Innovation Modes in Knowledge Intensive Business Services: Evidence from Russia
Singapore : Springer, 2022
This book is a collection of the leading scientific studies, which elaborate on the unique specifics of Central Asia and Russia and dwell on the potential and current contribution of digital higher education to the preservation of these specifics and adaptation of universities to them. In the four parts of this book, the authors determine ...
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, , , Journal of Business Cycle Research 2020 Vol. 16 No. 1 P. 59-74
This paper explores the information content of a business tendency survey on the service sector in Russia from 2012 to 2018. Two alternative survey-based indices were developed: a traditional confidence indicator as a simple arithmetic mean of the balance statistics of three respondents’ replies and a business climate indicator (BCI) as the first component of ...
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, , , International Journal of Business Innovation and Research 2022 Vol. 28 No. 1 P. 22-42
Companies might see imitation as easy strategy for growth. Many imitators, coming from emerging markets, suffer from lack of resources and original technologies. The authors suggested categorisation of imitations in two dimensions. First, imitators copy products, aesthetic, brands and business models of market leaders. Second, imitators copy innovations to different level from pure clones to creative imitations. This study aims ...
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, , Employee Relations 2020 Vol. 42 No. 1 P. 262-279
Purpose When a major Russian energy provider introduced a new technology that required organisational adjustment, the company’s management was surprised by the degree of internal resistance these changes provoked. The paper aims to discuss this issue. Design/methodology/approach The authors took reference to the work on readiness to change and studied how the future time perspective, which connects with ...
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The human resource dimension of science-based technology transfer: lessons from Russian RTOs and innovative enterprises
, The Journal of Technology Transfer 2018 Vol. 43 No. 2 P. 368-388
This study addresses ‘science-based’ technology transfer by research and technology organizations (RTO) whose mission is to combine intramural R&D and technology extension for industrial application. The paper is based on a unique database of Russian RTOs relating their science-based activity to technology transfer performance, on the one hand, and the contribution of R&D personnel sourced ...
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Dordrecht : Springer, 1999
This book uses a range of S&T and structural indicators to analyse the transfonnation process, in particular the transfonnation of science, technology and industry, in the fonner communist countries. The book originates from a sense of the tremendous need for quantitative indicators for assessing trends and perfonnance in the post-socialist economies. S&T systems in the ...
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, , et al., / Manchester Institute of Innovation Research. Series October 2014 "Manchester Institute of Innovation Research papers". 2014.
Available in SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2521012 This work was supported by the Economic and Social Research Council [grant number ES/J012785/1] as part of the project Emerging Technologies, Trajectories and Implications of Next Generation Innovation Systems Development in China and Russia. The project addresses research, management and policy issues related to advanced technological development in driving the growth of ...
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, , Journal of Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2012 Vol. IV No. 4 P. 1-19
The purpose of the paper is to acquire a better understanding of the impact that inter-firm relationships exert on the survivability of Russian firms in the uncertain conditions of crisis and on the firm’s ability to innovate. Based on survey data gained from Russian CEOs in 2010, the paper discusses developments in the Russian market ...
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Exploring innovation modes of Russian companies: what does the diversity of actors mean for policymaking?
, , , / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP BRP "Science, Technology and Innovation". 2012. No. 01.
Recent studies of innovation behavior characteristics focus on analysis of microdata (enterprise level) as the key instrument to reveal facts and hypotheses describing the innovation activities under diverse economic, political and infrastructural conditions. This paper applies the state-of-the-art innovation modes approach [OECD, 2008] to provide insights on the Russian innovation environment, highlighting the variation of ...
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, Journal of Strategic Studies 2021 Vol. 44 No. 6 P. 901-921
The chapter examines the driving forces and the institutions behind the Russian military buildup in the period between 2010 and 2020. The beginning of the rapid Russian military modernization in late 2000s was the result of the shifting threat assesments by the Russian political leadership and the painful lessons of the war with Georgia in ...
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, , , , in : Advances in the theory and practice of smart specialization. : L. : Elsevier, 2017. P. 225-248.
This chapter provides historical evidence of innovation-led structural changes at the sub-national level in high-middle income economies, with particular emphasis on economies characterised by a significant knowledge base and weak institutions. Although manifestly not the outcome of smart specialization policy, the examples of self-discovery, entrepreneurchip and experimentation discussed here describe real-life smart specialization processes. Lessons ...
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, International Review of Public Administration 2019 Vol. 24 No. 1 P. 36-59
Quality in service delivery requires government agencies to exhibit innovative activities. Surprisingly little research exists on the self-efficacy of municipal employees engaging in innovative activities. Using survey data from 1,700 Russian municipal employees this study finds that innovative self-efficacy of front- and mid-level employees results from high levels of proactivity, strong prosocial motivation, a strong ...
