The compilation is dedicated to the jubilee of the prominent Russian historian V.S. Lelchuka. Authors of articles - students, friends, comrades in the course of life and work. The collection is intended not only to specialists, but also everyone who wants to understand the role of Stalin in the destinies of Soviet society and reflect on the phenomenon of Stalinism in the history of the twentieth century.
The paper describes the main problems in the area of collaboration of enterprises with universities and research and educational centers, the definition of the primary characteristics of an effective research and education center and the prospects for the development of such institutions.
The article shows the need for a fundamentally new mechanism for
managing the development of labor potential of the innovation economy. The author describes the innovative labor potential which is based on scientific and human resources, and reveals the innovative features of β-labor, and determines the specificity of creative abilities of the individual. The article emphasizes the importance of the institutional environment for the development of innovative labor potential. In particular the author concerns such an efficient organizational form as a scientific and educational center.
A retrospective analysis of the scientific-educational centers formed on the basis of the Program “Fundamental Research and Education” as well as analysis of scientific and educational centers supported by the Federal Target Program “Research and scientific-pedagogical cadres of Innovative Russia” for 2009–2013 were represented. Based on the South Korean model of integration of science, education and industry in the preparation of innovative personnel (in the Korean Polytechnic University) the author provides advice on effective use of foreign experience of training innovative personnel in the implementation of competency approach to education in scientific-educational centers.