Innovation-driven growth in the regions of the Russian federation and the activities of national research universities: analysis of relationship
The university funding programs focused on regional economic development and “smart specialization” goals are focused on “discovering entrepreneurial potential”, which employs the instrument of a structured dialogue among four key actors in the innovation process: public authorities, business structures, research organizations, and representatives of the civil society. The authors analyze the relationship between the results of the activities of national research universities (NRUs) in Russia and the dynamics of innovation-driven growth of the regions in which they are located, based on their methods. The purpose of the study is to search for new tools for interaction between universities and actors of regional innovation-driven growth.
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