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, , Public Money & Management 2016 Vol. 36 No. 4 P. 297-302
There have been many analyses of innovation in Russia’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and most conclude that the way forward requires the SOEs to transform into innovation powerhouses. Hence, in 2011, the Russian government set up an ambitious initiative to push innovation in the largest SOEs, which will run until 2020. This initiative has now begun its second phase. ...
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, , et al., Technological Forecasting and Social Change 2017 No. 119 P. 194-204
Developing competitive national shipbuilding industries is a strategic priority for many countries. Shipbuilding has evolved into a high tech industry over the last few decades that is strongly driven by customer needs and wishes. Consequently economic development of the industry is now far more complex than previously. International competition in the shipbuilding industry is very ...
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, , Foresight 2013 Vol. 15 No. 1 P. 40-53
Purpose: This paper aims to analyse three individual foresight projects referring to the natural resources sector in Russia, their interconnection and influence on policy decision making. Design/methodology/approach: The three foresight studies used different methodologies depending on the project's goal. First the projects' interconnections are explained. Second, each of the studies is characterised from different viewpoints, ...
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, , , , in : BRICS Comprehensive Innovation Competitiveness Report 2020. : Scientific and technical documentation press, 2021. P. 155-191.
Science, technology and innovation (STI) serve as major drivers of socio-technological systems’ transformation, and are seen as key policy priorities by the Russian government. Russia preserved the S&T potential of the USSR, and even strengthened it in certain areas, such as the nuclear industry, aircraft construction, space, nanotechnology, material science, and information and communication technologies. ...
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, , in : Proceedings of International Forum on Knoweldge Asset Dynamics (IFKAD 2019) "Knowledge Ecosystems and Growth", 5-7 June, Matera, Italy. : [б.и.], 2019. P. 2349-2360.
This paper focuses on coproduction of knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) and the impact it causes on their innovation activity. Coproduction refers to the customer engagement in one or more stages of the services production process. Although coproduction and value co-creation are close concepts and very often are used interchangeably, significant differences between these concepts exist ...
Added: June 13, 2019
ITB infoservice. Berichterstattung zur Forschungs-, Technologie- und Innovationspolitik weltweit. Russland – Modernisierung durch Innovation und Forschung
, , et al., Бонн : Германское министерство науки и образования, 2012
Seit Mai 2011 läuft mit großem Erfolg das Deutsch-Russische Jahr der Bildung, Wissenschaft und Innovation. Eine Kampagne zur Werbung für den Innovationsstandort Deutschland in Russland schließt sich im Frühjahr an. Sie steht – wie das Wissenschaftsjahr – unter dem Motto „Russia and Germany –Partnership of Ideas“. Anlass genug, diese fünfte Schwerpunktausgabe des ...
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, , , В кн. : Сборник материалов III Международной научно-практической конференции «Инновационная экономика и менеджмент: методы и технология» 16-17 мая 2018 г. : М. : ООО «Грин Принт», 2020. С. 294-299.
In this paper we analyse the influence of innovation drivers and barriers on the introduction of various types of innovation by knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) companies. The analysis based on a survey of 449 Russian companies that was conducted in 2015. It was found that different types of innovation (technological, marketing, and organisational) are influenced by different drivers and ...
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, Foresight 2015 Vol. 17 No. 3 P. 233-239
Purpose - This paper aims to report the author’s observations and opinions during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) 2014. Discussions presented focus on recent technological developments and their impacts on society with three plausible future scenarios; the energy agenda with new technological advancements and future energy partnerships; and the dynamics of Russia’s future ...
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The Impact of Coproducing Services with Clients on Knowledge-Intensive Business Services' Innovativeness
, / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP BRP "Science, Technology and Innovation". 2019. No. 100.
Despite the growing interest to the field of coproduction from the service-dominant logic literature, this concept is still being emerging and most of the existing papers do not provide any empirical evidence. The aim of the study is to investigate whether those KIBS firms that involve their customers in coproduction of services are more innovative. ...
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, Российское предпринимательство 2014 № 1(247) С. 70-77
В данной статье рассматриваются ключевые теоретические подходы к оценке производительности в банковском секторе. Оценка производительности в банках, оперирующих на российском рынке, проведена с помощью двух наиболее часто используемых подходов, в частности расчета отношения чистой прибыли к численности персонала и отношения административных расходов к операционным доходам. Выборка исследования состоит из двух-сот банков. Данные исследования базируются на ...
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, , International Journal of Innovation Management 2016 Vol. 20 No. 2 P. 1-24
This paper studies sectoral differences in technology transfer of 170 Russian Research and Technology Organisations engaged into technology transfer to agriculture, mining and quarrying, high-tech, medium-high-tech, medium-low-tech and low-tech industries. RTOs in these five groups do not overlap by customers' economic activities and are representative for all Russian regions. Certain factors have in fact opposite ...
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, Russia Policy Review 2019 Vol. 3 No. 3 P. 40-46
This paper examines the prospects of the Mekong River resource development problem in the context of the implementation of the "Belt and Road Initiative". ...
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