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Approaches towards the regional innovation system management
Gamidullaeva Leila Ayvarovna

PhD in Economics

Docent, the department of Management and Economic Security, Penza State University

440039, Russia, Penzenskaya oblast', g. Penza, ul. Krasnaya, 40
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This research examines the various theoretical-methodological approaches towards the problem of innovation system management and the formation of innovation policy. Following the foreign experience of the majority of countries, besides the government regulation oriented towards support of innovations, the effective innovation system must also be attributed to the critical conditions of socioeconomic development of the state. Moreover, the establishment of innovation system in modern world becomes an essential need, which is proven by the scholars and politicians. Despite the successful implementation of the model of innovation systems by multiple foreign countries, for Russia it becomes more relevant as the time progresses. Methodology contains the systemic approach; logical, comparative, structural-functional, strategic, evolutionary analysis; dialectical methods of cognition for comprehensive and objective research. The author determines the essential features inherent to each of the approaches, as well as their disadvantages. A conclusion is made that the practice of government administration should combine various approaches towards realization of full potential of government administration and regulation for the establishment of innovation economy. The author emphasizes the need for correlation and coherence between the macroeconomic and innovation policies of the state. At the same time, the innovation policy should be formed with consideration of the patterns of long-term economic growth, global trends of innovation development of the economy, as well as existing competitive advantages of each country or particular region.

Keywords: advantages, innovations, approach, methodological approach, management, innovation system, disadvantages, complex approach, concept, integration of approaches



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