Knowledge Triangle Governance in Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy
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Switzerland: Springer, 2021
Switzerland: Springer, 2021
During the last decade, the concept of the Knowledge Triangle (KT) in the form of change processes that foster greater interaction between education, research and innovation activities has left the academic community and diffused to the higher education and research policy arena. As a result, numerous policy measures have been developed and implemented aiming at ...
Added: October 4, 2021
, , et al., The Journal of Technology Transfer 2020 Vol. 45 P. 806-819
This paper discusses the role of higher education institutions within the framework of the knowledge triangle between academic education, scientific research and innovation, as it has gained importance in recent years as a framework for innovation policies especially in the OECD and Europe. First, complementary concepts of universities’ outreach activities and extended role model such ...
Added: October 26, 2018
, , , , in: Innovation and the Entrepreneurial University. .: Springer, 2018.. Ch. 1. P. 3-14.
During the last decades the number of universities extending their initial education and teaching missions towards the triple helix and knowledge triangle paradigms, e.g. knowledge and technology transfer and innovation has increased substantially. In line with this evolution the term ‘entrepreneurial university’ became increasingly popular however until recently there is hardly a common understanding of ...
Added: June 13, 2018
, , , 2021 Vol. 41 No. 7-8 P. 489-511
Knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) significantly contribute to the economic growth and competitive advantage of emerging markets, including Silk Road countries. KIBS are not only intermediaries that transfer knowledge through the economy but are also innovators themselves. This paper aims to explore how major innovation drivers influence the implementation of innovation in KIBS. Using a sample ...
Added: January 30, 2019
Understanding cross border innovation activities: The linkages between innovation modes, product architecture and firm boundaries
, , et al., Journal of Business Research 2020 P. 1-8
The mirroring hypothesis highlights the correspondence of design characteristics across different architectural levels and in this paper, we consider how mirroring may impact the distribution of national and international innovation activities of firms. We identify incremental and modular innovations (as product architecture reinforcing innovations) along with architectural and radical innovations (as innovations that overturn the ...
Added: February 27, 2020
, , in: Building New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business. .: Glion-Montreux: EuroMed Press, 2012.. P. 117-123.
Today the increasing number of constant consumers is a strategic aim for any organization which is possible to be achieved only under condition of continuous perfection of organizational activity quality. If the service representation doesn't correspond to the consumers’ expectations they lose their interest to the service organization, if it does correspond or surpass their ...
Added: January 28, 2013
Entry into Export Markets as an Incentive to Innovate. Evidence from the Russian Manufacturing Industry Survey
, , , Entry into Export Markets as an Incentive to Innovate. Evidence from the Russian Manufacturing Industry Survey / Высшая школа экономики. Series EC "Economics". 2011. No. 11.
This paper examines how export and export destination stimulates innovation by Russian manufacturing firms. The discussion is guided by the theoretical models for heterogeneous firms engaged in international trade which predict that, because more productive firms generate higher profit gains, they are able to afford high entry costs, and trade liberalization encourages the use of ...
Added: August 29, 2012
, Экономическая наука современной России 2016 Т. 72 № 1 С. 28-38
Knowledge production function displays the relationship between firm innovative efforts and its results obtained in form of useful knowledge. Analysis of the function allows a better understanding of firm innovation activity for better management of corporate resources. The current paper presents an overview of significant studies on this topic. The paper briefly describes evolution of ...
Added: October 24, 2013
, , Journal of Physics: Conference Series 2021 No. 1784 Article 012006
The article is devoted to the study of innovative activity in healthcare and its impact on the welfare of Russia’s population, depending on the respondents’ region of residence. Inclusion of various components of the population’s well-being is based on the author’s algorithm for calculating the composite index which includes 21 indicators within 5 sub-indices. To ...
Added: June 30, 2021
Innovation Impact Analysis Model in the Education System (On the Example of Regional Innovative Projects)
, , , Revista ESPACIOS 2018 Vol. 39 No. 2 P. 1-22
The significance and relevance of the study are due to the fact, that in the context of innovatization of the education system, the issues of managing innovations and their effects remain unsettled: a consistent and generally accepted concept of innovative activity in education is missing; there’s no conventional thesaurus of innovative activity; innovation validity criteria, ...
Added: January 16, 2018
Инновационная система России в преддверии VI долгосрочного кондратьевского цикла: возможности и ограничения
, Национальные интересы: приоритеты и безопасность 2019 Т. 15 № 3 (372) С. 509-520
Subject Things change rapidly in all sectors of the economy, causing that advanced economies lag behind those economic entities which neglect innovative S&T ideas, their completion, slowly adapt to new circumstances, being reluctant to ensure a smooth, flexible and mutually beneficial interaction of economic agents. Currently, Russia demonstrates such trends and sluggish development. Objectives The research identifies issues ...
Added: August 22, 2021
, , Values and Attitudes towards Innovation among Canadian, Chinese and Russian Students / Высшая школа экономики. Series SOC "Sociology". 2012. No. 04/SOC/2012.
