborative Mode

#6. For the High Norm
Innovation Economy Strategy in Collaborative Mode

The article analyzes the model of forming an innovative economy in a collaborative system based on the stable links of network partners that carry out collective actions on the basis of a common strategy, common identity and joint commitments in the aspect of forming innovative entrepreneurship in order to select the priority directions for developing science, technology and critical technologies that should be aimed at modernizing the economy in order to increase its competitiveness. It is proved that collaboration multiplies many times the productivity of existing production factors and serves as the main mechanism for balancing economies in the global competition conditions. The article justifies formation of an innovative territorial cluster as an aggregate of agents that establish homogeneous, multilateral and regularly recurring links for the joint use of information and knowledge, exchange of services and acquisition of economic benefits from the position of interaction between representatives of science/education, business and the state in order to promote the growth of innovative entrepreneurship. With successful deployment of joint initiatives, innovative territorial clusters develop the collaboration to such level where a unique network effect of innovative synergies (flow innovations) arises, which ensures the continuous growth of innovative entrepreneurship.

Cities of Strategic Importance. Dedicated to the Association of Closed Cities

#6. Territory Without Aims?
Cities of Strategic Importance. Dedicated to the Association of Closed Cities

This paper describes the concept of closed administrative-territorial formations (CATF) development. Solution of the problems described in the article the author sees in the system approach, including general organizational issues regarding CATF both in legal and economic aspects, as well as technological planning, viewed in the format of the innovation system. It is proposed to form a basis for the innovative economy construction in the format of the state strategic planning of the nuclear industry with active use of industrial sites throughout the whole CATF system.

Innovative Supply and Demand: the Market Mechanism Singularity

#9. Triupmh of chronophages

It seems that talk about creating some special innovation legislation is screening to do nothing, just wait: it’s well known that the procedure of legislation development and adoption is a long process, and innovations do not wait, we are so far behind anyway.