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Статья

Science and Innovation ‘Under Martial Law’

Belarusian Yearbook. 2015. P. 151-159.
Переводчик: V. Hapeyeva, A. Kuznetsov, V. Kuznetsov, T. Tulus.
Научный редактор перевода: M. Nuijens.

In 2014, the government's attempts to reform the science sector came to naught. The funding of science from the national budget and extra-budgetary resources decreased considerably. Technological innovation costs passed from the national budget on to enterprises, wich are supposed to use their own funds and loans to cover the expenditure. The cut in funding of science has inevitebly resulted in a degradation of the key performance indicators of the innovation-driven growth, as well as the contiuous brain-drain. The number of 'innovation-active' industrial enterprises is increasing, wich particularly concerns the oil industry. Againstthe bachground of the economic slowdown, the government places its stake on a mobilization model of industrial development, wich is also close to resource exhaustion.