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Fostering public-private partnership for innovation in Russia.

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Economic development projects -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses., Public-private sector cooperation -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses., Science and industry -- Russia (Federation) -- Congre
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The engines of economic growth in Russia remain concentrated in industries dependent on exports of raw commodities. To achieve sustainable long-term growth, Russia needs to diversify its economic activities, and boosting innovation needs to be a central objective of the diversification. This book assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the Russian innovation system and formulates concrete policy recommendations with a focus on public-private partnerships.--Publisher"s description.

GenreCongresses.
ContributionsOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development., Russia (Federation). Ministerstvo obrazovanii︠a︡.
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LC ClassificationsHC340.12.Z9 E443 2005
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Pagination98 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL18300653M
ISBN 109264009655
ISBN 139789264009653
LC Control Number2008359086

Fostering Public-Private Partnership for Innovation in Russia This book presents the results of an OECD-Russia co-operation project carried out under the aegis of the OECD Committee for Scientific and Techno­logical Get this from a library.

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To achieve sustainable long-term growth, Russia needs to diversify its Fostering Public-Private Partnership for Innovation in Russia assesses strengths and weaknesses of the Russian innovation system, with a focus on industry-science relationships. Based on an assessment of current policy initiatives, it formulates concrete policy recommendations to improve such relationships, especially through public-private The Paperback of the Fostering Public-Private Partnership for Innovation in Russia by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Staff at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

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