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Use of the data of global monitoring for development of substantiated scientific-innovation policy: results of a pilot study
Popova Svetlana Mikhailovna

PhD in Politics

Leading Scientific Associate, Institute of Socio-Political Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences

119333, Russia, gorod federal'nogo znacheniya Moskva, g. Moscow, ul. Fotievoi, 6, of. 1

sv-2002-1@yandex.ru
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Yanik Andrey Aleksandrovich

PhD in Technical Science

leading researcher at Institute of Socio-Political Research under the Russian Academy of Sciences

119333, Russia, Moscow, Fotieva's str., 6, of. 1

cpi_2002_1@yahoo.co.uk
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Abstract.

 
This article provides the results of a pilot study of the specificities of science and innovations management systems in a number of European countries (Netherlands, Germany, and the United Kingdom), taking into account the data from global monitoring of the socioeconomic and scientific-innovation development. The goal of this research is to find approaches that would enable development of national scientific-innovative “ecosystems” in all their multi-dimensionality and complexity, and subsequently, discovery of interconnection between the factors and processes, which are managed within the framework of separate strategies with unique systems of monitoring and assessment of performance. Using the specific examples alongside relevant data from the various global monitoring (2007-2017), the authors demonstrate that the expansion of the context of study of the phenomena at hand contributes to determination of the factors, crucial for the development of evidence-based recommendations on improving the techniques and methods of government administration in the area of science and innovations.
 

Keywords: Entrepreneurship, Research and Development, Evidence-based Policy, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Innovation, Science Policy, Global Competitiveness Index, Global Innovation Index

DOI:

10.7256/2454-0730.2018.2.26382

Article was received:

23-05-2018


Review date:

25-05-2018


Publish date:

19-06-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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