International Technology Transfer Impact on Developing Countries: The Case of Russia and China
The main aim of the article is further development of the idea of the key role of international technology transfer in developing countries’ policy. This article argues that it is the transferring of knowledge that prompted technological development, which in turn is the basis of overall development.
Article gives a characteristics of workforce and examines principals and approaches to development of it s innovation in modern conditions.
In the article the main tendencies and problems of development of the Russian pharmaceutical industry and the pharmaceutical market are considered. It is shown that low competitiveness of pharmaceutical industry and a high share of an import in the domestic pharmaceutical market are in many respects caused by low innovative activity of the Russian pharmaceutical companies. The contents «Strategy of development of pharmaceutical industry of the Russian Federation for the period till 2020» in interrelation with a complex of system problems of the Russian pharmaceutical industry and prospects of realization of innovative option of its modernization is considered and analysed.
Prospects of modernization of Russian education on the basis of realization of the possibities given by an information society are discussed. Conditions of formation and development of the information-communication educational space are studied. The concept of the intellectual control system of innovative development of the Russian educational complex in the conditions of information society is stated/
The concept of an information-analytical Internet-portal of the Russian medical industrial complex as the basis of the intellectual control system of innovative development of the MIC is stated.