Science cities of Russia and the United Kingdom: «cui bono»?

It submitted a comprehensive study to determine the characteristics of the current stage of development of science cities of the Russian Federation. Analysis is dedicated as the current subjects like Science City regional economy and national innovation system, and on the essential features of the standard laid down a special state — of the status itself. The comparison with the cities of UK science reveals the features of public policies implemented in the country, aimed at promoting innovation in the provincial areas. The above trends can be used to form a national regional innovation policy, including to get developed in the framework of the Strategy of the Russian Federation scientific and technological development by 2035

Keywords: city of science, science cities of the Russian Federation, the UK science cities, the legal status of state policy in the sphere of innovations


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