Advertisement

Overview of Science, Technology and Innovation Development in Russia

  • Leonid Gokhberg
  • Tatiana Kuznetsova
  • Anna Pikalova
  • Alexander SokolovEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path book series (RSCDCDP)

Abstract

The Russian Federation faces a variety of challenges in securing adequate investment in new knowledge and technologies and deriving socio-economic benefit from them. The global financial crisis of 2008 and the ensuing stagnation were exacerbating domestic weaknesses, such as the limited market competition and persistent barriers to entrepreneurship, which were hampering the growth of the Russian economy. Despite some reforms since, these challenges have intensified since mid-2014.

References

  1. Dekhtyaruk, Y., Karyshev, I., Korableva, M., Velikanova, N., Edelkina, A., Karasev, O., et al. (2014). Foresight in civil shipbuilding—2030. ForesightRussia, 8(2), 30–45.Google Scholar
  2. Gershman, M., & Kuznetsova, T. (2013). The ‘effective’ contract in science: the model’s parameters. ForesightRussia, 7(3), 26–36.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Gershman, M., & Kuznetsova, T. (2014). Performance-related pay in the Russian R&D sector. ForesightRussia, 8(3), 58–69.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. GII. (2016). The Global Innovation Index 2016: Winning with Global Innovation. Ithaca/Fontainebleau/Geneva: Cornell University/INSEAD/WIPO.Google Scholar
  5. Gokhberg, L. (Ed.). (2016). Russia 2030: science and technology foresight. Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow.Google Scholar
  6. Gokhberg, L., Kitova, G., Kuznetsova, T., & Zaichenko, S. (2011). Science policy: A global context and Russian practice. Moscow: Higher School of Economics.Google Scholar
  7. Gokhberg, L., & Kuznetsova, T. (2010). Russian Federation. In UNESCO science report 2010.Google Scholar
  8. Gokhberg, L., & Kuznetsova, T. (2011a). Strategy2020: A new framework for innovation policy. ForesightRussia, 5(4), 40–46.Google Scholar
  9. Gokhberg, L., & Kuznetsova, T. (2011b). S&T and innovation in Russia: Key challenges of the post-crisis period. Journal of East-West Business, 17(2–3), 73–89.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Gokhberg, L., & Kuznetsova, T. (2015). Russian Federation. The UNESCO science report: Towards 2030 (pp. 342–363). Paris: UNESCO.Google Scholar
  11. HSE. (2014a). Education in figures: 2014. Brief data book. Moscow: Higher School of Economics.Google Scholar
  12. HSE. (2014b). Science. Innovation. Information society: 2014. Brief data book. Moscow: Higher School of Economics.Google Scholar
  13. HSE. (2014c). Education in the Russian Federation: 2014. Data book. Moscow: Higher School of Economics.Google Scholar
  14. HSE. (2017a). Science indicators: 2017. Data book. Moscow: Higher School of Economics.Google Scholar
  15. HSE. (2017b). Indicators of innovation activities: 2017. Data book. Uses OECD data. Moscow: Higher School of Economics.Google Scholar
  16. Kuznetsova, T. (2013). Russia. In V. Scerri & H. M. M. Lastres (Eds.), BRICS national system of innovation. The role of the state. Routledge.Google Scholar
  17. Kuznetsova, T., Roud, V., & Zaichenko, S. (2014) Interaction between Russian enterprises and scientific organizations in the field of innovation. Foresight—Russia, 8(1), 2–17.Google Scholar
  18. Ministry of Finance. (2014). Execution of the federal budget and budget system of the Russian Federation. Moscow.Google Scholar
  19. OECD. (2011). Towards green growth. Paris.Google Scholar
  20. OECD. (2014). Main science and technology indicators (Vol. 2014, Issue 1). Paris.Google Scholar
  21. OECD. (2016). Main science and technology indicators (Vol. 2014, Issue 2). Paris.Google Scholar
  22. Putin, V. (2012). We need a new economy. Vedomosty. January 30, 2012.Google Scholar
  23. Rosstat—Russian Federal Statistical Service. (2015). Russian Statistical Yearbook: 2015. Moscow.Google Scholar
  24. Schiermeier, Q. (2015). Russian science minister explains radical restructure. Nature.Google Scholar
  25. Shashnov, S., & Grebenyuk, A. (2011). Science and technology priorities for modernization of Russian Economy. ForesightRussia, 5(2), 48–56.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  26. Sokolov, A. (2013). Foresight in Russia: Implications for policy making. In D. Meissner, L. Gokhberg & A. Sokolov (Eds.), Science, technology and innovation policy for the future: Potential and limits of foresight studies. Springer.Google Scholar
  27. Sokolov, A., & Chulok, A. (2016). Priorities for future innovation: Russian S&T Foresight 2030. Futures, 80, 17–32.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  28. Stone, R. (2014). Embattled president seeks new path for Russian academy. Science. http://news.sciencemag.org.

Copyright information

© Social Sciences Academic Press and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  • Leonid Gokhberg
    • 1
  • Tatiana Kuznetsova
    • 1
  • Anna Pikalova
    • 1
  • Alexander Sokolov
    • 1
    Email author
  1. 1.Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of KnowledgeNational Research University Higher School of EconomicsMoscowRussia

Personalised recommendations