The article deals with the problems of shaping of models of innovative enterprises’ behavior depending on the stages of technological development through which the country passes. As directions of the state policy pursuing the purpose of achievement of innovative leadership, questions of formation of channels of knowledge transfer, mode of the entry into foreign markets, participation of the domestic enterprises in development of global value added chains are investigated. The problems of the country’s transition from the investment stage of technological development to the stage based on innovation are also considered
Keywords: knowledge transfer channels, modes of innovation behaviour, stages of development, value added chains
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