Nanotechnology Research and Innovation in Russia: A Bibliometric Analysis

61 Pages Posted: 10 Nov 2014 Last revised: 8 Dec 2018

See all articles by Maria Karaulova

Maria Karaulova

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

Oliver Shackleton

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

Abdullah Gok

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

Maxim Kotsemir

National Research University - Higher School of Economics

Philip Shapira

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research; Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Public Policy; University of Manchester - Alliance Manchester Business School

Date Written: October 27, 2014

Abstract

This working paper presents findings from analyses of Russian nanotechnology outputs in publications and patents focusing on developments over the period 1990 through to 2012. The investigation draws on bibliometric datasets of scientific journal publications and patents and on available secondary English-language and Russian sources.

The document provides both an overview and detailed analyses of nanotechnology research and innovation in Russia. The examination of publications highlights sectoral trends, leading authors and organizations, and acknowledgements to funding sources. The analysis of patents adds further evidence about patterns of invention and ownership of intellectual property emanating from research and development in Russian nanotechnology.

The analyses in this paper have been undertaken to provide an information base for further research on the current state and trajectory of nanotechnology in Russia and on the broader development of Russia’s innovation system. Comparisons with Chinese publication and patent outputs can be seen in a parallel report on Nanotechnology Research and Innovation in China (2014).

Note: This work was supported by the Economic and Social Research Council [grant number ES/J012785/1] as part of the project Emerging Technologies, Trajectories and Implications of Next Generation Innovation Systems Development in China and Russia.

Keywords: Nanotechnology, Nanotechnologies, Nanoscience, Nano, Rising Powers, Emerging Technologies, Russia, China, BRIC, Innovation systems, Bibliometric analysis, Bibliometrics, Scientometrics, Patent analysis, Patents, Publications, Web of Science, National innovation systems, Technological Development

JEL Classification: O14, O30, O31, O32, O33, O38

Suggested Citation

Karaulova, Maria and Shackleton, Oliver and Gok, Abdullah and Kotsemir, Maxim and Shapira, Philip, Nanotechnology Research and Innovation in Russia: A Bibliometric Analysis (October 27, 2014). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2521012 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2521012

Maria Karaulova (Contact Author)

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research ( email )

Booth Street West
Manchester, M15 6PB
United Kingdom

Oliver Shackleton

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research ( email )

Booth Street West
Manchester, M15 6PB
United Kingdom

Abdullah Gok

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research ( email )

Booth Street West
Manchester, M15 6PB
United Kingdom

Maxim Kotsemir

National Research University - Higher School of Economics ( email )

Myasnitskaya street, 20
Myasnitskaya street, 20
Moscow, RI Moscow 119017
Russia

HOME PAGE: http://www.hse.ru/en/org/persons/11252958

Philip Shapira

University of Manchester - Manchester Institute of Innovation Research ( email )

Booth Street West
Manchester, M15 6PB
United Kingdom

Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Public Policy ( email )

685 Cherry St.
Atlanta, GA 30332-0345
United States

University of Manchester - Alliance Manchester Business School ( email )

Booth Street West
Manchester, M15 6PB
United Kingdom

Register to save articles to
your library

Register

Paper statistics

Downloads
509
Abstract Views
2,530
rank
54,687
PlumX Metrics