Monitoring Innovation Activities of Innovation Process Participants (2011: R&D Organisations)
35 Pages Posted: 22 Mar 2013 Last revised: 20 Jun 2013
Date Written: March 22, 2013
"Monitoring innovation activities of innovation process participants" is a project which has been carried out by the Higher School of Economics (HSE) for several years to promote monitoring and analysis of innovation issues in general, and on specific activities of its particular actors from a scientific research perspective. The project is aimed at accumulating empirical knowledge about the nature and types of interaction between various actors of the national innovation system. In 2009-2010 the study was targeted at manufacturing and service sector companies while the 2010-2011 study targeted at R&D organisations. The specific objective for 2011 was studying various aspects of applied research organisations’ involvement in the innovation process (application of R&D results in the economy). The study yielded the following results: a concept for monitoring R&D organisations’ innovation activities was proposed, including operational definition of such activities; survey programme and tools to monitor Russian R&D organisations were developed, including advanced methodological and procedural approaches as well as practical experience; results of R&D organisations’ innovation activities survey were analysed and compared with available statistical data; the collected data also allows to identify and systematise various factors and conditions affecting innovation activities of these organisations; eventually areas for updating the survey’s concept and tools were identified.
Keywords: R&D institutions, public research institutes, S&T results, knowledge transfer, technology transfer, innovation, research management, innovation management, microdata, Russia
JEL Classification: O31, O32, O33, O38
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