Development of Russian innovation system management concept

Adhering to the directive that innovations should immanently be a part of economic mechanisms of all business entities and shall encounter no hindrance, a matter of principle here is the determination of key internal motives for production of innovations, the efficient management of which will provide dissemination thereof and self-development of the innovation system. We believe that the principal motive is added value, created by economic counteragents in the process of innovation activity. Therewith, the innovation development management should be embedded into the very managed system in such a manner, that the management mechanisms will agree with mechanisms and regularities of self-organization and selfadministration. Innovation process participants should actively collaborate and develop the experience of joint projects on creation and commercialization of innovations. Therefore, a special attention should be paid to the development and implementation of the corresponding strategy that will ensure establishment of attracting structures, which are to draw innovative paths of development and to determine principal areas of promotion of collaboration for innovation activity participants. The latter may be represented by institutions of the innovation field that possess the greatest potential in decreasing of transaction costs of the innovation activity and optimization of the volume and structure of added value, generated by economic counteragents

Keywords: innovation system; added value; innovation system development; management concepts; selforganization; management methods


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