This study investigated relations of basic personal values to attitudes towards innovation among students in Russia, Canada, and Сhina. Participants completed a questionnaire that included the SVS measure of values (Schwartz, 1992) and a new measure of attitudes towards innovation (Lebedeva, Tatarko, 2009). There are significant cultural and gender-related differences in value priorities and innovative ...
Added: August 28, 2012
Принудительное лицензирование для инновационного развития: о необходимости балансировки режима интеллектуальных прав
, Закон 2017 № 5 С. 78-93
Using the US experience as a benchmark, the author showы how the compulsory licensing is extensively utilized as a tool for stimulating innovation, as well as an essential balancing element for the efficient intellectual property regime. The paper outlines the questions to be discussed at the session “Promoting competition and innovation through access to non-voluntary ...
Added: June 28, 2017
, , in: 17th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought. ESHET. .: Лондон: [б.и.], 2013.. P. 115-116.
The modern concept of modernizing Russia somehow reproduce the history of the theory of innovation. The theory of innovation in its development has gone through a least 3 stages. In the first phase (1910 - first half of the 40s) to the forefront issues of understanding the nature of innovation and their role in the ...
Added: November 20, 2013
, , et al., Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing 2013 Vol. 28 No. 3 P. 240-259
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to develop and test models explaining the unsatisfactory innovation activity of Russian firms and the main obstacles to innovation cluster development. Design/methodology/approach: Based on statistical analysis and the results of a pilot survey of 192 local businessmen, followed by imitation modeling analysis, the study tests hypotheses regarding the ...
Added: March 29, 2013
M.: -, 2013
The book contains articles considering various aspects of the analysis: macroeconomic, regional, sectoral, cross-cultural, etc. The current problems are analyzed: new ways of the development of space activities in the form of public-private partnerships, the opportunities for social responsibility programs in various sectors of the economy, as well as the sustainability of economic growth in ...
Added: November 17, 2013
, , , International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management 2017 Vol. 14 No. 4 P. 1-34
The concept of strategic foresight has come to dominate contemporary management discourse in recent times with a remarkable upsurge in the number of scholarly papers reporting a positive influence of strategic foresight on innovation. This causal link has served not only as a point of convergence for many empirical and conceptual studies, but also the ...
Added: September 27, 2016
, , , in: Innovation Policy Challenges for the 21st Century. .: L.: Routledge, 2012.. P. 244-267.
Added: December 15, 2012
The effect of technology on learning during the acquisition and development of competencies in technology-intensive small firms
, , International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research 2013 Vol. 19 No. 2 P. 165-186
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to consider whether the characteristics of a technology affect the type of learning mode used for acquiring abilities related to specific competencies. While technological competencies have a direct impact on firm performance for technology-intensive start-ups, few if any of these firms posses all the prerequisite competencies required for ...
Added: October 19, 2015
, , Economy of Region 2021 Vol. 17 No. 1 P. 223-234
Universities play a crucial role in local economies, providing educational services and participating in research and development. This is particularly important for Russia where regions are highly differentiated in terms of both socio-economic development and technological progress and innovations. However, many regional universities in Russia have traditionally focused primarily on teaching, with less emphasis on ...
Added: October 1, 2020
, , in: The Name of The Game, Stockholm, Sweden on 17-20 June 2018. .: Stockholm: [б.и.], 2018.. P. 1-13.
Since Russia started its transition from a closed communist state to an open market economy in the 1990s there have been major economical and political changes. The central idea of this paper is to look at what has been done for innovation in the country. Prior to the 1990s Russia outperformed the world in many ...
Added: December 24, 2018
, Лизинг. Технологии бизнеса 2013 № 8 С. 25-33
In this article the author dwells on the major categories of competition theory. Shows that the modern market economy - is a daunting, multi-level system, which includes a large number of different structures (industrial, institutional, commercial, financial, marketing, information, etc.), which are constantly interacting in the national and international regulatory and legal framework. Recently, the ...
Added: November 20, 2013
, Innovations as Public Goods Provision with Negative Externalities: Role of Parliamentarism / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series PS "Political Science". 2012. No. 06/PS/2012.
Technological innovations are inherently problematic (risky, uncertain, possess public goods properties (enhances free-riding since it is easy to steal), but once they succeed, they create negative externalities for incumbents in the form of economic resources redistribution. Economic resources are convertible into political power. Therefore, economic redistribution might eventually result in political power redistribution. Those who ...
Added: February 18, 2013
, Каз.: Изд-во Казанского инновационного ун-та им. В. Г. Тимирясова (ИЭУП), 2016
The boor develops a new approach to the study of social reality in its denamics based on the revealing of connections between social and anthropological phenomena. The fundament of the approach is synergic anthropology, in the frame work of which the apparatus for the description and analysis or the "colonization" of the interface of the ...
Added: September 20, 2017